Paul's making a list and checking it twice for next year

Dear AAJA photojournalists,

AAJA photo conventioneers had a great convention in Boston. About 45 photojournalists attended the-four day event/party. Not bad for a convention with only 650 total attendees.

Next year’s convention in Los Angeles on August 4-7. Let me know if you have any more ideas for the LA convention. This is my wish list of panels and parties:

-Two-day hands-on workshop on multimedia (one day hands-on multimedia shooting & one day hands-on FCP) – August 4 and 5
-Multimedia & Photography ShootOut with theme: HollyWierd” – August 4 to 6
-AP photographers Nick Ut and Jae C. Hong. New and old guard AP photographers – August 6
-Freelancing – the next step after laid off/leaving your staff job – – August 6
-Sportsshooter – August 6
-Live Photography Auction – August 6
-Live student critiques with photo editors/photographers from LA Times, Orange County Register, Riverside Press Enterprise, Associated Press – August 7
-Dim sum lunch in Chinatown, Monterey Park or San Gabriel Valley (off site) – August 8
-Ramen in Little Tokyo (off site) – August 7
-Tour of Japanese American Museum in Little Tokyo with AFP’s Stan Honda as tour guide for his display of Japanese internment camps (off site) – August 7
-Korean BBQ (off site) – August 5
-Student Project – August 2-7
-Disneyland trip – August 2-4
-Author showcase – photographer/authors who have published a book in the past year – August 6
-Beach party – August 7

If you are already planning on coming to the LA convention and would like to get involved, please let me know.

Paul Sakuma
AAJA Photo
psakuma@aol.com
www.aajaphoto.org
Facebook Group: AAJAphoto
Twitter: @aajaphoto

Winners of the annual Dith Pran Photography and Multimedia ShootOut Competition


Photography Winners

List of winners in the Annual Dith Pran Photography and Multimedia ShootOut Competition. The theme of this year’s live photography competition was “The Freedom Trail”. All conventioneers were eligible to shoot between Wednesday through Friday during the convention. Over $2,000 in prizes were awarded.

The competition is in honor of New York Times photographer Dith Pran, who survived the Cambodian “Killing Fields”. The perpetual trophy and cash award will given out during the Gala Banquet on Saturday night.

Photography Winners:
First place: Kelvin Ma, freelancer, “Free Hug” wins a ThinkTankPhoto bag and $200 in cash from AAJA National Office and perpetual trophy and SanDisk. (value: $650)
Second place:, An Rong Xu, School of Visual Arts, “Sailor Portrait”, wins a ThinkTankPhoto camera bag and SanDisk card. (value: $450)
Third place: Diana Diroy, San Jose State University, “Cemetery”, wins Olympus audio recorder and Sandisk card. (value: $450)
Fourth place: Karen Zhou, freelance, “Military Dog Tags”, wins ThinkTankPhoto camera bag and SanDisk card. (value $200)
Fifth place: Sihang Chang, students, “Bookstore”, wins ThinkTankPhoto camera bag and Sandisk card. (value $200)
Sixth place: Hannah Lao, students, “Frog Pond”, wins Sandisk card. (value $50)

Multimedia Winners:
First place: Derek Sijder, San Jose State University, “Boston Globe Pressman”, wins Thinktankphoto camera carrying cases and SanDisk card. (value $400)
Second place: Derek Liu, UCLA, “Midnight Bakery”, wins a ThinkTankPhoto camera bag, wins Sandisk card. (value: $300)
Third place: Greg Yamamoto, Honolulu Advertiser, “Bar Owner”, ThinkTankphoto camera bag and SanDisk card (value $250)


First place: Derek Sijder

Second place: Derek Liu, UCLA

Fourth Place: Jessica Lum: jessicalum.com/shootou…

Photo judges:
Matt Lee, Boston Globe
Dai Sugano, San Jose Mercury News
Chris Prevolos, Stamford Advocate
Bernardette Tuazon, Associated Press
Marilynn Yee, New York Times

More info:
Contest coordinator Matt Lee, Boston Globe
Paul Sakuma, Associated Press
psakuma@aol.com
www.aajaphoto.org
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Twitter: @aajaphoto

Corky Lee wins national AAJA award

Corky Lee, a prolific photojournalist based in New York City is the recipient of Asian American Journalist Association (AAJA)’s Dr. Suzanne Ahn Award for Civil Rights and Social Justice for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. The award is named in honor of the late Dr. Ahn, a Korean American who was raised in Arkansas and Texas who devoted her life to promoting civil rights and social justice for all Americans, especially women and Asian Americans.

