This Week’s Challenge: #PRTV_photojournalism

Just as a good writer adds the story the news gains a lot from a good photographer. As you’ve seen from other stories two photos of the same event can tell different stories so it’s up to you to decide. Hopefully with the holiday you all went out and tried to get some photojournalism shots as it was a perfect time to go shoot something different this week.

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A group shot works well, taking it from an above angle worked well for your caption

As we began to ascend the trail, the quiet sound of spring snow pattered through the trees slowly catching up to us. The temperature dropped ever so quickly below freezing, although our bodies remained warm from the strain of carrying our large packs. Minimal conversation and the sounds of lungs gasping for every last bit of Oxygen is all that can be heard amongst the quaint forest. . . . . . . . . . . . . #mountain #winter #cold #snow #snowboard #ski #snowboarding #skiing #white #outdoors #mountains #mountainlife #wilderness #prtv_photojournalism #hiking #backpacking #mountaineering #beauty #skimountaineering #powder #longexposure #blizzard #natgeo #landscape #landscapephotography #snowpocolypse #snowy #snowstorm

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Photojournalism takes a hard view on life and sometimes as a race we have to look at how we treat the poor and neglected parts of our society, even if they are from a zoo

Tigers pace around in their pens waiting to be fed as locals look on @cattyshackranch The image here seems a bit sad, seeing big cats like this in cages, but this place is not a zoo. The Catty Shack is a sanctuary. These animals are not bought, sold or traded. They’re often rescues, or taking in from zoos take a no longer care for them. Once they are here, they live out the rest of their lives as comfortable as possible. #nikonf100 #kodaktrix400 scanned on #epsonv600 #nikon #nikonusa #nikonphotography #kodakfilm #kodakphoto #kodak #trix400 #kodak_film #film #filmphoto #filmcamera #filmshooter #filmisalive #filmisnotdead #filmphotography #filmshooterscollective #igersjax #thatflcommunity #explorejacksonville #exploreflorida #explorejax #904jax #prtv #prtv_photojournalism

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Like I mentioned at the start it’s a good time for events and you caught a nice candid moment

#prtv_photojournalism #prtv

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As I pointed out with his photo from today’s feature photojournalism hits all parts, even if it’s a tragic accident

Pickup truck vs bike at 23rd & 5th speeding drivers suck

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Ending things off on a nice note sometimes photojournalism works well with street photography in a nice fluff piece for a caption

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 Rainy Day Reflections of Seattle's coolest public library - I almost said coolest building but the new Amazon spheres are crazy cool. I like living in the future - now if we could just ecotopia this place up all would be peachy!
 Upper Sunbeam Falls - Powered by melting snow(seen at the top of the frame) - Captured with GH5 and 12-35 f/2.8 lens 0.4 second exposure.
 @maudelou crosses the suspension bridge over the Ohanepecosh River on the Grove of the Patriarchs Trail - Mt Rainier National Park Captured with the GH5 and 12-35 f/2.8 lens

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