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2007/07/30

Does Not Compute

For several years the newspaper has been in need of new computer equipment and software to make things run more smoothly and give the editors more flexibility in page design and other elements. Today my assignment was to get some photographs to showcase the new computer system, which is set up in the conference room right now for training purposes.

My initial idea was to do a product shot of the computers themselves, but really, who doesn't know what a Mac computer looks like? Then there is the idea that journalism is the story of people, so I decided to go with images of the staff training on the machines.
Trista Crossley, a customer service representative from Media Span, works with the Independent editors and production staff Monday while training them to use new computer systems and software applications to make designing and laying out the pages faster and easier.


Barry Heifner, managing editor for the Independent, opens a new document Monday while attending a training session to learn how to use the new software and computer network

Trista Crossley, a customer service representative from Media Span works with the Independent editors and production staff Monday while training them to use new computer systems and software applications.
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