Martin moves the Post in a new digital direction that focuses on smaller details
“If you talk about what used to be, we’re going to be what used to be.” That’s what Martin Baron, executive editor of the Washington Post, tells his staff. Last week, the Canadian Journalism Foundation held its last talk of the year at Ryerson University, where the National Post’s Anne Marie Owens interviewed Baron about the Washington Post’s digital […]
A celebration of the darkroom ages and a pressing question about the drive to digital: does it threaten the integrity of photojournalism?
Boris Spremo lugged his 125-pound trunk through Toronto International Airport. The Toronto Starphotojournalist was off on a six-week assignment in several countries of famine-ravaged Central Africa. Inside his trunk he’d packed a small retractable enlarger, film-developing chemicals, processing trays, a hair dryer and a thermometer. The photographer, who had dark shaggy hair, also carried a […]