Why Editorial Works: Jamie Chung for Document Journal

June 23, 2014

By Conor Risch

© Jamie Chung

An image of a sculpture by Pierre-Jean David D’Angers by still-life photographer Jamie Chung, shot at The Frick Collection for Document Journal.

It’s no secret that budgets for editorial photography are often slim, deadlines are frequently tight and subjects can be less than accommodating. Yet the creative freedom, challenges, experiences and opportunities to make great pictures offer photographers something they can’t get from any other type of work. In this series of articles about editorial photography, which originally appeared in the June...

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