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That is why we decided to launch the new Contour by Getty Images portrait prize, aimed at advancing the career of an emerging photographer regardless of age...

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We know visual communication has the power to promote positive change in the world, and our Getty Images Creative Grants program is one way we help make it happen. We are now accepting entries with...

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Using imagery to embrace aging

December 1, 2011 | 4 Comments

Editor’s note: The author of this post, Barbara Alper, was named as a 2011 Getty Images Grants for Good finalist.  Her work has appeared in such publications as the New York Times, Time, Newsweek and The...

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Valley Lost to Flood; Innocence to Oppression

March 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

  Editor’s note: Edwin Koo is a 2010 winner of the Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography. His proposal to document Pakistan’s Swat Valley captivated our judges last year and opened our eyes to the...

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We don’t talk about it often, but as a company, we are keenly aware of how our business affects individuals and society on many levels, everyday. Imagery is powerful. And, as such, we are grateful...

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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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Eyes on the ($30,000) Prize

June 27, 2008 | 0 Comments

As a July 15 Deadline Looms, Photojournalists the World Over Are Channeling Their Inner Gene Smith… American photojournalist W.Eugene Smith poses for portrait March 1, 1977 in New York City. (Photo by Arnold Newman/Getty Images)...

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Picture courtesy of Lorena Ros – Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography winner – February 2008 Calling all photojournalists interested in winning one of five $20,000 grants – please apply by May 15, 2008. Getty...

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