For over 35 years, Corky Lee has used his camera to ensure that the faces of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and their experiences be included in American history. Not only has he documented the civil rights struggle, he has claimed many of these stories and retold them through a very special lens. He has said, “I’d like to think that every time I take my camera out, it’s like drawing a sword to slay indifference, injustice and discrimination, trying to get rid of stereotypes.” At once intensely personal and socially conscious, he has a style of photojournalism that crosses the divides of different Asian American and Pacific Islander nationalities. From day-in-the-life to rarely seen photographs of civil rights struggles, he is imbedded with an unyielding passion for community activism.

AAJA will present the awards at the Seaport World Trade Center, Commonwealth Complex on Saturday, August 15 during its Gala Scholarship and Awards Banquet, at the AAJA National Convention in Boston.

Live student critiques Friday (Aug 14)

If there are any professionals who want to sit in and help critique, please come and help. We start at 10:15am on Friday in Photo Room.

Professional photo critiquers are now:
Kim Chapin, Boston Globe
Kii Sato, AP Chicago (moderator)
Dai Sugano, San Jose Mercury News
Greg Yamamoto, Honolulu Advertiser
one or two more photo editors/photographers since we lost a speaker.

Students:
Diana Diroy, San Jose State
Truth Leem, University of Missour
Jessica Lum, UCLA
Daniel Sato, San Jose State
Derek Sijder, San Jose State
might be one more photo student?

Depending on what assignments the Student Newspaper Projects photographers have, we will then go in alphabetical order. I’m guessing 20-30 minutes each student.

The next panel after the student session is 1:45pm, so go as long as you want, so I’ll order lunch for all speakers.

This is not a bashing session, but a constructive session to help students find jobs and internships and help them build a better portfolio to make the next step.

Paul Sakuma
www.aajaphoto.org
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twitter: @aajaphoto

Updated Boston convention photo schedule

Here is the updated schedule for the photography portion of the AAJA convention in Boston. All photography meetings in Waterfront II room, except where noted. www.aajaphoto.org/

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MONDAY AUGUST 10 thru SATURDAY, AUGUST 15:

Student Project, Bernadette Tuazon, Associated Press New York photo editor, btuazon@ap.org
www.aaja.org/programs/…
Student photographer, Daniel Sato, San Jose State University student, sato.photo@gmail.com
Student photographer, Derek Sijder, San Jose State University student, derek.sijder@gmail.com

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12:

1pm to 4pm: Photography and Multimedia ShootOut Meeting – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
www.aaja.org/programs/…
Susan Choi, Boston freelance photographer, susanchoi@datasign.com, choi_susan@hotmail.com
Matt Lee, Boston Globe photographer (moderator), mjlee@globe.com
Vino Wong, Atlanta Constitution Journal photographer, vwong@ajc.com

Multimedia/Photography ShootOut Rules: “The Freedom Trail”:
Any AAJA conventioneers can enter their pictures and/or multimedia piece with the theme “The Freedom Trail” during a live contest that best illustrate the theme shot anywhere in the Boston area that can be shot from Wednesday through Friday.
Those interested in competing for the Annual Dith Pran Photography and Multimedia ShootOut should come to the meeting. Coordinators will help with assignments and helping out entrants with images to be turned in by Friday’s deadline. (Note: Meeting not mandatory to enter)

Deadline: Friday, August 14

Photography Rules:
Turn in maximum of five (5) photos any size. Place caption information in “File Info” in Photoshop. Your name must be in the “File Info”. Save .jpg with your entrant’s last name only. Be sure to include your name, email address and cell phone number/room number on how we can get a hold of you during the convention. Turn in entries in photo room on any media (ie. CD, CF, SD)

Multimedia Rules:
Turn in only one multimedia piece. This category highlights the use of photographic storytelling, audio, video, and animation in the presentation of web-based stories of any length. Judges will pay special attention to the use of available technology to complement and enhance the art of visual storytelling. Content, usability, and interactivity will also be evaluated to judged. Be sure to include your name, email address and cellphone number/room number on how we can get a hold of you during the convention. Turn in entries in photo room on any media (ie. CD, CF, SD)

Prizes: The perpetual trophy with the Dith Pran Award will be presented at the Gala Banquet on Saturday night. $200 in cash awards. Over $1,000 in other photography prizes.
Equipment: bring your own digital camera. Laptops will be not be available.

