Definition of photojournalism
photojournalistplay \ˌfō-tō-ˈjər-nə-list\ noun
photojournalisticplay \ˌfō-tō-ˌjər-nə-ˈli-stik\ adjective
Recent Examples of photojournalism from the Web
Jake Crandall, Matt Hanson, Vanessa Daves, Lauren Brown-Hulme and James Wooldridge — were part of an elite group of 11 University of Nebraska-Lincoln journalism students chosen for a nine-month, in-depth reporting and photojournalism project.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum next door is featuring American Visionary: John F. Kennedy's Life and Times, an exhibit that celebrates the golden age of photojournalism in America and the politician who became its icon.
John F. Kennedy's Life and Times, an exhibit that celebrates the golden age of photojournalism in America and the politician who became its icon.
Mr. Greene’s commitment to telling the unvarnished truth extended to his assessments of the ethical questions facing photojournalism.
The golden age of American photojournalism arose just about the time one of the most photogenic couples took residence at the White House.
A selection of the most engaging and important photojournalism from around the world for the week of May 1-5, 2017.
One of the Afghan soldiers killed was a photojournalist that Clayton had partnered with to train in photojournalism.
During his tenure with The Christian Science Monitor, Converse revolutionized the Monitor's approach to photojournalism, producing a number of now-iconic images and winning many awards and accolades from his peers.
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First Known Use of photojournalism
PHOTOJOURNALISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of photojournalism for English Language Learners
: the job or activity of using photographs to report news stories in magazines or newspapers
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