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    Default [news] The Future Of Photojournalism

    http://www.forbes.com/2005/09/30/pho...ournalism.html

    A channel for amateurs to be involved in photojournalism. Personally, I feel that this will bring down the quality - and hence the prestige - of photojournalism. A shame.

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    Default Re: [news] The Future Of Photojournalism

    Quote Originally Posted by tkkoh
    http://www.forbes.com/2005/09/30/pho...ournalism.html

    A channel for amateurs to be involved in photojournalism. Personally, I feel that this will bring down the quality - and hence the prestige - of photojournalism. A shame.
    But professioal photojournalists cannot be everywhere all the time, let alone to be positioned at the right place at the right moment.
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    Default Re: [news] The Future Of Photojournalism

    Quote Originally Posted by tkkoh
    http://www.forbes.com/2005/09/30/pho...ournalism.html

    A channel for amateurs to be involved in photojournalism. Personally, I feel that this will bring down the quality - and hence the prestige - of photojournalism. A shame.
    I'm not sure but den I do know that full-time photojournalists are not omnipotent.

    And one thing for sure, news can fly across borders even faster than the speed of light even before censorship hits them.
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