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1pm to 4pm – Silent Photo Auction planning meeting – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
Corky Lee, New York freelance (moderator) kzhou181@gmail.com, corky@expedi.com

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1pm to 4pm – One-On-One Photo Critiques – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
Photo students bring in your work and meet one-on-one with photographers and photo editors during convention.
Bring portfolio of at least 20 photos/multimedia project/resume.
Kii Sato, Associated Press Ohio photo editor, ksato@ap.org
Vino Wong, Atlanta Constitution Journal, vwong@ajc.com
Greg Yamamoto, Honolulu Advertiser photographer, gyamamoto@gmail.com

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5pm – 7pm
Students mixer with Pros. A pre-convention session dedicated to all journalism students, featuring career tips and mentoring from professionals.
Seaport World Trade Center

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7pm – 9pm
Opening reception
Plaza Ballroom

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 13:

ALL DAY – One-On-One Photo Critiques – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
Photo students bring in your work and meet one-on-one with photographers and photo editors during convention.
Bring portfolio of at least 20 photos/multimedia project/resume.
Kii Sato, Associated Press Ohio photo editor, ksato@ap.org
Vino Wong, Atlanta Constitution Journal, vwong@ajc.com
Greg Yamamoto, Honolulu Advertiser photographer, gyamamoto@gmail.com

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ALL DAY:
MULTIMEDIA FOR THE VISUAL JOURNALIST – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
Four award-winning multimedia visual journalists will teach this workshop. Please bring your laptop. Having either Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express, Soundslides, Audacity and Canon 5D Mark II is a plus. Internet will be available in room. This is different than the OnLine or Multimedia group sessions. There will be 10 Olympus digital audio recorders available.

RSVP: None. Plenty of room in a classroom setting for 120 attendees

SPEAKERS:
Dai Sugano, (moderator) San Jose Mercury News senior photographer, daisugano@gmail.com
Sachi Cunningham, Los Angeles Times multimedia photographer, Sachi.Cunningham@latim…
Ben De La Cruz, Washington Post multimedia, bendelacruz@mac.com, bendelacruz@me.com
Andrew DeVigal, New York Times multimedia, andrew.devigal@gmail.c…

SCHEDULE:

10:15am – 11:45am – 90 min
SELF-PROMOTION
Now that you have your stories and content and ready to show it to the world, how do you do that on the cheap. This session will expose you to the best web tools out there to get you started. Do you use a blog tool? How to best embed video and slide shows? How do you get a Web site and promote it?
Getting the best of audio for your piece.

11:45am – 1:45pm – 120 minutes (DURING LUNCH)
ONE-ON-ONE SESSIONS ON MULTIMEDIA FOR VISUAL JOURNALISTS
This will be a one-on-one session with the four speakers to help attendees with more personal help on multimedia projects.

1:45pm – 2:30pm
SHOOTING VIDEO AND FINAL CUT PRO EDITING (BEGINNER-INTERMEDIATE)
Beginner storyboard/sequencing/shooting tip presentation
Short example videos
Interview techniques
Final Cut Pro and Final Cut Express editing
Initial set up before editing
Understanding interface
Basic editing
How to use Keyframe
Editing sound
A-Roll and B-Roll

3:30pm – 5pm – 90 minutes
FINAL CUT PRO EDITING (ADVANCED) and Canon 5D MK II
5D mark II Workflow
Variety of accessories for the 5D mark II
Using 5D on the field: Choice of lends and a new Beachtek audio adaptor
How to convert 5D files in order to edit in FCP
Watch example short doc films
Transcribing method for foreign language
Advanced editing techniques in FCP
How to use advance level audio, video (ex. Color limitter, Steady cam)
3rd party software for FCP (ex. Magic Bullet LOOKS)
Best exporting option for web
And many other functions of FCP
How to use COMPRESSOR
Intro to After Effect

