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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 Photography Awards and NPPA Best of Photojournalism all recognising the company’s great depth and

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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

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Getty Images photographers recognized with multiple industry awards

March 1, 2016 • Awards, Company News, Entertainment, Photojournalism, SportComments (0)

POYi, Sven-Simon-Preis and UK Picture Editors Guild ceremonies hand out top honours to Getty Images photographers across diverse categories Getty Images photographers have received top honours at multiple industry awards globally, with Pictures of the Year

NZARA, SOUTH SUDAN: Michael Oryem, 29, is a recently defected Lord's Resistance Army fighter who's former L.R.A group is involved in the poaching of Ivory in Garamba National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Garamba is a former base of operations for the LRA and a major source of financing for the notorious group. Oryem is seen with 2 of 6 ivory tusks that he hid and then led the Ugandan forces to inside the border region of the Central African Republic. He claims that the LRA killed many elephants in Garamba National Park in the DRC and that he was ordered by Joseph Kony, the LRA's notorious leader, to bring the ivory to him in Darfur, South Sudan. Ivory is now a real means of financing for the LRA, it is used for both food and weapons supplies and is traded to the Sudanese Army who transports it north to Khartoum. Oryem was abducted by the group when he was 9 and lived with them for over 17 years in the wild. He was made a commander in the group at the age of 12. The LRA is infamous for the killing and abduction of thousands of civilians across multiple countries. He defected and is now a recent new member of the Ugandan Army, UPDF, African Union force hunting the LRA.

Getty Images’ photojournalists recognised with multiple awards at World Press Photo

February 18, 2016 • PhotojournalismComments (0)

Wide array of awards across multiple categories testament to Getty Images’ extraordinary and diverse roster of photography talent London, UK – 18 February, 2016:  Getty Images has been honoured at World Press Photo, the world’s largest and most

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Getty Images launches Year In Focus exclusively on iBooks

December 31, 2015 • Company News, Entertainment, Photojournalism, SportComments (0)

Getty Images, the world leader in visual communications, has announced the digital release of its annual Year In Focus, exclusively on iBooks.  Showcasing an expert curation of the most compelling and defining moments of 2015, the digital book offers a

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Reportage by Getty Images photojournalist Daniel Berehulak receives Visa d’Or Features Award for The New York Times

September 8, 2015 • PhotojournalismComments (0)

 Australian photojournalist, Daniel Berehulak, wins coveted award for his stunning body of work documenting the Ebola epidemic for The New York Times  Perpignan, France – 5 September, 2015: Reportage by Getty Images’ photojournalist Daniel Berehulak has

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Getty Images announces unprecedented presence at Visa pour l’Image

August 6, 2015 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

Committed to international press freedom and the belief that images can be a powerful force for change, Getty Images has a record number of exhibitions and award nominations, celebrates 11 years of grants programme and sponsors photojournalism festival for

Liberia Races To Expand Ebola Treatment Facilities, As U.S. Troops Arrive

Getty Images photojournalist John Moore wins Photographer of the Year at Sony World Photography Awards

April 23, 2015 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

American photojournalist John Moore receives prestigious L’Iris D’Or for his work documenting the Liberian government’s efforts to stop the spread of Ebola The Honorary Jury of the world’s largest photography competition, the Sony World Photography