Photojournalism


posted on 3rd of june, 2013

You may have heard that we have had bad flooding in parts of Iowa this Spring. I am very fortunate, I only had a few puddles in my basement. Some neighbors have reported having several feet of water in their homes.

I am a bit of a photojournalist at heart-so I had to get out and about and document what was going on. I have photographed car accidents, fires, and now flooding. Here I will share some tips on photojournalist type shoots in crisis situations.

1) Safety first. Not just yours, but everyone else's too. This means be alert to what is going on around you. Know where the police are and where they might want to go next. Stay out of the way of first responders-their jobs are more important than ours. They may be trying to save a life and I don't want to cause them any delay....

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Posted by Cousy86 on June 08, 2013
Good blog,thanks!It's bad that you have a flood, but nothing you can do about it...
Also you could try to make assignment of may with this cool photo!))))
http://www.dreamstime.com/assignments.php
Posted by Chanevy on June 08, 2013
Thank you Babar
Posted by Babar760 on June 08, 2013
Incidentally Cynthia, there is a good article in Digital Preview about doing photography for free. Check it out. I will try to set up a hot link. If it doesn't work, just type it in the long way.
http://www.dpreview.com/news/2013/06/05/client-lines-work-for-free

Well, I guess you'll have to type it in the long way!
Babar760



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