Olympics Photo Essay, Photo 16

    by Kris Krug
    February 1, 2010

    – Go to Photo 15

    Citizen journalism is an action. By the simple act of documenting the world around us, whether with fancy cameras or handy cell phones, we actively participate in sharing our experience with the world. We are all journalists and the world is full of news.

    You can see more of Kris Krüg’s photos on his Flickr Olympics set, and use them under a Creative Commons license.

    Kris Krüg is a designer, writer, photographer, and webmonkey based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Constantly challenging himself by shooting diverse subjects from emerging rock bands to dot-com execs, Kris uses his engaging personality to break down the barriers between lens and subject. Kris is a fervent evangelist for open culture and Creative Commons licensing and frequently speaks at conferences and the media about the blurring lines between pro and amateur, shifting copyright standards and using technology to promote and share artistic work. Kris realizes art isn’t created in a vacuum and a vibrant community is key for culture to flourish. With this in mind, he organizes photowalks and workshops for newbies and veterans alike to encourage knowledge sharing and collaboration.

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