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noon to 1:30pm:
Authors Showcase
Commonwealth Complex Room
Rick Rocamora, Documentary photographer
Rick Rocamora, “Filipino WW II Soldiers: America’s Second-Class Veterans” (San Francisco Veterans Equity Center with support from San Francisco Foundation, Zellerbach Family Fund, and Tancinco Law Offices). Rick Rocamora has documented the lives of the Filipino veterans, still clinging to hard-won medals, military commendations and scraps of uniforms as they make their way in San Francisco’s toughest neighborhoods. Rocamora’s deep connection to the veterans allows a rare view into their difficult but always dignified lives, and creates a poignant story of pain, persistence and hope. Rocamora’s images have been part of investigative stories on the abuse of veterans in North Richmond, California, Medicare scam in San Francisco that used them, exhibitions in the US Congress and other venues and countless presentations and photo essays about their plight. His images have been part of their struggle and have been credited in inspiring others to advocate for equity for the veterans. A portion of book proceeds goes towards the San Francisco Veterans Equity Center. 10″ x10″, 86pp, BW duotone illustrations; historical chronology.Rick Rocamora, Oakland documentary photographer, rbrocamora@gmail.com
www.aaja.org/resources…

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6:30pm:
Photography Dinner off site
Time in hotel lobby: 6:30 pm. Dinner: 7pm
Meet in lobby of hotel at 6:30pm. Share taxi to restaurant. 1.4 miles from hotel. 8 minutes by taxi.
Dinner about $20 (price includes students dinner). Includes soft drinks.
Photojournalism students: free
Pho Pasteur
Neighborhood: Chinatown
682 Washington St
(TELL TAXI DRIVER THERE ARE TWO PLACES WITH SAME ADDRESS IN BOSTON. NEED THE ONE IN CHINATOWN)
(between Beach St & Kneeland St near LaGrange St.)
Boston, MA 02111
(617) 482-7467
www.phopasteurboston.n…
RSVP to James Yee: fotoguyf16@mac.com
Make check payable to: Paul Sakuma
cash preferred
maps.google.com/maps?h…

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FRIDAY AUGUST 14:

10:15am – 11:45am – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
Four photography students will have their photo/multimedia portfolio critiqued by a panel of photo editors and photographers (more photo editors TBA).
Photo critiquers:
Kii Sato, Associated Press Ohio photo editor (moderator), ksato@ap.org
Bill Sikes, Associated Press Boston photo editor, bsikes@ap.org
Dai Sugano, San Jose Mercury News photographer, dsugano@mercurynews.co…
Greg Yamamoto, Honolulu Advertiser photographer, gyamamoto@gmail.com
Photo students:
Student photographer, Diana Diroy, San Jose State University graduate & The New School (NYC) student, diana.diroy@gmail.com
Student photographer, Truth Leen, University of Missouri, truthleem@gmail.com
Student photogrpaher, Jessica Lum, UCLA student, jesslum@gmail.com
Student photographer, Daniel Sato, San Jose State University graduate, sato.photo@gmail.com
Student photographer, Derek Sijder, San Jose State University student, derek.sijder@gmail.com

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1:45pm – 2:30pm – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
International Photography
Marilynn K. Yee, New York Times photographer (moderator) mkyee6105@yahoo.com
Chang Lee, New York Times photographer, changlee@nytimes.com
Rick Rocamora, Oakland documentary photographer, rbrocamora@gmail.com
Chang Lee, New York Times staff photographer. Lee will show his work from Beijing at the Olympics. He has also traveled to China working on environmental issues. Tsunami in Sri Lanka. Earthquake in Indonesia. Wars in both Afghanistan and Iraq.
Rick Rocamora, documentary photographer from Oakland. Rocamora has photographed heavily in his native Philippines. He also has documented El Salvador and South Africa. He was working on projects about immigrants and civil liberties including Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during WWII, Muslim-American after 9-11, and Filipino Diaspora. He has finished a book on Filipino veterans, “Second-Class Veterans”.

