More than nine percent of 2014 World Press Photo finalists were disqualified for digital manipulation ruled outside the bounds of ethical photojournalism, the New York Times reports.
Some have quipped Helen Thomas is probably now landing an exclusive interview with God. I pray my former UPI colleague doesn’t run into any access problems.
A roundup of photography tips for shooting NASCAR and other motorsports from experienced professional sports photographers (including me).
Paolo Pellegrin’s ham-fisted vision of gun violence in America damages his credibility and calls into question his journalistic ethics.
It’s hard to believe the Kentucky photojournalism community lost AP photographer Ed Reinke one year ago today.
Publicity stunts cooked up by corporate PR firms don’t usually excite me, but who could pass up seeing a 7′ bucket of KFC fried chicken in Louisville? Not me.
Pork may be king in the world of Kentucky politics, but it takes a back seat to mutton on the first Saturday of each August in Fancy Farm, Ky.
Courting Tea Party support, Louisville businessman Phil Moffett announced his GOP candidacy for governor of Kentucky today in Lexington. I covered it.