So yes. That was me in the locker room bathroom shooting portraits of the New York Yankees players with my iPhone.He processed the photos with Instagram, and one ended up on the front of The New York Times Sunday: (more...)
The language we proposed ... raised [the] question about whether your photos can be part of an advertisement. We do not have plans for anything like this and because of that we’re going to remove the language that raised the question.(more...)
It seems time to just accept that Facebook … Read more
"...becomes a gross, crass way for people to shellack their poor taste and poorer judgment across the face of tragedy. The reality of a natural disaster is shocking and compelling enough without augmenting its color. A flooded supermarket or a demolished apartment don’t need boosted contrast. They stand on their own."(more...)
Instagram is becoming synonymous with smartphone photography, with over 50 million users and 5 million more joining every week. Those users have snapped more than 1 billion photos of pets, nature or food, and also some news.
In some … Read more
The mind can sometimes play tricks on you.
After returning from a trip to Europe several months ago, I viewed some of the photos I had taken and was disappointed by how they turned out. I resolved (no pun intended) … Read more
There are three challenges in using social media content for reporting, as Storyful’s Mark Little has written: finding it, verifying it, and figuring out the best way to publish it.
In breaking news situations, reporters often rely on text … Read more