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The Art Of Communicating News By Photography.
We are a Photojournalism only group.
If you have an interest in photojournalism please feel free to join us.
Submission guidelines are as follows
Four submissions only per week (5 for contributors)
Photos must be news related and therefore should have
text explaining the situation in your artist's comments
Submissions that will be declined:
Modelling, wedding and glamour
Heavily manipulated including selective colour
Self portraits-pets-your car etc
Extensive or DA watermarks
Discreet signatures, however, are acceptable.
Group admin reserves the right to remove, without notice, photos that are accidentally accepted or found to be unsuitable.
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"I believe that the chief value of photography as a means of communication depends entirely on the ability of the camera to arrest life instantly. It thrills me to speculate how the invention of photography has contributed to the speeding up of human reflexes. The rapidly working camera has sharpened man’s capacity to observe and observe rapidly; it has taught many of us to use our minds to classify visual phenomena in an instant of time; to relate our own attitude to that of the person in front of the camera in a split second. This to my mind is the essence of photojournalism" - Jozef Gross
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After the Grenfell Tower FireFound this on the net
Save the UK Fire Service
17 June at 03:02 ·
Sent to us at STUKFS Powerful and emotional story from a firefighter who attended Grenfell Tower....
I'm not sure if this is something that I should vocalise or whether or not it should be shared with the world but as I sit at home thinking about the other night the Grenfell Tower I feel like people might want to know how the incident went from the point of view of a firefi