Author Archives: Jonathan Sanger

2012-02-01 Free t-shirts

I was walking to class today when I noticed a rather large group of people walking across the quarter mile. I thought I overheard a conversation that went something like this: “What’s going on?” “It’s a protest.” “What are they … Continue reading

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2011-10-02 Lots o’ sports

I’m taking a sports photo class with William Snyder, former DOP of The Dallas Morning News. I was hesitant to take the class, since I’ve never been that interested in sports. However, I figured that since my timing is crap … Continue reading

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Washington, DC PJ trip wrap

It’s a wrap. I’d have to say that the DC trip was more productive than the NYC trip last spring. I think one of the biggest reasons for that is the experience that I’ve had since the NYC trip. I’ve … Continue reading

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2011-09-23 Washington, DC Day 5

On Friday, we met with the last several groups on our trip. We talked with people from NPR, Reuters, and The Washington Post. NPR is certainly an interesting place to go to for photography. We met with Keith Jenkins, Supervising … Continue reading

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2011-09-22 Washington, DC Day 4

Thursday we went to the Newseum, where the Isaiah Thomas award in Publishing was awarded to the Pulitzer Prize winning RIT alumni. As part of the event, a panel was put on regarding citizen journalism. Professionals in the journalism community … Continue reading

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2011-09-21 Washington, DC Day 3

Wednesday started off at the land of the yellow border (National Geographic). Suffice it to say that we were all in awe. We met with Ken Geiger, an RIT graduate. Any project Geographic does takes a long time, with many … Continue reading

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2011-09-20 Washington, DC Day 2

The second day of the DC trip kept on trucking. We started off meeting with Andy Scott, Sports Editor at USA Today. We also met with several other great staffers there. Next we headed to Education Week to see Charlie … Continue reading

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