These photographs were taken by students at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. The students are broadcast and digital journalism (BDJ), magazine, news and digital journalism (MND), photography and public relations (PR) majors enrolled in the VIS 400/600 Photography for the Media. Students are in Lake Placid Feb. 1-4, photographing the Games and uploading their work to this website.
Yes, Media outlets anywhere can access the site and download the images for use in local coverage as long as each image includes proper attribution for the photographer. Failure to properly attribute the photographer for their work is a break of the license to use the images.
Suggested credit line: Student Name/Newhouse School
Yes, you can make prints with these images, but if you publish them on a website or share on social media you MUST credit the photographer who took the image.
Each image includes the caption, credit and the images metadata for reference.
This class is an opportunity for students to be published and also get assignments from professional publications. We want the students to be published in some form — whether it’s digitally, in print or on-air. We know that doing an assignment for a class once a week is different than doing it nearly around the clock for four consecutive days. The Games will help students to push outside their comfort zone in new environments filled with opportunities and challeges.
Seth Gitner, an associate professor in the MND and visual communications departments. MND professor of practice and Newhouse Executive Editor Jon Glass and Jordan Kligerman, a visiting professor in The Newhouse Sports Media Center, are accompanying 22 students on the trip.
Lenny Christopher, a Syracuse University alumnus and professional photographer will be helping out with the Sports Photography workshop.
The trip is funded by the Newhouse School in collaboration with the Newhouse Sports Media Center. In addition, SONY is supporting the venture as a sports photography workshop and providing camera gear, while ThinkTank Photo supplied camera bags.