Photojournalism, in the age of Instagram
Ed Kashi | Nick Stern | Nina Berman
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Photojournalists use the visual language of images to tell a story. However, in this age of social media, some argue that easy access to images on Instagram, coupled with shrinking publishing budgets, are threatening the field of photojournalism.
BFM speaks to three photojournalists to hear their thoughts on whether Instagram enhances this prestigious profession, or whether it has cheapened it.
Annabelle Lee and Melanie Abraham contributed to this report.
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