Photojournalism - A fist raised in protest from behind the bars at Toms Prison, Manhattan, on 28 September, 1972. Legendary photojournalist Jean-Pierre Laffont captured the changing times of New York City, covering everything from free love to the grim and gritty '70s.
Text: 'Ernest Cole: Journeys through photojournalism, social documentary photography and art' Dr Marcus Bunyan http://wp.me/pn2J2-4lA "I believe that Cole’s work moves between all three frames of reference (fields of existence) - photojournalism, social documentary photography and art - with feeling." Photo: Ernest Cole (1940 - 1990) 'Earnest boy squats on haunches and strains to follow lesson in heat of packed classroom' 1960-1966 from 'House of Bondage'
Whether you’re experimenting for fun or considering photojournalism as a career, these 7 photojournalism tips will break down what it takes to tell compelling real-life stories through photography, and get you ready for whatever comes your way.
Candy Cigarette This photo, titled Candy Cigarette, not just displays something, it tells a story. It is both emotional and beautiful. This is what the originality of black-and-white-photography is all about.