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‘People just need proof:’ How health-care media barriers and government obstruction shaped the story of the pandemic  
11 months ago

‘People just need proof:’ How health-care media barriers and government obstruction shaped the story of the pandemic  

Despite ‘hitting a bureaucratic wall,’ journalists explain the importance of challenging hospital media restrictions
Photographing beyond ‘needle-in-puddle’
2 years ago

Photographing beyond ‘needle-in-puddle’

With so many crises making news these days, we see a rise in harmful imagery. A journalist considers the result
Room Up Front launches to mentor aspiring BIPOC photojournalists
2 years ago

Room Up Front launches to mentor aspiring BIPOC photojournalists

‘We think a person with their own individual experiences and history and background will approach a story differently. More importantly, they will point and compose their frame differently’
How Instagram court ruling hurts photographers and content creators
2 years ago

How Instagram court ruling hurts photographers and content creators

Many are now setting their viewing mode to 'private’ to control where their work is being published
Understanding trauma behind the lens
5 years ago

Understanding trauma behind the lens

Conference hosted by Ryerson Review of Journalism revealed the harsh realities of being a photo or video journalist in environments of conflict.
New York Times Canadian photo archive a rich resource for journalism researchers
5 years ago

New York Times Canadian photo archive a rich resource for journalism researchers

By  •  Learn, Research
Collection of photos dating from about 1910 until 1990 includes images of major Canadian political events and conflicts
NFB Instagram project brings Indigenous stories to the mobile screen
6 years ago

NFB Instagram project brings Indigenous stories to the mobile screen

This story was funded by the J-Source Patreon campaign. By Tennessa Wild The Instagram profile “What Brings Us Here” is filled with real stories in real time. The collection of photographs on the profile are compiled by…
Photographer Lyle Owerko on 9/11, the day “no birds sang”
7 years ago

Photographer Lyle Owerko on 9/11, the day “no birds sang”

The photographer who captured one of the most famous images of the World Trade Towers explains how instinct carried him through the day.
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