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Chris Usher – How To Make (Not Take) Better Pictures

Unfortunately the photo-internship with National Geographic photographer Michael Yamashita did not work out as I had planned. I will not go in to the reasons why, but I will say that if you are ever unhappy in what you are doing ,and if you can afford to move onto something else, then pursue whatever makes […]

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Website, Broden, and Washington D.C.

A lot has happened since my last entry but in this post so I’ll attempt to sum things up quickly because I don’t have as much time to dive into detail, but here it goes: I created a website, finally! My journalism professor, Thorne Anderson, recommended the site Wix.com where you choose a template (most […]

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The Dallas Observer & My Return to D.C.

A week ago I received an e-mail from my UNT journalism professor, Thorne Anderson, with an opportunity to work for the Dallas Observer, a free alternative weekly newspaper distributed around Dallas, Texas. In the past I had declined opportunities like this because of my part-time job as Best Buy’s Digital Imaging Specialist in Flower Mound. It was […]

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A Trip to the U.S. Capitol | May 2010

The United States House of Representatives, 111th Congress, 2nd Session. (Photo/Stephen Masker) Getting There: My trip to Washington D.C. started at 11:30 a.m. EST Tuesday, May 18, when I landed at Reagan National Airport (DCA). Fortunately I have extended family living in D.C. and so I got to sleep on the couch, rather than pay […]

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A Trip to the U.S. Capitol | May 2010

The United States House of Representatives, 111th Congress, 2nd Session. (Photo/Stephen Masker) Getting There: My trip to Washington D.C. started at 11:30 a.m. EST Tuesday, May 18, when I landed at Reagan National Airport (DCA). Fortunately I have extended family living in D.C. and so I got to sleep on the couch, rather than pay […]

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Summer, Getty Images & the U.S. Capitol

Professional photojournalist and UNT alumnus Chip Somodevilla speaks about his work, invites students to join him at U.S. Capitol.

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