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Photojournalism: Take Better Pictures Today!

We all know that good picture gives a news story more impact, and a picture is worth a thousand words. But consider these questions:

How does one think visually to come up with images to complement your words?
What kind of photos are editors looking for?
What are the elements of an effective news photo?

Join Randolph T Holhut here at Brooks Memorial Library on Wednesday, February 28th, at 7 pm for a FREE seminar that will cover the basics of news photography from the perspective of someone who takes pictures and selects them for the printed page. If you take photos for publication — or even want to take better photos for your own album — this workshop is for you!


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