Daily Lobo Journalism Bootcamp 2014, day two

Local designers, photographers and reporters worked with students during Sunday's lobocamp panels to edit photos, create a front page and generate story ideas. Students heard from crime and investigative reporters to wrap up the weekend.

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  1. #lobocamp students choose the best pictures during a photo editing scenario.
    #lobocamp students choose the best pictures during a photo editing scenario.
  2. To kick off the day, students heard from members of the photo editing panel Mark Holm, Robert Browman, Morgan Petroski and Steve St. John. Panelists focused on how photographers and reporters can collaborate to produce the best stories for readers. 
  3. #lobocamp photo panel members work with students to edit photos.
    #lobocamp photo panel members work with students to edit photos.
  4. Qualities to look for in a good photo, according to photo coach Mark Holm at #lobocamp
    Qualities to look for in a good photo, according to photo coach Mark Holm at #lobocamp
  5. Later, students got to try their hands at photo editing, chose a lead and secondary photo from a stack of real photographers' outtakes from assignments around the state.
  6. #lobocamp students @_williamaranda and @thomasromeros work with @sstjohnphoto to edit a series of photos.
    #lobocamp students @_williamaranda and @thomasromeros work with @sstjohnphoto to edit a series of photos.
  7. After the photo editing panel, students heard from Carlos Ayulo, assistant managing editor for presentation at the St. Louis Post Dispatch and Rachel Conger Baca, design director of the Albuquerque Journal. They spoke about how students should know design rules, but experiment and try new things as students. The pair provided resources and ideas for design standards as well.
  8. During the panel, students worked in teams to design a front page on deadline.
  9. #lobocamp students design a mock front page on deadline.
    #lobocamp students design a mock front page on deadline.
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