Janelle Greene's Photojournalism Blog

PR Student at Wayne State University Exploring the World of Photojournalism

Shooting For The First Time: Learning The Camera Controls

Final Project: “Clean Sweep Detroit”   Anyone who really knows me knows that I have a serious love for community service. Keeping that passion in mind, I decided to capture a local service event for my final photojournalism project. This lead me to... Continue Reading →


Caption Writing: Not As Easy As You Think

Have you ever sat down to write out a description for a photo? It seems simple enough, right? You just describe what the photo is. Well, as a photojournalist I've learned that it takes a little more than that. When... Continue Reading →

Journalism and the First Amendment: What You Need To Know

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government... Continue Reading →

Learning The Ropes of Digital Photojournalism

If you have been keeping up with me at all then you know that I have begun my journey in the world of photo journalism. This week we picked up the camera for the first time and set out to catch the world through our lenses.

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