Here is a story that raises all sorts of ethics issues. Young people who call themselves “urban explorers” going places they are not allowed to legally go, but discovering stunning photo opportunities along the way.
It is both a study in photo storytelling and ethics. Does they story, for example, point out strongly enough HOW dangerous this is, and does it encourage copycats?
Here is a story that is loaded with surprise moments. A story told, by the way, by ESPN.
“OWEN AND HAATCHI” (MURROWS)</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user10284457″>Megan
Anderson</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>
What if you put down a soapbox and asked people to stand there and say what is on their heart?
Baltimore Soap Box from Jed Gamber on Vimeo.
Here is a routine weather story that is NOT routine. They found a guy stuck in the snow, and listened as good people stopped to see if he is OK.
Good Snow-maritans from Jed Gamber on Vimeo.
Notice the story is about people, community, memories and not about candy:
Valentine's Eve at Rheb's from Jed Gamber on Vimeo.
Notice how the photojournalist tells the story with his lens.
Live Shot 5/1/15 from Jed Gamber on Vimeo.
Loaded with surprise after surprise, natural sound and never quits giving more to the viewer.
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