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NYT - We're Helping Times Photojournalists Deliver Images to the World Faster

Khai Le

When New York Times photographer Doug Mills covered the State of the Union address in February of this year, he took 1,000 photos in under an hour. On the whole, Times photographers will capture anywhere between hundreds and thousands of photos for a given event. Taking tons of photos is part of the job: sometimes photographers need to shoot a lot to get that one perfect image. But once the event is over, getting those photos from the field to The Times newsroom is tedious and time consuming — two things journalists like to avoid during live news situations.
Typically, once a photographer is done shooting, they will go to their laptop and transfer the images from their camera. From there, they’ll select just a handful to crop and tone, add captions and upload the selected photos to the newsroom’s servers. This process takes time, which is a problem for things like sports events or natural disasters that we cover live.
Over the last few years, we’ve experimented with ways that leverage mobile internet technology to transmit our photos and get the story to our readers faster.