Okay, so basically the title is the question. I only very recently got into photography and haven't had too much practice, but I absolutely adore it. I decided to apply for an internship because I still have a little over a year left of college. It's not likely that I'll be accepted, but I figure why not give it a shot and who knows what could happen. They list on the requirements that they want a portfolio which should be "...a collection of images..." and that's all it says. It does't describe what kinds of photos, or how many. The internship is for a photojournalist, so as far as I know this could mean pictures of literally anything. Any advice on how many images I should include? What the photos should be of? I have until November to submit my application, so I have way more than enough time to take plenty of new photos and meet whatever guidelines you guys can fill me in on. Thanks for all the help. If you need any other info to help guide me, please ask and I will be happy to provide. I have a Canon 1000D (XS) with the kit 18-55 IS and the 55-250 IS lenses.