While debates over the demise of print and photojournalism has been around for some time, there are still great long form photojournalism pieces being created. Case in point is The New York TImes long form investigative piece: Invisible Child: Dasani’s Homeless Life. Coming in at almost 30,000 words and taking fifteen months to make, the five-part series is the largest investigative project that The New York Times has run all at once. Invisible Child is equal parts emotional, disheartening and inspiring, and goes a long way in showing that long form photojournalism is very much alive and well.

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