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A photographic genre characterized by the intention to communicate information about a topical event and by the immediacy of its images. It has generated many ‘*iconic’ photographs. See ...

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A Dictionary of Journalism

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...photojournalism A term associated mostly with long-form journalism , often from a personal perspective, that combines text and photographs produced by a team working together or more typically by a single photojournalist . See also Ebony ; Life ; Picture Post . http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/p/photojournalism/ ...

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A Dictionary of Media and Communication (3 ed.)

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... A photographic genre characterized by the intention to communicate information about a topical event and by the immediacy of its images . It has generated many ‘iconic’ photographs . See also decisive moment . https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/world-press-photo-awards-2017_us_58a34c44e4b094a129ef8007?guccounter=1&guce_referrer_us=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvLnVrLw&guce_referrer_cs=llPIYWL7Cz09AWo87EXNhw Photojournalism ...

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Loup Langton

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies

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... The Roots of “Photojournalism” Clifton (“Cliff”) Edom, who served as the head of the University of Missouri photojournalism sequence from 1943 to 1972 and/or Frank Luther Mott, the dean of the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism, 1942–1951 , are most often credited with creating the term “photojournalism” ( Radniecki, 1995 ) as a means of raising the stature of news photography. The concept of photojournalism, however, began to develop long before the 1940s. Reportage was understood to be one of the most significant potentials—and goals—of...

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Amanda Hopkinson and Robin Lenman

The Oxford Companion to the Photograph

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2006
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...3726, 25 July 1914 Private Collection AH/RL Amanda Hopkinson / Robin Lenman Life Library of Photography: Photojournalism (1972). Evans, H., Pictures on a Page: Photo‐Journalism, Graphics and Picture Editing (1978). Fulton, M. (ed.), Eyes of Time: Photojournalism in America (1988). Fotografía Pública/Photography in Print 1919–1939 (2000). Amar, P.‐J., Le Photojournalisme (2000). Lebeck, R., and Dewitz, B. v., Kiosk: A History of Photojournalism (2001). The Daily Herald Archive The Daily Herald newspaper's photographic archive, housed at the...

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Pocket Oxford Italian Dictionary: English-Italian (4 ed.)

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2012
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New Oxford American Dictionary (3 ed.)

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2015
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Oxford Dictionary of English (3 ed.)

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2015
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The New Zealand Oxford Dictionary

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2005
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Australian Oxford Dictionary (2 ed.)

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2004
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The Canadian Oxford Dictionary (2 ed.)

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A photographic genre characterized by the intention to communicate information about a topical event and by the immediacy of its images. It has generated many ‘*iconic’ photographs. See also decisive ...
Roman Vishniac

Roman Vishniac  

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(1897–1990), Russian‐born American photographer.A biologist, photomicrographer, and art historian, Vishniac left Russia for Berlin in 1920, and pursued a career in photojournalism. From 1934 to 1939 ...
Illustrierter Beobachter

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1926–45),the Nazi Party's weekly magazine, launched in recognition of photojournalism's growing importance in German cultural and political life. From 1930 it became an important vehicle for the ...
Cornell Capa

Cornell Capa  

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(Kornell Friedman; 1918-2008), Hungarian‐born American photographerand advocate of concerned photojournalism. He founded The Fund for Concerned Photography and mounted its first exhibition in 1967. ...
Arthur Rothstein

Arthur Rothstein  

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(1915–85).Photographer. Known for Depression-era documentary work, he created an icon of Dust Bowl devastation, “Farmer and Sons Walking in Dust Storm, Cimarron County, Oklahoma” (1936), depicting a ...
Esther Bubley

Esther Bubley  

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(1921–98), American documentary photographergifted in putting her subjects at ease, noted for fine images of ordinary people, especially children. Beginning as a photofinisher and darkroom ...
Karl Bulla

Karl Bulla  

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(1855–1930),(1881–1943), and(1883–?), Russian photographersof German or Swiss extraction. Although biographical details are sparse, it seems that Karl, the father, opened a portrait studio in St ...
Letizia Battaglia

Letizia Battaglia  

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(b. 1935), Italian photojournalist,born and mainly brought up in Palermo, Sicily. Married at 16, she took up photojournalism after her divorce in 1971. In 1974, after a period in ...
Jessie Tarbox Beals

Jessie Tarbox Beals  

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(1870–1942), American photographerwho initially opened a summer studio in Williamsburg, Massachusetts, where she was a schoolteacher. Hired briefly as staff photographer for the Buffalo Inquirer and ...
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Black Star  

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American agency founded in 1936 by three refuges from the Berlin publishing industry, Kurt Safranski, Ernest Mayer, and Kurt Kornfeld. It established a close relationship with the newly founded Life ...

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