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3pm – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
Photoshootout deadline www.aaja.org/programs/…
Matt Lee, Boston Globe, (moderator) mjlee@globe.com
Susan Choi, freelance susanchoi@datasign.com, choi_susan@hotmail.com
Kii Sato, Associated Press photo editor, ksato@ap.org
Greg Yamamoto, Honolulu Advertiser photographer, gyamamoto@gmail.com

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3:30pm – 5pm – Waterfront II (Photo Room)
Campaign ‘08
The 2008 presidential campaign was the longest and most ground-breaking in history. See the campaign through the eyes of photographers who traveled with the candidates on planes and buses, from coast-to-coast, for weeks and months up to election day. See and hear the inside stories on the candidates and the media pack that followed them.
Stan Honda (moderator), Agence France-Presse- New York stanhonda@netzero.net, stan.honda@afp.com
Kim Chapin, Boston Globe photo editor kimchapin@aol.com
Charles Dharapak, Associated Press, Washington cdharapak@ap.org, apdharapak@yahoo.com
Brian Snyder, Reuters, Boston, brian@briansnyder.com

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5:30pm – 8pm
Silent Photo Auction, (organizer) Commonwealth Complex
Corky Lee, freelance New York, kzhou181@gmail.com, corky@expedi.com
www.aaja.org/programs/…

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ALL DAY:
Waterfront II (Photo Room)
One-On-One Photo Critiques – photo students bring in your work and meet one-on-one with photographers and photo editors during convention.
Bring portfolio of at least 20 photos/multimedia project/resume.
Kii Sato, Associated Press Ohio photo editor, ksato@ap.org
Vino Wong, Atlanta Constitution Journal, vwong@ajc.com
Greg Yamamoto, Honolulu Advertiser photographer, gyamamoto@gmail.com

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 15:

ALL DAY:
One-On-One Photo Critiques – Off Site
Photo students bring in your work and meet one-on-one with photographers and photo editors during convention.
Bring portfolio of at least 20 photos/multimedia project/resume.
Kii Sato, Associated Press Ohio photo editor, ksato@ap.org
Vino Wong, Atlanta Constitution Journal, vwong@ajc.com
Greg Yamamoto, Honolulu Advertiser photographer, gyamamoto@gmail.com

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10:30am:
Photo lunch off site:
Time in hotel lobby: 10:30am. Dim Sun 11am
Meet in lobby of hotel at 10:30am. Share taxi to restaurant.
1.4 miles from hotel. 8 minutes by taxi.
Chau Chow City
Dim Sum restaurant
Neighborhood: Chinatown
83 Essex St
Boston, MA 02111-2126
(617) 338-8158
$25 (price includes students lunch and soft drinks)
Photojournalism Students: free
RSVP to James Yee: fotoguyf16@mac.com
Make check payable to: Paul Sakuma
cash preferred
maps.google.com/maps?h…

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3pm:
80 minute land photography tour of Boston
$35 per person – any age. Price includes student fee.
Photojournalism students: free
RSVP to James Yee: fotoguyf16@mac.com
RSVP deadline: Monday, August 10
RSVP to James: 617-640-1873
Make check payable to: Paul Sakuma
cash preferred

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7pm – 9pm
Gala Awards ceremony:

Corky Lee, AAJA’s Dr. Suzanne Ahn Award for Civil Rights and Social Justice for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
www.aaja.org/features/…

AAJA NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD -UNLIMITED SUBJECT MATTER
Chiaki Kawajiri, photojournalist, The Baltimore Sun, “Final Stage”
www.baltimoresun.com/h…

AAJA NATIOANL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD – ASIAN AMERICAN PACIFIC ISLANDERS ISSUES
Vino Wong, photojournalist, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Amazing Feet”
projects.ajc.com/galle…

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9pm – midnight
Karaoke

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 16:

11am
Photo Lunch Off Site
Off site at Chinatown Moon Festival & North End Italian Festival
More Info TBA

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More info,
Paul Sakuma
AAJA Photo
psakuma@aol.com
www.aajaphoto.org
Facebook: aaja photo
Twitter: @aajaphoto
cell (650) 799-1742

10th annual Dith Pran photography & multimedia shootout competiton

Attendees can win prizes and cash worth over $1,500 by entering the 10th Annual Dith Pran Photography and Multimedia ShootOut Competition.

