An in-depth look at how to work as a photojournalist in today`s market. Topics include choices of cameras and lenses, using a video camera for multi-media, and how to work with editors in covering your assignment. Discussion also includes how to cover a news event, breaking news, and framing and composition for creating dynamic photos. Finally, how to use editing and transmitting software to meet worldwide deadlines.

Photojournalism: Working in Today's Changing World of News
Saturday, April 3, 9:00 am-4:00 pm
UH Manoa, Art Building Room 101
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Hugh Gentry is a freelance photojournalist and videographer working as a stringer for Reuters and the Associated Press as well as the major television networks. His client list also includes National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Travel Channel, and Land Rover. He started his career as a TV news cameraman and in 2003 transitioned into digital photography. By combining both skills, he can deliver multiple content formats to a diverse range of clients. He specializes in shooting underwater, surfing, and adventure sports.

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