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Political Protest Photography Tips: Part Five – Metadata and Submitting Images to Newswires

In this last segment I go over some of the basics for embedding metadata into your images, and submitting your images to newswire services.

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Photo by: Chris Vaughn @vaughnchicago There's @ChuckJines67 getting the shots.

Photo by: Chris Vaughn @vaughnchicago There's @ChuckJines67 getting the shots.

In the previous videos, we established the key shots that we needed to capture in order to tell a story, and got the camera equipment all set and ready to go. In this video, I go out and actually get the shots. This was the most disorganized march that I have ever covered, which made it extra challenging. The weather was also a challenge, as photographers were struggling to keep their lenses clean, including myself. I lost multiple shots due to there being crap on my lens.

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Hello Grit Street shooters! Welcome to part three of my Political Protest Photography Tips series. In this edition, I cover some of my workflow as far as getting my camera and flash settings in basic order, as well as feeling out the situation. Let's head on out into the streets!

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Objectivity in Journalism and the Rise of the New Media

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