Photojournalism is in crisis. This lament has often been heard the last couple of years. But is this really the case? And shouldn't this crisis be considered a healthy thing? Some people might say photojournalism is in the midst of a remarkable, and singularly unexpected, renaissance. Simply because working in the 'old fashioned way' is no longer possible. New practices, strategies, viewpoints, techniques, and agents have radically transformed the institutions and the fundamental concepts of the field.