The Art and Language of Photography: A Photojournalism Glossary

From Poynter Online

By Kenneth Irby (More articles by this author)
Visual Journalism Group Leader/Diversity Director

The following vocabulary list is not intended to make you a world-class photographer. However, it will help you understand the lingo of photojournalism and aid you when communicating with photographers.

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