Ross Taylor, Assistant Professor at University of Colorado - Boulder and this year's Multimedia moderator, talks about how his experiences have helped shape his view of documentary journalism.
Eric Maierson, freelance writer and two-time Emmy-winning editor and producer, talks about the heart of storytelling, the changing nature of multimedia and how it's okay to start small.
Whitney Shefte, Award-winning video journalist at The Washington Post, talks about her interests in social issues and telling stories to impact the world.
Senior Lauren Wortman works on the sound board during the Documentary Short Video voting.
Judges (from left) Eric Maierson, Evelio Contreras and Whitney Shefte rest in between voting sessions.
Evelio Contreras, producer, shooter and editor for CNN, talks about his career, personal experience with the Virginia Tech shooting, and how to communicate the language of visual storytelling.
Jackie Bell discusses her first year as the director of the College Photographer of the Year competition.
Here are some scenes from Day Five of CPOY. The judges finished with Still Images yesterday, so they celebrated today at Shakespeare's Pizza. The student volunteers talked with the judges about their experiences in photojournalism.
Molly Roberts, Senior Photography Editor at National Geographic Magazine, discusses the role of women in photojournalism and photo editing.
Don Bartletti, former Los Angeles Times Photojournalist, stresses the importance of the photo story in today's journalistic world.
As Day 3 comes to a close, here's a look at the statistics on entries, countries and mediums participating in CPOY 72.
Watch the CPOY 72 still image judges (from left: Deanne Fitzmaurice, Molly Roberts, Carl Phillippe-Juste and Don Bartletti) judge the entries for Feature category, spanning about an hour and a half.
Deanne Fitzmaurice, freelance photojournalist, compares and contrasts art photography and photojournalism, and gives advice to young photographers.
From left, Carl-Phillippe Juste, Molly Roberts, Deanne Fitzmaurice and Don Bartletti spell out "CPOY" during their lunch break.
Here are some images from the first day of the 72nd College Photographer of the Year competition. The judges went through Spot News, Portrait and Sports Action.
Out of the 1,004 images in the portrait category, here's the breakdown of focal lengths used for this year's Portrait category.