Archive for October, 2010

Chase Jarvis film; shot with the New Nikon D7000

This Jarvis short film was shot entirely with the Nikon D7000 camera…amazing for a camera that sells at Nikon for $1,199.

Unquestionably this new Nikon D7000 is optimizing the level of professional photography.

 

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photo: sunset by john nunes

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Photo by john nunes

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by cj

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WORLD NEWS US…is looking for reporters and photographers

Become a World News US Association Member; Professional independent and amature photographers, photojournalists, journalists or writers can join. It could be an important step in your Photographer’s or Journalist’s career

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement

World News US and our WNUS Members Association are dedicated to the advancement of journalism, photography, its creation, practice, editing and distribution, in all news media and we strive to promote new talent and professionals by providing all with the opportunity, credentials and a place to share and display their work.

As our name implies we are looking for reporters from all walks’ of life and from all parts of the world. If you dream of being a journalist, reporter or photographer then here is your chance…go “Ask The world”, get the news and the pictures that tell the story.

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Hello…ask the world

Become a World News US Association Member; Professional independent and armature photographers, photojournalists, journalists or writers can join. It could be an important step in your Photographer’s or Journalist’s career.

Membership fees are $99 annually or S499 for lifetime.

Professional membership in the WNUS is open to all individuals who are working or aspiring towards working in the field of writing or visual journalism. This includes those who work or freelance in journalism, writing, photography, multimedia, audio, video, design, editing, producing, teaching, writing, reporting, or visual journalism on the Web. Members of the WNUS may work for an organization or institution, freelance or be self-employed.


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