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Wedding Photojournalist Association 4th Quarter

Tisha holds her wedding rings in her hands covered in henna.

Tisha holds her wedding rings in her hands covered in henna.

A bridesmaid holds on to the wedding CD and cocktails.

A bridesmaid holds on to the wedding CD and cocktails.

Great natural light flows though a stain glass window as a bride passes by following the ceremony.

Great natural light flows though a stain glass window as a bride passes by following the ceremony.

The 4th quarter results have been released and I placed in three different categories in the Wedding Photojournalist Association Ring Details, Details (found) and Great Natural Light. WPJA

With more than 15,000 entries from all over the world, I am thrilled and honored to be rewarded.

Cheers, Kent

THE WEDDING PHOTOJOURNALIST:

According to Wikipedia, “Photojournalism (sometimes called photo-journalism) is a particular form of journalism (the collecting, editing, and presenting of news material for publication or broadcast) that creates images in order to tell a news story”. In recent years, this approach to wedding photography has lent itself to the practice of capturing matrimony by many top wedding photographers around the world. This artistic, documentary style may entail black and white or color photos, film or digital wedding photography. Wedding photojournalists work in a documentary manner, easily replacing the narrative itself.

As defined by Encarta, Photojournalism is “journalism using mainly photographs: a form of journalism in which photographs play a more important role than the accompanying text”. Wedding Photojournalism is characterized by its candid, creative and natural results spanning serious to humorous scenes. While traditional wedding photography dictates the setting, a wedding photojournalist documents the moment as it naturally happens.

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  • andy wood - April 29, 2009 - 9:05 PM

    Great images Kent. Saw them on the co-op site. An honer indeed.

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