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The Oklahoman's photojournalism exhibit details state's past


November 3, 2019

ENID, Okla. (AP) — For photojournalists, the old adage "a picture's worth a thousand words" is less important than ensuring that each photograph effectively tells a single story.

"It's very easy for a photographer just out taking pictures to get these kind of staged half-smiles," said Jake Krumwiede, director of Enid's Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, told The Oklahoman. "But it's a skill to be able to visually tell a story, and it's certainly not one that everyone has. So, I've always very much appreciated photojournalism, because it's not something that everyone can do well."


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