A photojournalist is a photojournalist, even in times when he maybe shouldn't be. Which is why when Chicago Sun-Times photographer Al Podgorski discovered this morning that his entire department was being wiped out, the first thing he did was reach fo
At heart, I am a photojournalist, having worked for newspapers and wire services for the better part of the last 10 years. We often ask ourselves how we would react in a tough situation, because invariably, we end up covering fires, shootings and other tragedies. This was different, though, and I had no idea what I would see from the top of the bridge.