Daily Archives: September 18, 2018

Ride Along: Photographing a Protest in Los Angeles

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My name is Jayrol San Jose, and I am a photojournalist based in Los Angeles. I’m a professional photographer, but being new to journalism, I’ve found that covering protests is a great place to start. I’ve covered around 25 protests this year in the Los Angeles area. This one, in ...

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Irish Justice Minister Proposes Ban on Photos of Police on Duty

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Ireland Minister for Justice & Equality Charlie Flanagan sparked controversy yesterday by saying he would support legislation that would ban photographing the Gardaí (Ireland’s police service) in the course of their duties. Flanagan made the comments while a guest on RTÉ Radio One with broadcast journalist Sean O’Rourke. After his ...

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iOS 12 is Out: Here’s What It Means for Your iPhone Photography

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Apple just released iOS 12, the latest mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPad. Bundled among the many new feature additions and upgrades are some significant photo and camera improvements. First off, iOS 12 brings performance boosts across iPhones as far back as iPhone 5S. You’ll find that things ...

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Photography Saved My Life

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I’m going to start from the beginning. I didn’t have a bad upbringing. My parents worked hard for our family and always provided for me and my sister. They taught us right from wrong, how to be kind, loving and caring. We weren’t rich, but we never ever went without. ...

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