Pulitzer Prize-winning Philadelphia Inquirer photojournalist April Saul had a one-woman, one-night photography exhibition March 20 at the Eleven-One Gallery in Camden. Saul, an NJPPA member and repeat winner of the NJPPA Photograph of the Year competition, recently received an Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship and will spend a year photographing and documenting life in Camden for her project, “Camden, N.J. – A City Invincible.” At the gallery show, Saul spoke about how she approaches her photography work in Camden. You can watch her remarks in the video below from NJPPA member Steve Lubetkin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqJuxK74a-U
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Photographs and videos taken or initially published between January 1st and December 31st, 2013 are eligible. Photos entered in past NJPPA POY contests are not eligible. The exception is the NJPPA Understanding Award. A contestant is limited to 30 entries total which includes a limit of 6 in multimedia categories. Photographer of the Year and NJPPA Understanding Award do not count toward the limit of 30.