Photojournalism? It’s about time for students to ask, ‘Is it worth it?’
When I was teaching, I would say ‘This is my dream. It’s been a long path, but it is worth it.’ If you think it is, then you can look at what others have done and say: ‘This is what I want to do.’
I don’t want to discourage young people from pursuing the goal of studying photography, it is in its infancy, but in doing so, it’s only natural to ask ‘Is it worth it?’
Photojournalism can get an ego boost. You get to say ‘I know what I want and did it.” But you’re only just starting out. If you go into the discipline and realise you don’t know what you want, you’re at a disadvantage.
The key is to focus on what matters.
The only true way to learn a craft is from a professional. You can’t go back to the library and ask and get a lesson from someone new.
For a photojournalist, the only way they can really be qualified is through training. For a student, training is the only way to really progress.
The White House has been criticized for not offering President Trump an apology for using a racially insensitive tweet about San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, which drew widespread condemnation.
Trump launched an attack on black athletes in September after accusing the National Football League of not being “tough enough” or giving enough of a game, despite Kaepernick having chosen to sit during the national anthem as a protest against police violence against black suspects.
Trump’s critics argued he was attacking black athletes with unfair and false accusations of domestic violence, and were quick to praise the NFL for offering to meet with them, despite the league’s own president calling Trump a “moron” and a “white supremacist” in the process.
“If the NFL doesn’t want players to disrespect our Great American Flag & Country by kneeling during our National Anthem, they should force players TO STAND!” Trump tweeted in September, later adding that a meeting with the NFL owners would “help change [the] culture.”
But in an interview on Sunday, Trump reiterated his attack, saying that NFL players should stay home if they choose to protest during the Anthem.
“They should respect our country. And if they don’t respect our country, they shouldn’t be playing,” Trump said. “Because, frankly, it
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