Finding moments in the madness of Hawkeye football
The Iowa Photo
Highlighting the importance an emotional photo can have on an audience and the photographer.
Setting camera on the ground provided a different angle to Coe inauguration
There are a lot of elements that go into making a good photo or picture story. As photojournalists we often have to work to incorporate as many of those as we can. Sometimes though, everything comes together in a single photo.
Gazette photojournalist Jim Slosiarek caps off a run of good photos with this harvest picture taken against a fiery looking background.
I believe a beautiful photo can be created in any situation or location, which is the inspiration for this photo. …
Wellington Heights murals reflects neighborhood, aspirations
Gazette photojournalist Savannah Blake captured the image of hundreds of motorcyclists who gathered outside the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital to wave at the kids.
Gazette photojournalist Jim Slosiarek was drawn to the pattern created by metal flood wall foundation supports in this photo.
Seeing everyday life in a new way can be a breath of fresh air.
Over the past 18 months, outdoor spaces have been a refuge, whether in man-made spaces like a socially distanced patio or the tree canopy of a city park.
Gazette photojournalist talks about why he selected this photo for the Iowa Photo feature
Gazette photojournalist Andy Abeyta chooses a familiar subject -- Lake Macbride -- for his last Iowa Photo feature.
Gazette photojournalist Liz Martin finds more than baseball to photograph during a game at Center Point-Urbana: a family of barn swallows.
I can’t seem to pass by a classic car when I’m on the highway. On this particular Sunday I noticed this ’57 sitting out front of a shop on my way to photograph softball at the Walker Memorial Ballpark.