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Reading Material

In a bid to better get to grips with photography and videojournalism, I’ve added a few “multimedia” (for lack of a better word) blogs to my Google Reader. I’ll add them to my blogroll soon, when I actually create one. But in the meantime, the full (fairly institutional, and very brief) list is: The New […]


Some Housekeeping

A couple quick things that I’ve changed about the website: The RSS button on the top-right now links to my Feedburner feed, which makes it much easier to subscribe to this blog’s RSS feed. Posts should now automatically be published to my Twitter feed. I’m hoping it was as simple as described. And the things […]


‘Webclip’ Training at AFP Hong Kong

Yesterday morning, I was in AFP’s Hong Kong bureau (I spend much of my leave from Iraq in Hong Kong) to learn how to make ‘webclips’, which the agency has been promoting and training several of us for. A webclip is a video, around a minute in length and comprised of a few short scenes […]


AFP CEO pushes multimedia (WSJ)

The Wall Street Journal has just published an interview with AFP chief executive Emmanuel Hoog. The agency is on a real multimedia push (like the videoclip training I’m doing tomorrow), details of which he gives in his answers. (Hat tip to Kabir Chibber)


Early Struggles

I’ve been incredibly lazy for the past week or so when it comes to this little project, so I’m endeavouring to get back on track. Even through just a couple weeks of working on this website, I’ve begun to figure out a couple things about photography that seem to hold fairly firm, at least when […]


Why?

Why?

As a first post, I thought I would quickly summarise why I’m doing this. I’m a (relatively) young journalist working for “old media” — the organisation I work for is trying to adapt to the changing media landscape, and I’m attempting to do the same by learning how to take half-decent photographs, perhaps some video, […]