Reading the paper-paper.
I like sitting down, drinking a cup of coffee, and reading the real paper-paper (Production, March 2013). In Europe, we all do it. I would hate to see that go away. I have been a photojournalist and, yes, our industry is dying too, thanks to Google, Facebook, and other places where people put their images up for free so they can be taken and used for free. Thanks to the digital world, my job has gone down the tubes. Have you ever seen so many photojournalists offer workshops? Ha. It is a changing world. But, I must say the quality of images is not as good as it used to be. Thank you for publishing this article. I had the feeling that the printing industry was having pains as well. I just did not know how many people were involved. Believe me, if I could, I would start a print paper for you and use real photojournalists too.
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|Article Type:||Letter to the editor|
|Date:||May 1, 2013|
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