This multimedia compilation showcases Paula Bronstein’s work from Laos and features an interview with her discussing the project.
Dan Kitwood has just returned to the UK after capturing the aftermath of two weeks of intense bombing in Gaza. He shares his experiences...
Against the eclectic backdrop of Jewels of the Archive, award-winning photographer Tom Stoddart discusses his work with Matthew Butson, Head of the Hulton Archive.
Photographer Spencer Platt recently visited Iraq on a mission to document what is happening to the people there. Here’s his story…
We meet up with Meredith Dake, Multimedia Editor for CQ Roll Call, who notes that if there’s one thing digging through the archives has taught her, it’s that captions are king.
Last year, Laurence Griffiths used his Getty Images Editorial Fellowship to document football in the favelas of Rio and what it means to the children there. Here's his behind the scenes diary...
"As the Ukrainians got closer one started shouting, ordering them to turn back, and when the Ukrainians ignored him, another took aim with his machine gun." Sean Gallup recalls an unexpected moment.
Photojournalist Allison Joyce relocated from New York to Bangladesh in 2013. She gives us a look at her 'office' through Instagram.
A recap of last week's event, commemorating photojournalist Chris Hondros and the launch of TESTAMENT, a book dedicated to his photographs and essays.
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
Chip Somodevilla's offices range from the White House, the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon to the State Department. Find out what it's like to always be on the road in Washington, DC.
Getty Images CEO Jonathan Klein shares his memories of Chris Hondros, the photojournalist who was killed while covering the Libyan conflict in 2011 in The Guardian newspaper.
Go behind the scenes with Ethan Miller as he tackles an unusual assignment.
Our photographers use the tag #mygettyoffice on Instgram to show us where in the world they are. Peter Macdiarmid discusses his office during the UK floods.
Besides our photographers, find out what other roles are involved in bringing our imagery to the world. We chat to Managing Editor at Reportage by Getty Images, Lauren Steel.
Uriel Sinai shares what it’s like to be a photojournalist working amid the dangers of war – and his dedication to telling both sides of every story.
Bill Wallauer discusses his work with the Jane Goodall Institute, filming and helping to save the wild chimpanzees of Tanzania’s Gombe National Park.
On a cold day in February, Dan Kitwood didn't expect sun to break through and create a glorious vista of the London skyline.
Besides our photographers, find out what other roles are involved in bringing our imagery to the world. We chat to Director of Photography for EMEA, Bette Lynch.
Read how news photographer Chris Furlong got a prime position at one of the world's biggest religious events.
The 360 images allow the photographer expand his/her horizons and capture the world in a new way. Learn how.
Matt Eich is one of the winners of the 2013 Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography. He discusses his ongoing project 'Sin & Salvation in Baptist Town'.
A promise between two best friends meant one wearing a dress to the other's funeral, depending on who died first. Jeff Mitchell talks about this unexpected moment.
Mario Tama details the stories behind his powerful images of 9/11, the US presidential election and pre- and post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans.
Peter Macdiarmid was woken at 6.a.m on a cold December morning to a loud thud that turned out to be the Buncefield oil explosion.
Sometimes what seems to be a routine photo assignment can lead to a photographer capturing an unexpected moment.
Getty Images uses Instagram to share the behind-the-scenes activity that goes in to creating our content. View the best of these images from 2013.
Reportage by Getty Images worked with the International Committee of the Red Cross on their latest campaign. Go behind the scenes on this shoot in our video.
Photographer Dan Kitwood has been named as a finalist in the prestigious 2014 Sony World Photography Awards for his work documenting the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
When Oli Scarff went once again to capture the Lord Mayor’s Banquet, little did he expect why his image of David Cameron would be so out of the ordinary.
Winner of a 2012 Getty Images Editorial Grant, Kosuke Okahara photographed the ongoing effects of the Fukushima Nuclear plant explosion.
Aidan Sullivan, Vice President of Photo Assignments, Getty Images, and Getty senior staff photographer John Moore discuss.
Watch Pascal Le Segretain as he shoots behind the scenes at the Paris Opera Ballet School…
Documenting alcohol culture, learning from the not-funny photo
How a dead silver-backed gorilla opened a photojournalist’s eyes.
Renowned Photojournalist Recounts ‘Woman of Sarajevo’
Child-trafficking and slavery still blight India. Watch Daniel Berehulak document the experiences of children who work in a coal mine…
What are some of the ongoing effects of the Japanese tsunami in 2011? Watch Adam Pretty behind the lens…