I've had this issue on my mind for a while now but haven't really found a way of expressing a cohesive post about it. I still haven't, as you'll find by the time you reach the bottom. Let me state from the outset: today, I am the problem guy, not the solution guy.
Earlier this week I published my slides from a talk I gave last week in San Francisco. One of the key things I discussed was the importance of carefully considering your editorial focus and I equated some of the ideas to the world of photojournalism.
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