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Protesters, police clash at May Day protests

Protesters, police clash at May Day protests

Cassin Stacy

May 26, 2015


Filed under Features, Multimedia

Not only do we love this set of photos from the Seattle May Day protest, we also love the comment that came along with their submission.    ...

Capturing emotion around the world

Capturing emotion around the world

Jack Densmore

May 13, 2015


Filed under Profiles, Showcase

Power on, check ISO, check shutter speed, check white balance, focus, shoot, capture the emotion of the battlefield, a soldier, or a wife crying over her husband who is sick with the deadly Ebola virus, or climbing a muddy hill to get the shot of the family of gorillas on top. Anything that can make...

Sports photographer captures joy and defeat

Sports photographer captures joy and defeat

Isabel Hanewicz, Robinson High School

January 23, 2015


Filed under Profiles, Sports

Jeff Tuttle is a big believer in doing what you love. And as a sports photographer for over 20 years, he’s spent his time pursuing his passion. He knows it’s never going to make him rich. There’s not a lot of money in sports photography, but for a guy who has been nominated for two Pulitzer...

Photojournalism exhibit captures range of human experiences

Photojournalism exhibit captures range of human experiences

Adam Rokah, Shalhevet HS, Los Angeles

January 27, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Some photos capture pure beauty, such as landscapes and water-filled caves, while others attempt to change the world by exposing the public to its flaws, thus swaying public opinion. At the Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City, both types are on display in the latest exhibit, titled “The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years.” Free of charge and just a sho...