Thursday, February 11, 2016

Call out for photos for Reimagining Journalism

In August this year Freerange Press is launching its next big book. This time we are gathering the best writers and thinkers in the country to look at the changing media landscape in New Zealand. Information about the writers and the structure of the book can be found here. To illuminate and give voice to the writing we want to include around 25 excellent photos. We want these photos to document the different aspects of how journalism is made, how it used to be, and how it is changing.

We want a collection of photos from a diverse range of photographers. This is a call to submit photos. We will pay a small fee for each photo (you need to own the rights or have permission to use the photo). We are thinking about shots of the big newsrooms where the stories are made, the giant printing presses that make the papers, the strange TV rooms and studios where broadcasting takes place, the media huddles around politicians, and the ways these are evolving. We are also open to any new ideas and proposals.

We are on a reasonably tight deadline, so please contact by the end of February if you have any photos, ideas or proposals.

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