“It all comes down to building trust.”

Luke Malone, CUJ ’13, is an Australian journalist based in New York City, and the producer of “Secrets of the Living Dolls,” a documentary that features men who dress up in elaborate latex female bodysuits.

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Ergonomics for Video Editing

Video editors have to sit at a computer for long hours each day. Here we elaborate on some tips for setting up your work station in a way that will help you take better care of your body while you edit.

“We need a multitude of viewpoints to get closer to a universal truth.”

Award-winning photojournalist Ami Vitale: "Photography is not about you. It's about the people and stories you are photographing."

“Love the work you do and stand behind it.”

Lauuren Steel is a Managing Editor at Reportage by Getty Images and is responsible for a group of renowned photographers. She started at Getty Images in 2003 as an entertainment assignment editor for the newswire, and she has been a part of the Eddie Adams Workshop faculty for the last 8 years. what she looks for in photographers, and what photojournalists who want representation with Getty need to pay attention to.

“Have conversations about what you think is great photography and why.”

Lauuren Steel is a Managing Editor at Reportage by Getty Images and is responsible for a group of renowned photographers. She started at Getty Images in 2003 as an entertainment assignment editor for the newswire, and she has been a part of the Eddie Adams Workshop faculty for the last 8 years. We spoke to Lauren about being a photo editor and what it takes to make it in the field.

“I’m always trying to find other ways to fund my work”

Documentary photographer Diana Markosian talks about making a living as a freelance photographer.

“A little of effort of yours, it can change the lives of people.”

AP Photographer Altaf Qadri, who won a 2013 World Press Honorable Mention for his story, "School for Less Fortunate," talks about what it's like working for a wire service.

Covering Sensitive populations: the LGBTQ community

For the past seven years, Samantha Box has delved into the lives of LGBT homeless youth in NYC, creating images the challenged the stereotype of what it means to be of that demographic.