American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Journalism in which a news story is presented primarily through photographs with supplementary written copy.
- n. journalism that presents a story primarily through the use of pictures
“The exhibit at 1500 Gallery shows photojournalism from the heady 1950s when the instant city of Brasilia rose up out of the South American desert draws distinct parallels between then and now.”
“Their exhibit of photojournalism from the heady 1950s when the instant city of Brasilia rose up out of the South American desert draws distinct parallels between then and now.”
“Battlespace is an online exhibition of photojournalism from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
“Do I think it's important to get a degree in photojournalism as an undergrad?”
“From what I've read and heard from other journalists, photojournalism is not one of the most sought-after careers, due to several unfavorable qualities - low income, constant traveling, little or no benefits, etc.”
“But, I knew I was more interested in photojournalism than advertising.”
“We met for coffee a couple of days later and that's kind of where my interest in photojournalism started.”
“I was impressed with the vision behind the clip ... you could tell someone with a trained eye in photojournalism was responsible for the work.”
“For me, I guess the ideal scenario, when weighing career paths between composing and photojournalism, is a combination of the two ...”
“He is working toward a bachelors degree in photojournalism from Syracuse University.”
Looking for tweets for photojournalism.