Stringer Photojournalist + News Agency

As a stringer photojournalist, the process of delivering a photo for a news agency typically involves the following steps:

  1. Capturing the Image: The first step is to capture the image by attending the event or location and taking photos that capture the story or event.
  2. Editing and Selecting the Images: Once the images are captured, the photographer will edit and select the best images that tell the story and meet the news agency’s requirements.
  3. Image Captioning: After selecting the best images, the photographer will caption each image with relevant information, including the event’s location, date, and a brief description of the story.
  4. Uploading and Transmitting the Images: The images are uploaded to the news agency’s website or transmitted to the agency through email, FTP, or other means of file transfer.
  5. Payment and Publication: After the images are received and approved by the news agency, the photographer will receive payment for the images. The images will then be published in print or online by the news agency.

It’s important to note that the specific process may vary slightly depending on the news agency’s requirements and the photographer’s agreement with the agency.