Chris Dunn


Using Intersect and an iPhone to show Recession Road

Two years ago, Washington Post reporter Theresa Vargas and photographer Michael S. Williamson hit the road. In a summer-long series of “Half a Tank: Along Recession Road” blog posts, the […]

Upcoming: Deadline for Pictures of the Year International

Like others in the industry, photojournalists love the opportunity to meet, compete, learn from each other and work together on projects. I will highlight these opportunities in brief posts as […]

Thirteen year-end news photo galleries of 2010

The end of 2010 is upon us, and what do news photographers have to show for it? Well, a lot. This past month, newspapers and news agencies have been publishing […]

2010 Election Roundup: Video updates from the newsroom, NYT's mobile results, fast results on Twitter, and WSJ flash-less map.

Politico, NYT provide regular video updates Cable and broadcast anchors weren’t the only ones giving on-camera commentary on the 2010 midterm elections on Tuesday night. You can add Politico and The New […]

Upcoming: College Photographer of the Year judging

by Chris Dunn Like others in the industry, photojournalists love the opportunity to meet, compete, learn from each other and work together on projects. I will highlight these opportunities in […]

Upcoming: The 2010 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar

by Chris Dunn Like others in the industry, photojournalists love the opportunity to meet, compete, learn from each other and work together on projects. I will highlight these opportunities in […]

3 reasons why you should keep a photoblog

by Chris Dunn Last week, we went over three reasons why you should keep your photojournalism portfolio updated, as well as a few tools to help you publish your portfolio. […]

Why – and how – you should update your photojournalism portfolio

by Chris Dunn Just over two years ago, Mark showed us 30 outstanding photoblogs and provided a few links to other sites offering advice for aspiring photo bloggers. A year […]