During the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City, a “non-permitted” illegal march, mostly people of color and the poor, left Dag Hammarskjold Plaza near the United Nations attempting to reach Madison Square Garden’s RNC headquarters. As the long multi-block march approached the RNC, police set up orange snow barriers, narrowing the march, trapping people into a “kettle-like” formation. In the midst of this, a motorcyclist ran into the crowd, knocking people over. He was later identified as a plainclothes policeman. Photo: Langelle

LANGELLE PHOTOGRAPHY awarded Top 50 Photojournalism Sites starting on 27 September 2017

Top 50 Photojournalism Blogs & Websites By Photojournalists’s, Anuj Agarwal, announced our addition to the site said, “You have an impressive blog with high quality and useful content on Photojournalism.”

 

 

 

Some of the other sites noted in the the Top 50 include:

Lens | New York Times | Photography, Video and Visual Journalism

Big Picture | The Boston Globe                                                                                               

The Atlantic | Photo

BBC News | In Pictures

Los Angeles Times | Photography

Getty Images | Photojournalism

 

The Best Photojournalism blogs from thousands of top Photojournalism blogs in Top 50 Photojournalism Blogs & Websites By Photojournalists’s index using search and social metrics. Data will be refreshed once a week.

These blogs are ranked based on following criteria:

  • Google reputation and Google search ranking
  • Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites
  • Quality and consistency of posts.
  • Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review

Top 50 Photojournalism Blogs

“CONGRATULATIONS to every blogger that has made this Top Photojournalism Blogs list! This is the most comprehensive list of best Photojournalism blogs on the internet and I’m honoured to have you [LANGELLE PHOTOGRAPHY] as part of this! I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world.” – Anuj Agarwal <anujagarwal at feedspot.com>