This is the second part of a two-part entry. Part I covers tips for Journalists, while Part II covers tips for Photojournalists.
As a journalist, staying practiced up is something that’s a must. Whether you’re a student, a stringer or a full-time staffer, you’ve got stay on top of your game. I call it keeping your pencil sharp for journalists and your lenses warm for photojournalists. Here are a few tips for doing just that.
Tips for keeping your lenses warm:
- Shoot. Evaluate. Shoot better. Always evaluate your work. Look through the contact sheets and see what worked and what didnâ€™t. Then figure out what you need to do more of and what you need to avoid so you can do it better next time. Continue reading