My photographic journey: Washington photographer, UK elections

Over the next 13 days I’ll be reporting with photographs, and a few words, on the 2015 UK General Elections.

Getty Images at 20: a message from Jonathan Klein

A message from Getty Images Co-founder & CEO, Jonathan Klein, on the 20th anniversary of the company

Jeff Mitchell: Nikon UK Press Photographer of the Year

“What I witnessed that evening and in the coming days was incredible, a battle was in full flow with protestors trying to retake a portion of the Maidan that they had lost to the riot police a few days earlier.”

Reflecting on the life’s work of photojournalist Chris Hondros

“I could hear the sound of children’s voices from inside the car and I knew there had been a horrible mistake, that there was a family inside.” Testament is a collection of photographs and writing by late photojournalist Chris Hondros spanning over a decade of coverage from most of the world’s conflicts since the late […]

Auschwitz survivors from iconic photo meet for portraits

“I think the part of the shoot that will stay with me is 79-year-old Miriam Ziegler showing her Auschwitz prison tattoo which she also showed 70 years ago to the Russian photographer who documented the children as they were liberated.”

Year in Focus | Scott Olson on covering the civil unrest in Ferguson, USA

Getty Images Staff News Photographer Scott Olson reflects on the experience of covering the civil unrest in Ferguson, USA, following the police shooting of Michael Brown

Getty Images CEO: How I fell in love with pictures

“A good picture will leave space for thought, will leave space for dialogue and will be a little bit controversial, but will tell you a part of the story … which you might not otherwise get.” – Jonathan Klein, Getty Images Co-founder and CEO

Year in Focus 2014 | Book and exhibition launches in London

A stunning curation of 60 defining images from 2014 is now on display as part of a retrospective exhibition at the Getty Images Gallery in London’s west end.

Getty Images aux côtés de Charlie Hebdo

Pourquoi est-il si important de défendre la liberté d’expression ?

Q&A: What Paris Match learned from the attack on Charlie Hebdo

Paris Match’s Deputy Editor-in-Chief Regis LeSommier talks about the attack on Charlie Hebdo: “Freedom of speech should have zero limits.”

Year in Focus | Reportage highlights from 2014

From covering the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Patrick Di Nola reflects on the work of the Reportage photographers during 2014.

Remembering ‘documentarian of life’ Michel du Cille

“No pictures yet. I haven’t taken my camera. First comes trust, then the work.” That quote so appropriately sums up the Michel I knew.

Year in Focus | Browse the year’s best photojournalism in our digital book

Browse our Year in Focus digital book for a recap on the most captivating and enduring imagery from around the world this year.

Year in Focus | The fall of the Berlin Wall revisited by Tom Stoddart

This year Tom Stoddart returned to Berlin to track down some of the faces he photographed on the night of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Vote for November’s European News Picture of the Month

  The below competition is now closed. Congratulations to Peter Macdiarmid who won the vote with his picture of the Tower of London Poppies. Stay tuned for next month’s poll. These are the Top European News photos for the month of November chosen by our panel of photographers and experts Vote for November’s News Picture of the Month […]

Year in Focus | Sebastiano Tomada on Aleppo’s Civil Defense Teams

In the under-siege Syrian city of Aleppo, Photojournalist Sebastiano Tomada captures the story of volunteer first responders risking their lives to save others

Where our news photographers have been in November

We find out where in the world our @GettyImagesNews and @GettyReportage photographers have been in November as we follow their stories ‘on the ground.’ Matt Cardy Following the end of combat operations in Afghanistan and the closure of the last UK base at Camp Bastion, the remaining British troops in southern Afghanistan have been leaving the country through the […]