I just had to post this before heading out on the road today. I found it through Duckrabbit
on Twitter. As he says, "Listen and Learn." This video - the voice and images of one of the great masters of photography - "Henri Cartier-Bresson - Life is Once Forever" by bt645
on Vimeo is well worth your time.
While Mr. Bresson denies he is a photojournalist, there is no doubt he set the bar as far as composition and timing are concerned. He insists that facts are boring, and facts without interpretation are meaningless.
As photojournalists we are presented with the "facts" on a daily basis, and I submit that while we all attempt to portray events accurately, our personal interpretations of the events, and how we elect to capture them in images, is indeed photojournalism. Try as we might, we cannot escape our own vision.