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“You Must Treat a Camera Like a Key…”

July 12, 2010 | 5 Comments

Getty Images Fellow, Bonile Bam, recalls his time in the U.S. and shares his recent photography projects in South Africa with the Nelson Mandela Foundation....

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On the Road

June 22, 2010 | 1 Comments

First glimpse of the sun coming up around 2 hours in to our journey After my only day off during the first round of the World Cup, my team of Getty Images photographers hit the...

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Last September Krisanne Johnson was awarded a grant from our Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography program. We are delighted to announce that she has completed her project and has provided a summary of her...

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Keeping Their Eye on the Ball

April 8, 2010 | 5 Comments

The 2010 Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Programme (PDP) is currently underway with a record enrollment of 22 students from across the continent. Students from Kenya, South Africa and Zimbabwe have joined the course which is...

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Capturing Great Shots of Extreme Athletes

January 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

SWITZERLAND – JANUARY 15: Shinsuke Tayama of Japan tries to gain control of his sled during the Men’s FIBT Skeleton World Cup Round 7 at the Olympic Bobrun on January 15, 2010 in St Moritz,...

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Shadowing U.S. troops in Taliban country

November 2, 2009 | 2 Comments

The Army had this elaborate plan to find the caves. Dozens of soldiers would be dropped via helicopter into an isolated valley in Taliban country, each carrying enough equipment, food and water for several days...

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A Camel Caravan

October 19, 2009 | 1 Comments

The Americans left the earthen walls of their base around dawn, taking a left on the dusty unpaved path that runs outside, in the direction of the boarder with Pakistan.  But they weren’t going that...

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Shooting in the Line of Fire

October 14, 2009 | 3 Comments

We are delighted to share the following post, created by Jacklynne Hobbs from Market Photo Workshop. It has been a season of strikes and protests in South Africa, with demonstrators spilling into the streets of...

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Winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, Kai Wiedenhöefer has recently completed his project entitled Sharon’s Wall: Holy Land, Divided Lands In his project summary, Kai writes, “During a sunset in August 2005...

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Scott Lewis, winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, recently completed the project where he documents immigration and the influx of new religions, faiths and worships. In his summary, Lewis writes “Since the...

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Andrew Testa, winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, has recently completed his project entitled New Beginning for Kosovo. In his project summary, Testa writes, “With Kosovo’s widely expected independence delayed by Russian...

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Rena Effendi, winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, recently completed her project entitled Pipedreams: a chronicle of lives along the pipeline in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey.    Effendi writes, “Pipedreams is my...

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Winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, Simon Roberts recently completed his project entitled The Russian Army. Roberts writes, “My study begins with an exploration of the military in Russian society, looking at...

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Photographer Majid Saeedi Arrested in Iran

July 13, 2009 | 2 Comments

A note from Jonathan Klein Majid Saeedi, a freelance photographer for Getty Images, is one of many dedicated photojournalists providing images from the current situation in Iran. In the course of completing this important work,...

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