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Slain gorilla leads photographer to pursue environmental photojournalism

Brent Stirton shares the story behind one of his most powerful images capturing the deaths of silverback gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Lynsey Addario : “One of my goals as a photographer is to motivate people to act” | Behind the lens

“It’s what I do” – Award-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario, who is exclusively represented by Getty Images Reportage, reflects on the stories behind some of her most powerful images

She covers pirates, fights ‘simplistic view of the world’ | Behind the lens

Veronique de Viguerie provides an insight into her career, discusses some of her most iconic work and tells us about one of her most memorable assignments.

Getty Images photojournalist receives Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Ebola crisis

Getty Images photojournalist Daniel Berehulak has won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize in the Feature Photography category for his work covering the Ebola crisis.

In Brazil, feeling love: A photographer’s journey from NYC to Rio

Photojournalist Mario Tama on his journey to Brazil and the joy and spirit captured through his camera

Infographic | 20 years of Getty Images

Getty Images 20 years

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 […]

Antoine Bruy | Living off-the-grid

Jay Davies talks to photographer Antoine Bruy about his project ‘Scrublands,’ which documents people living off-the-grid.

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 | 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.

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.

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

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

Maddie McGarvey | Social issues in the Midwest

Next in our series of conversations with Reportage Emerging Talent photographers, we talk to Maddie McGarvey. Maddie graduated from Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication and later worked for the San Francisco Chronicle and at the Burlington Free Press in Vermont. She is currently based in Columbus, OH, where she has built a body of […]

Elyor Nematov | Labor migration

Elyor’s photo essay is titled “I am a Foreigner,” and documents labor migration from Central Asia to Russia.

Corinna Kern | Living on the fringe of society

Corinna Kern, who joins Reportage Emerging Talent, gives intimate insight into peoples’ lives on the fringes of society.

Peter Dench chooses the photo that means the most to him

In this series, we ask photographers to look back over their careers and choose a picture that means the most to them. I’m known for my more humorous photographs and believe humor can be an important tool in delivering a serious message. However, sometimes photography shouldn’t be funny, clever or humorous. At times, it just […]