Tag Archives: Photojournalism

The C-Brace that created “Iron Will”

Earlier this month, I discussed the progress being made in prosthetics and yesterday our class briefly looked over a relevant multimedia feature in The Boston Globe. Not only is this feature journalistically impressive with its photography, writing, and graphics, but … Continue reading

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Food trucks and social media: threefold

This semester our class has learned a lot about how the world is increasingly relying on social media for a wide range of reasons. Therefore, I have decided to report on how food trucks around Boston not only function, but … Continue reading

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Indofest: Spreading Indonesian culture

Yesterday, I had the chance to attend the fourth annual New England Indonesian Festival in Copley Square, Boston. The first one was held back in the fall of 2013 and it was the first Indonesian cultural festival held in the … Continue reading

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Adam Glanzman: Things to look for while shooting

In preparation for our photo story assignment, our class got a chance to learn from¬†Adam Glanzman, a Northeastern staff photographer and a freelance¬†photojournalist. According to Glanzman there are four kinds of shots to look for while covering a photo story: … Continue reading

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I got a #TasteofDTX

I just got back from the inaugural Taste of Downtown Crossing, where I took my first shot at live tweeting. Taste of Downtown Crossing is a public event where restaurants in the area get to showcase their diverse cuisines, accompanied … Continue reading

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