Jonas Cuénin, one of our New York contributors, focuses on all those in the world of photography who never have the chance to be in the spotlight. Every two weeks, his videos will offer a look into the lives of these photography lovers. For this eighth episode, Julien Jourdes, photo editor at the Wall Street Journal in New York, reveals what goes into the making of a press photo. Through his stories, we see that his position, as the intermediary between the photographer and the editorial page, requires organization, foresight, and a deep knowledge of photography.
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