Posts Tagged ‘Sochi’

PDNPulse: Top Stories of 2014

Posted by on Tuesday December 23, 2014 | Business, Copyright/Legal, Fine Art, Media, Photo Manipulation, Photojournalism, Social Media/Web

As another fascinating year in the world of professional photography comes to a close, we look back on the stories that drew the most interest from PDNPulse readers this year. From manipulated news photos, to photographers arrested for doing their jobs, to collaborative efforts between photographers and an interview with one of photography’s most influential... More

Does The NY Times’ Sochi Photo “Firehose” Do Photogs a Disservice?

Posted by on Wednesday February 12, 2014 | Media, Photojournalism

Today The New York Times launched a live stream of images from Sochi, which they’re dubbing a “Firehose.” It funnels images by Times photographers and from the paper’s wire service feeds, and evidently there will be roughly 14,000 images per day coming through the, ahem, hose. The images are running without captions. And while there... More

2014 Winter Olympics Op-Ed: Everything You’ve Read About Problems for Photographers at Sochi is True

Posted by on Wednesday February 5, 2014 | Photojournalism

(The following op-ed was written by photographer Jeff Cable who is in Sochi, Russia covering the 2014 Winter Olympics. The story originally appeared on Cable’s blog in a slightly different form. You can follow Cable’s experiences at the Winter Olympics on his Facebook page.) By Jeff Cable You know all those articles that talk about... More