Photojournalism is not dead yet

 

A major new project by James Nachtwey.

James Nachtwey, one of the world’s greatest photojournalists and winner of the 2007 TEDPrize, received “one wish to change the world”

“I’m working on a story that the world needs to know about. I wish for you to help me break it in a way that provides spectacular proof of the power of news photography in the digital age.” …James Nachtwey

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous October 2, 2008 at 23:14 #

    Hey! …Thanks. And welcome to Newfoundland.
    I hope you are right. Technology is great and certainly the new delivery method. The problem is that it overshadows the ” art” or message.
    Check out http://www.nlpress.ca

  2. Anonymous October 2, 2008 at 21:02 #

    Hey Greg, I don't think it will ever die. Once we get over all this fascination with technology, we'll find out that a still image remains the only way to capture defining moments in history. Have been a fan of your blog and the CJP for a long time. Now that I have moved to Newfoundland, I thought I'd drop you a note. Cheers.