Showcasing Youth Photography & Photojournalism
…of the Week
Our Photographer of the Week contest is our way of highlighting and sharing the amazing, creative work photographers submit to us by tagging their work with @bokeh_focus. Our Instagram followers vote over several days with reactions and comments, then the winning photographs and story of the winner are featured on @bokeh_focus in an Instagram post and story.
Find the entry details here.
See all the creative work by our Photographer of the Week winners on our Instagram @bokeh_focus.
…of the Month
Our Photographer of the Month is chosen from our Photographers of the Week in a one-day voting marathon by our Instagram followers. We publish an in-depth interview with the winner and a photo gallery collection of their work — curated by the photographer — on Instagram @Bokeh_Focus and on this website.
Find the entry details here.
See the photography and interviews of our Photographers of the Month on our Instagram @Bokeh_Focus. Links to their galleries and complete interviews of winners and past featured photographers are on this website are here.
FOLLOW US on Instagram @bokeh-Focus TO VOTE for your favorite photos!
We add contestants’ tagged photos often … so check our Instagram voting highlight daily!
Photojournalism by Our Sister Publications
Youth Today, the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange (JJIE) and Fresh Take Georgia are our sister publications written of a team of dedicated professional journalists working to bring you the latest news and information from across our nation affecting youth and juvenile justice, and local Georgia news focused on state government and health. We share the stories they publish that have large collections of photos as stories and galleries here on Bokeh Focus.
Youth Today is a respected independent, national and digital media publication that is read by thousands of professionals in the youth service field. Youth Today adheres to high-quality journalistic standards and for over 20 years has provided readers with professional news coverage dedicated to examining a wide spectrum of complex issues in the youth services industry from diversity to community-based youth work.
The Juvenile Justice Information Exchange (JJIE) fosters a community of support around the issues facing the youth of our country. JJIE readers and social media followers are made up of people who are interested in doing what is best for at-risk kids, along with industry professionals who work with children on a daily basis, and citizens from Georgia and around the United States. JJIE covers juvenile justice and related issues nationally on a daily basis.
Fresh Take Georgia is a new digital news service offering Georgia news from a fresh perspective focusing on Georgia’s state government, including the legislature and other issues of statewide, regional or national interest. It aims to bridge the gap in local journalism by providing in-depth, fact-based, fair and balanced investigative journalism to Atlanta and all local communities in Georgia by listening, digging and reporting the topics that matter most to Georgian’s.