Occupy Wall Street

On October 17, 2011, the PBS NewsHour used this photographs in their broadcast. The image was the background photograph, behind Kwame Holman, from 3.52 minutes to 4.01 minutes in the broadcast.

 

PBS NewsHour flash broadcast: video.pbs.org/video/2155463485

 

Wall Street Protest, September 26th, 2011, Wall Street, Financial District, New York

 

A New York Times article: NYPD White Shirts of Police Dept. Take On Enforcer Role describes the police actions taken against the protestors.

 

Occupy Wall Street

 

28mm @ 1/80 F2.8 ISO 3200 MRAW LR

 

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  • drewwaters 4y

    We'd like to add your photo to the Group
    Occupy Wall Street Photo Project
    www.flickr.com/groups/owsphotoproject/
    Images added to this group are being considered for a book publication.
    Please add to the group if interested for inclusion.
    Thanks,
    DW
    Project Coordinator
  • Amy Jeffries 4y

    I used your photo to illustrate a story on Piedmont Patch: patch.com/A-mJ0M. Thanks so much for shooting.

    - Amy Jeffries, Piedmont Patch Editor
  • dhaselfeld 4y

    paul, thanks for this photo. I chose this photo because to me, it's passionate and informative without being confrontational. Just a dude honestly questioning what's going on. Check it out on my blog at speakingforfaith.com. Duane
  • DiegoDiagonal 4y

    Hi Paul,

    We've used this photo in our site www.diagonalperiodico.net . We're a non profit, grasroot communication project with a CC license.

    Thank you very much for sharing!
  • drewwaters 4y

    We'd like to add your photo to the Group
    Occupy Wall Street Photo Project
    www.flickr.com/groups/owsphotoproject/
    Images added to this group are being considered for a book publication.
    Please add to the group if interested for inclusion.
    Your image has also been included in our Kickstarter slideshow here:
    www.kickstarter.com/projects/1549226215/occupy-wall-stree...
    Please help us get the word out on our photo book project. We can only do this if funding is successful.
    Thanks,
    DW
    Project Coordinator
  • Paul Stein 4y

    On October 17, 2011, the PBS NewsHour used one of my photographs in their broadcast. The image was the background photograph, behind Kwame Holman, from 3.52 minutes to 4.01 minutes in the broadcast.

    PBS NewsHour flash broadcast: video.pbs.org/video/2155463485

    My photographs:
    Occupy Wall Street by PaulSteinJC


    I got 9 seconds of air time.

    9 Seconds of Fame

    Thank you PBS NewsHour

    Paul Stein
  • Steven Wildman 4y

    Congrats!
  • redailia1 4y

    Congrats , Paul!!
  • vytko1.618 4y

    99%
  • Kristofer Sandberg 3y

    Hi, I used this photo for a magazine in Sweden. It's about sustainable business management. Kind of. Thanks a lot!
  • bernal2raro 3y

    Thanks for the excellent photo. I used it to illustrate a blog post about the 99% longgonedaddy.wordpress.com/2011/11/02/americas-99-are-ri....
  • miseryxchord 3y

    Great photo! We published it in this post... doom-magazine.net/miseryxchord/2011/11/14/occupy-wall-str...

    Thank you for posting these sets. :)
  • Strader Payton 3y

    Great picture. I plan on using this for a presentation I am giving at a university in China about the current political climate in the US and its potential impact on the 2012 elections.
  • mightyelm 3y

    Fabulous photo. Thank you letting me use it in this video for the novel "HIGH FINANCE".
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVl1eFEiLXk

    Eli
  • stockingblue 2y

    Thanks for sharing. This image is now featured in the article Why God Hates New York on Stocking Blue.
  • Ines Seidel 2y

    thanks for this picture! I will use it in a presentation about the growing trend towards standing up for one's values
  • itchybee 2d

    Thank you for making this photo available! I'm using it in my documentary East L.A. Interchange which follows the evolution of working-class, immigrant Boyle Heights from multiethnic to predominately Latino and a cradle of Mexican-American culture in the U.S. The film shows how one neighborhood managed to survive the construction of the largest and busiest freeway interchange in the nation despite being targeted by government policies, real estate laws, and California planners. East L.A. Interchange explores the shifting face of community in the United States today and argues why it should matter to us all. bluewatermedia.org/
  • Paul Stein 2d

    Thank you for using my photograph. I wish you the best of luck with your project. It sounds very interesting.

    Paul
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