Tag: multimedia journalism

  • Community Visual Journalism Site (Re)Launched

    I initially started LaneCounty360 as a sideline project but it has languished off and on since it’s launch back in 2011.  I recently realized that the site is more than just a project for me.  It provides a purpose for creating unique images of people, places and things that are a part of the community.  […]

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  • Audio Slideshows: Part Two

    I respect and admire the work of Benjamin Chesterson, Co-Founder of duckrabbit and he’s someone I turn to for virtual mentorship on occasion. I posted previously about my revisiting the use of audio slideshows and came across this five year old posting from the duckrabbit blog entitled “In Praise Of The Audio Slideshow” and I […]

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  • Audio Slideshows: The Story is Everything

    Once again, I’m thinking outside the box – and asking why I should be doing what everyone else is doing for digital storytelling – ie; shooting nothing but video? There’s good video and bad video – and most of what I see today is along the lines of a comment I heard Photojournalist David Burnett […]

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  • What Inspires Me: Finding Balance by MediaStorm

    I’ve been revisiting those projects that inspired me to pursue my work as a multimedia journalist. Compelling storytelling has always attracted me and this piece ins no exception.

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  • Minimalism: The Audio Slideshow as a Storytelling Medium

    I want to get this out of the way first: Growing older is for the birds. Let me explain this inevitability: I’m now firmly in my 50’s and those two things I use to do what I do — my eyes —  aren’t what they use to be. Even with corrective lenses — shooting video has become painfully more difficult […]

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