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Is photojournalism dying?

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I read somewhere recently that photojournalism is not dying but the model of distribution has changed. What does this even mean? As someone who used to work as an editorial photographer in Scotland, I wanted to pen some thoughts on whether or not photojournalism is, in its rawest form, dying.

In 2012 I started working as an editorial photographer for Gordon Jack and his agency scotimage.com. Gordon gave me my first…

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Lauren MacNeish

Lauren MacNeish

Content designer and writer. Focused on accessibility and inclusive content. Senior Content Designer at Amazon. Views are mine. contentdesigner.medium.com/about

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