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“There are people all over the world who do not have a voice,” Ann Curry said. "...it moves me to be able to give these people a voice.”...

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Honoring Chris Hondros-Mirror in Fallujah- June 05- Photo by Chris Hondros

Honoring Chris Hondros

April 19, 2013 | 4 Comments

Today – as we have every day since April 20, 2011 – we remember our friend and colleague, photojournalist Chris Hondros....

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Getty Images Royal Photographer Chris Jackson joins Prince Harry as he visits his charity Sentebale, which helps vulnerable children in Lesotho, South Africa....

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Hulton Archive celebrates the 75th anniversary of Picture Post magazine in October 2013 and in this monthly series we’re taking a look...

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Can you imagine A Day Without News?

February 22, 2013 | 1 Comments

Getty Images and CEO Jonathan Klein support A Day Without News?, a campaign to protect journalists and photojournalists in conflict zones....

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Hulton Archive celebrates the 75th anniversary of Picture Post magazine in October 2013 and in this monthly series...

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This Year in Focus is a testament to our team and the power of our imagery. But, of course, the real magic is inside. Let’s begin with the cover....

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GERMANY - JULY 04: Reproduction made by the German camera manufacturer Leitz. Oskar Barnack (1879-1936) developed this, the prototype for the first small commercial Leica camera between 1912 and 1914, whilst he was head of the experimental department at Leitz. The camera was fitted with a helical focusing lens in a collapsible mount and a focal plane shutter of the roller blind type. Although Leitz had never produced cameras for the general market they had a considerable reputation for producing high quality optical instruments. The revolutionary Leica was eventually launched on the market in 1925. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)

Celebrating 100 years of the Leica

January 28, 2013 | 1 Comments

As in all great periods of creativity, the invention of the Leica was one of several elements that came together to create the Picture Post legend....

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So how do you pull just a handfull of images to represent a whole year? It's no easy task, let me assure you....

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The Royal Couple’s desire to see as much as possible on the last leg of the Diamond Jubilee Tour meant a great deal of jetting around in order to keep up!...

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Photographer Ken Regan passed away this week, and we are sad at the loss of not only such an incredible photographer and person – but also a friend....

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On Oct. 29, renowned architecture photographer Iwan Baan found himself in New York to shoot a museum opening. Only problem? A storm was coming....

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The pageantry of the event was, for me, the most interesting part of coverage. People arrived wearing every conceivable hat or pin......

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I made a lot images of the kids romping through the blizzard of paper, but when Carly formed a confetti angel, I knew the picture was right in front of me....

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