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Cultural perspective: John Moore reflects on covering immigration and the U.S. border

I’ve been photographing immigration issues ever since I moved back to the United States in 2008, after living 17 years abroad. I think that my time away gave me some perspective on other cultures – and hopefully some on my own. View image | gettyimages.com One moment that both impacted and shocked me was at […]

Celebrating Visa Pour L’Image, the world’s most important photojournalism festival

“With my photojournalism I want to connect people with the people in my images and get a greater understanding of what is happening somewhere else in the world.” — Award-winning Getty Images Reportage photographer Daniel Berehulak, whose work covering Ebola for the New York Times was exhibited at the 2015 Visa Pour L’Image festival of […]

Year in Focus | 10 years in 10 frames: the images that moved us

As we reach the 10th anniversary of Year in Focus, we ask Editor Anthony Holland Parkin to select ten unforgettable frames from the last ten years, and discuss what makes these images moving.

Year in Focus | John Moore on covering the Ebola epidemic in Liberia

Getty Images Senior Staff Photographer John Moore reflects on the experience of covering the Ebola epidemic in Liberia

Where our news photographers have been in October

We find out where in the world our @GettyImagesNews and @GettyReportage photographers have been in October as we follow their stories ‘on the ground’ John Moore John returned to Liberia to continue his coverage of the Ebola epidemic and shared this Instagram picture of the protective clothing he had to wear. Repost from @jbmoore6400 Just getting protective clothing (PPE), […]