This multimedia compilation showcases Paula Bronstein’s work from Laos and features an interview with her discussing the project.
Watch Sebastian Liste discuss his work from Nicaragua documenting the issue of landmines and unexploded remnants of war.
This year Getty Images is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of its grants programme, which has awarded more than $1.2 million to date, by offering $130,000 to photographers.
Reportage by Getty Images photographers travelled to 5 countries to document the issue of landmines and unexploded remnants of war. Watch Marco Di Lauro discuss his work from Iraq.
In 2013, renowned photographer Eugene Richards received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to continue his project ‘War is Personal.'
In 2012, photographer Bharat Choudhary received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to examine the roots of 'Islamophobia' in Marseille, France
In 2011, Stanley Greene was awarded a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to follow the trail of electronic trash that is creating by modern technology.
In 2010, Miquel Dewever-Plana received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to focus on Guatemala’s ‘Other War’ – the gang violence that was engulfing the country.
Brenda Ann Kenneally received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2009 for her long-term project ‘Upstate Girls.'
Lynsey Addario was awarded a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2008 for her work documenting the crisis in Darfur.
Jonathan Torgovnik was awarded a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2007 for his project ‘Intended Consequences.’
Kristen Ashburn was awarded a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2006 for her project on HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa.
David S. Holloway winning a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2005 for documenting white nationalism in the US.
Reportage by Getty Images photographers travelled to 5 countries to document the issue of landmines and unexploded remnants of war. Watch Véronique de Viguerie discuss her work from Bosnia.
Reportage by Getty Images photographers travelled to 5 countries to document the issue of landmines and unexploded remnants of war. Watch Brent Stirton discuss his work from Mozambique.
Chris Hondros Fund Founder Christina Piaia talks to us about the Fund’s mission and this year’s award recipients for photojournalism.
'God's Ivory,' a short documentary by Reportage photographer Brent Stirton and filmmaker Andrew Hida, has been nominated in the 18th Annual Webby Awards. We need your votes!
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
Late last month marked the one year anniversary of ADWN?, a campaign launched by a group within the media and photojournalism communities to raise awareness of the risks faced by journalists and photojournalists in war zones on a daily basis.
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.
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.
In the build-up to this year's Academy Awards, Lucia Debieux, Fashion Editor at Marie Claire takes us through the 30 most iconic Oscar dresses of all time...
Daniel Berehulak won first place photographer of the year in the 71st Annual Pictures of the Year International awards - we speak with him about the awards and his recent work
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Frazer Harrison recalls what it was like covering Michael Jackson on trial.
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.
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.
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’
Global trade in ivory was banned in 1989, and should have meant an end to poaching. Nothing could be further from the truth.
A Day Without News? Global campaign highlights new risks for photojournalists.
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…