Tag Archives: photojournalism

Conflict Photojournalist 'Zoriah' On The Changing World Of Photojournalism

Posted on 21. Dec, 2009 by .

0

Zoriah Miller, 35, is one of the top conflict photojournalists in the world.  He has been capturing controversial images in war zones all over the world for over 10 years. After taking photos of marines that had been killed in a June 26, 2008 suicide attack in Iraq, Zoriah, as he is known professionally, was […]

Continue Reading

Photojournalism then and now

Posted on 07. Nov, 2009 by .

0

Earlier this year, the AP published a controversial photo of fallen Marine Lance Corporal Joshua M. Bernard.  The photo, taken by Julie Jacobson, was taken just as Bernard suffered a deadly attack.  The photo raised a few issues, including right to privacy for the family, and whether it was ethical to publish the photo, just […]

Continue Reading