Photojournalism Behind the Scenes

Here’s an interesting presentation by a photographer, dealing with the role of photographers in portraying the Middle East conflict and in the events themselves.

Photojournalism Behind the Scenes [ITA-ENG subs] from Ruben Salvadori on Vimeo.

Pallywood much?

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  • Jim from Iowa

    At least none of the photojournalists covering the conflict aren’t asking about their golf game. Of greatest interest to the journalists here seem to be in finding out how Obama did against Tiger Woods on the golf course.

    • Norman B.

      As David Brinkley once said, a journalist is someone who separates the wheat from the chaff – and prints the chaff.

  • cba

    I’m pretty sure I’ve seen this before, quite a while ago. Has he done any more work like this recently?

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