Any AAJA conventioneer can enter their pictures and/or multimedia piece with the theme “The Freedom Trail” during a live contest that best illustrates the theme shot anywhere in the Boston area that can be shot from Wednesday, August 12 through Friday, August 14.

PRIZES:
$200 in cash from AAJA National Office for the 10th Annual Dith Pran Photography and Multimedia ShootOut Award and perpetual trophy.
$350 Olympus audio LS-10 Linear PCM Field Recorder 2GB with SD Slot
$1,000 in ThinkTankPhoto.com camera bags
$125 in Sandisk cards
and more…

MEETING:
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12
1 TO 4 PM
WATERFRONT II
ShootOut meeting to discuss rules. Those interested in competing for the 10th Annual Dith Pran Photography and Multimedia ShootOut should come to the meeting. Coordinators will help with assignments and helping out entrants with images to be turned in by Friday’s deadline. (Note: you do not need to attend meeting to enter. This is just an informational meeting.)

DEADLINE:
3 PM Friday, August 14
WATERFRONT II
DEADLINE FOR PICTURES AND MULTIMEDIA

PHOTO RULES:
Turn in maximum of five (5) photos any size. Place caption information in “File Info” in Photoshop. Your name must be in the “File Info”. Save .jpg with your entrant’s last name only. Be sure to include your name, email address and cell phone number/room number on how we can get a hold of you during the convention. Turn in entries in photo room on any media (ie. CD, CF, SD, etc.). Volunteers will help anyone with their images before deadline in the photo room Waterfront II.

MULTIMEDIA RULES:
Turn in only one multimedia piece. This category highlights the use of photographic storytelling, audio, video, and animation in the presentation of web-based stories of any length. Judges will pay special attention to the use of available technology to complement and enhance the art of visual storytelling. Content, usability, and interactivity will also be evaluated to judged. Be sure to include your name, email address and cell phone number/room number on how we can get a hold of you during the convention. Turn in entries in photo room on any media (ie. CD, CF, SD, etc.)

AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT:
The perpetual trophy with the 10th Annual Dith Pran Memorial Award will be presented at the Gala Banquet on Saturday night.

EQUIPMENT:
Bring your own digital camera. Laptops will be not be available. Audio recorders and CF and SD cards loaners available.

More info,
Susan Choi, Boston freelance photographer, choi_susan@hotmail.com
Matt Lee, Boston Globe photographer, mjlee@globe.com
Vino Wong, Atlanta Constitution Journal photographer, vwong@ajc.com

Looking for Michael Jackson or Yao Ming photos for auction

Dear AAJA photojournalists,

Looking for Michael Jackson or Yao Ming photos for the AAJA National Convention Silent Photo Auction.

Auction curator Corky Lee suggests photos are 11 x 14 inches with full bleeds. Prefer they are signed.

Deadline for photos July 24.

Presently there are less than 30 prints received so far.

More info on auction: www.aajaphoto.org
Corky Lee
curator
corky@expedi.com

AAJA Photography Awards for Excellence announced

Dear AAJA photojournalists,

The Asian American Journalists Association announced its photography awards for excellence in news coverage of Asian American and Pacific Islander and other issues. AAJA will be presenting the awards on Saturday, August 15 at its Gala Scholarship and Awards Banquet at the Boston World Trade Center at AAJA’s National Convention.

PHOTOGRAPHY-UNLIMITED SUBJECT MATTER
Chiaki Kawajiri, photojournalist, The Baltimore Sun, “Final Stage”
www.baltimoresun.com/h…

PHOTOGRAPHY-AAPI ISSUES
Vino Wong, photojournalist, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Amazing Feet”
projects.ajc.com/galle…

More info,
AAJA National Office
national@aaja.org
www.aaja.org

Paul Sakuma
AAJA Photo
psakuma@aol.com
www.aajaphoto.org
Facebook: AAJA Photo
Twitter: @aajaphoto