"When the pictures come into the story that’s when things start getting interesting. The pictures are presented well, along with snapshot nats." - Video Editing Judge Congrats Lene Mu, 3rd place Feature Edit Editors Only. https://youtu.be/VXw2MPK3PjA
"Good choice in pacing, wasn’t too fast or too slow." - Video Editing Judge. Congrats Ray Arzate on your on 2nd Place Documentary Edit & 3rd Place Documentary Photography win.
In the Category In Depth (Photography) 2017 The Winners are ... 1st Deborah Acosta - The New York Times "Fragments of a Life: A Curbside Mystery" 2nd Eric Sander - KING "Memory and Music" 3rd Steve Rhodes - WTHR "Time with Dad" HM Joseph Huerta - KING "Faith, Love, and Forgiveness" http://competitions.nppa.org/best-of-photojournalism/in-depth-photography-2017/
"This winner showed a complete story, they had good nat sound, and kept up with the story as it changed. It showed a real sense of being there." - Photography Judge. Congrats Brandon Mowry on your 3rd place Photo Essay Edit (Photographers Only) and the WFAA-TV Photography staff for 1st place in the Conflict Disaster category.
"The timing is spot on. Transitions from place to place are flawless." - Video Editing Judge. Congrats Ben C. Solomon 1st Place - Sports Edit
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"The photographer in the first place story didn’t panic when everyone else was and it showed in the storytelling." - Photography Judge. Congrats Anne Herbst on your 1st place Spot News in Photography.
"RNC Bike Messenger really strong work, creative with the shooting. It had a good use of GoPro video, wasn’t over done." - Photography Judge. Congrats David Bradford.
Congratulations Documentary Edit (Editors & Photographers) Winners. http://competitions.nppa.org/best-of-photojournalism/documentary-edit-editors-photographers/
"Some very clever editing techniques. Great action and reaction, you let the kid’s humor breathe and that helped advance the piece." - Video Editing Judge. Congrats Joe Little on your 2nd place Solo Journalist Edit.
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