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Refugees board the train towards Zagreb at Tovarnik station on the border with Serbia, Croatia, Friday September, 18, 2015.

Getty Images Editorial Grants 2017 – Open for Entry

April 3, 2017 • Company News, Grants, PhotojournalismComments (0)

Getty Images today announced that applications for its 2017 Grants for Editorial Photography programme are now being accepted. Five photojournalists will be selected to receive grants of US$10,000, intended to provide the funding and freedom to pursue projects of personal and journalistic significance. Applicants will be reviewed by the following

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Getty Images announces Verbatim, a new commercial assignments venture dedicated to authentic brand storytelling

October 31, 2016 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

Verbatim leverages Getty Images’ world leading editorial photography expertise to bring authenticity to commercial campaigns Getty Images, the world’s leader in visual communications, has today announced the launch of a new commercial assignments venture,

Input hunters harvest walrus in the Arctic Ocean near Barrow, Alaska. Hunters looked for ugruk (bearded seal) after the sea ice "went out" but came upon hundreds of walrus instead. Walrus this close to town during this time of year is rare and most likely due to warming weather.

Getty Images announces 2016 Editorial Grant recipients

September 1, 2016 • PhotojournalismComments (0)

Grants of $50,000 collectively awarded to five photojournalists Perpignan, France – 1 September, 2016 – Getty Images, the world’s leader in visual communications, has today announced the recipients of its annual Grants for Editorial Photography

February 17, 2014. Members of the ELN (Ejercito de Liberación Nacional) take formation at their camp. A quater to half of recruited chilld combants are girls. Chocó, Colombia.

Getty Images reaffirms support of Visa pour l’Image

July 28, 2016 • PhotojournalismComments (0)

Getty Images demonstrates unrivalled commitment to photojournalism industry at Visa pour l’image; celebrates 12 years of industry leading grants programme; photographer Juan Arredondo awarded prestigious Humanitarian Visa d’Or.   London, United Kingdom

ACCRA, GHANA: In addition to operating a roadside restaurant where she prepares local foods, Sandra Ocran is the financial secretary for the Initiative Development Ghana, a local NGO partnering with the Ga East Trade Union to provide microloans to GETU members. Over the past five years, Betty has been involved in supporting 40 members to access microloans to build their businesses. "They are traders, some are bakerers, caterers, fish and tomato sellers, kenkey sellers and chopbars," she says, describing the types of vendors who are participating in the programme. "Everybody has been paying back their loans," she says. Not one person has defaulted so far. "We pay on a weekly basis. We come to the weekly meeting, and everybody must bring his or her money. Let's say you take [a loan in the amount of] 1,000 Ghana Cedis (approximately USD $262), every week you will repay 57 Ghana Cedis (about USD $15) for six months." With these small loans, vendors have been able to build capital and expand their businesses. Photo taken August 12, 2015 in Accra, Ghana. (Photo by Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images Reportage). FULLY RELEASED - CONSENT NUMBER: ACC023

Hewlett Foundation, Getty Images and WIEGO Make Women’s Informal Work Visible in New Photography Resource

July 27, 2016 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

Partnership Provides High-Quality Editorial Images Free of Charge for Noncommercial Use MENLO PARK, Calif.—A new collection of photographs released today by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Getty Images Reportage, and Women in Informal

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Lessons Cannes Lions delegates can take away from award-winning photojournalists Lynsey Addario and Brent Stirton on compelling storytelling

June 24, 2016 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

In an awe-inspiring session in the Lumiere Theatre, photojournalist, author and subject of an upcoming Jennifer Lawrence film, Lynsey Addario and South African photojournalist Brent Stirton shared their visual stories from the frontline, giving delegates a

QINGHE, XINJIANG, CHINA - JANUARY 30:  Chinese Kazakh eagle hunters ride with their eagles during a local competition on January 30, 2015 in the mountains of Qinghe County, Xinjiang, northwestern China. The festival, organised by the local hunting community, is part of an effort to promote and grow traditional hunting practices for new generations in the mountainous region of western China that borders Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia. The training and handling of the large birds of prey follows a strict set of ancient rules that Kazakh eagle hunters are preserving for future generations.  (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

Getty Images photographers recognized at top industry ceremonies; Pulitzer, Sony World Photography Awards, NPPA

April 22, 2016 • Awards, Company News, Photojournalism, SportComments (0)

New accolades follow multiple awards across diverse categories at earlier industry ceremonies as Getty Images photographers continue winning streak Getty Images photographers have received top honours at major industry awards, with Pulitzer, Sony World

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PHOTOJOURNALIST BRYAN DENTON SELECTED FOR 2016 GETTY IMAGES AND CHRIS HONDROS FUND AWARD ON FIVE YEAR ANNIVERSARY

April 14, 2016 • Company News, Grants, PhotojournalismComments (0)

Kiana Hayeri receives the emerging photojournalist grant; Honors to be presented at the Chris Hondros Fund benefit and silent auction in New York The Chris Hondros Fund (CHF), which marks its fifth anniversary this year, announced today that Bryan Denton has

Jyotsna, 29, leads a line of sex workers, awaiting lunch customers in an alleyway of Sonagachi.

Getty Images Editorial Grants – Open for Entry

April 4, 2016 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

New York – 4 April, 2016: Getty Images today announced that applications for its 2016 Grants for Editorial Photography programme are now being accepted. Five photojournalists will be selected to receive grants of US$10,000, intended to provide the

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AFGHANISTAN: BETWEEN HOPE AND FEAR BY PAULA BRONSTEIN

March 2, 2016 • PhotojournalismComments (0)

“Bronstein has put together one of the richest portraits there is of modern Afghanistan – complicated, conflicted, and contradictory, but always compelling. Just try to put down this book without looking at every image, without feeling each person in your