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Links 1 through 10 of 83 by Martin Stabe tagged photography

"The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Journalism and Mass Communications is starting a lab to educate students on what it sees as one of the new frontiers for newsgathering and reporting: drone journalism. The lab will look at the ethical, legal, and privacy concerns surrounding the collection of video and photographs from small, unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as provide hands-on experience: students will be building their own drone platforms to collect data in the field."

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Moving beyond the traditional audio slideshow: this NY Times interactive about the expansion of the Panama Canal combines audio with panoramic photography.

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"Here is a tour of everything you need to know about the action in the photo and the specs of the room -- from its gadgetry, to its cultural representations on TV and film, to its interior design -- from our in-house experts."

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"[The] editors on the Global Picture Desk found inconsistencies that immediately made us suspicious. There was odd pixilation and blurring and his face was darker in some areas than others. The biggest problem was that the picture looked familiar somehow. Quickly looking through dozens of our archive pictures we found that the bottom half of Osama Bin Laden’s face was identical to a picture of him speaking at a news conference in 1998. ... The fake picture was locked in our system so that it couldn’t be sent out but would be saved for future training exercises. Meanwhile, the fake picture quickly gained momentum in cyber space."

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"The obviously Photoshopped picture of a 'dead' Osama Bin Laden, which has been circulating since at least 2009, is printed large and proud ... on page two of today's New York Post. They were far from the only ones to take the bait.... "

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"An image circulating on the Internet and displayed on some television news programs abroad purports to show Osama bin Laden’s bloody corpse. No U.S. or Pakistani officials have confirmed its authenticity, and two U.S. officials have warned NBC News that the image is a hoax."

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"This high-definition, 1.15-gigapixel picture, is a composite of 189 images. The full picture measures 81,471 pixels by 14,154 pixels. The field of view covers 200 degrees. ... Photography by Henry Stuart / Spherical Images"

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Kevin Marsh: "The audio slideshow suffers from a default perception that it's neither one thing nor the other; something less than video while tainting the purity of audio. ... Put the two together - great audio documentary and great still images - and you have something that is potentially MORE than great storytelling."

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A big copyright dispute is brewing between a major news agency and a freelance photographer over Haiti earthquake pictures originally published on TwitPic.

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"[Jasper Schuringa]’s work with the news media outlets raised questions: Was he inappropriately profiting from a national-security incident? And should broadcast networks and newspapers be paying for photo rights from sources they interviewed? Given the changing tone in the coverage, Mr. Schuringa appeared to rethink his approach."

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