Shuttering an Era: The End of Photojournalism
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Since: Apr 08
#1 Jun 27, 2010
The reality is that how do we change and learn how to apperciate photography like a journalism. The problem is that technology forced print into slow death and people like me just will not show up $5.00 for a magazine like that they did in the old days.
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