Photojournalism Festival Visa pour l'Image Opens 30 August

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.

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A Legacy of War | Marco Di Lauro

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.

A Legacy of War | Véronique de Viguerie

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.

A Legacy of War | Brent Stirton

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.

In the News | Inside the camps of Khazair

Photographer Spencer Platt recently visited Iraq on a mission to document what is happening to the people there. Here’s his story…

One on one with Christina Piaia

Chris Hondros Fund Founder Christina Piaia talks to us about the Fund’s mission and this year’s award recipients for photojournalism.

Allison Joyce | #mygettyoffice

Photojournalist Allison Joyce relocated from New York to Bangladesh in 2013. She gives us a look at her 'office' through Instagram.

Editorial Grant Winner Eugene Richards Reflects on “War is Personal”

Two-time Getty Images Editorial Grant winner Eugene Richards takes us on an intensely emotional and powerful journey, as he shares his experience working on his grant project “War is Personal.”

Nostalgia for Mother Russia

Photographer Dan Kitwood recalls joining election staff to collect votes from the elderly residents of Bakhchysarai, 30km south west of Crimea’s Capital.

The Photographer Who Gave His Life to Tell the Truth About Libya

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.

The Slums and Homeless of Kolkata

Entertainment Photographer Samir Hussein is used to shooting red carpet events and catwalk shows so going to Kolkata with The Hope Foundation to capture the people of the slums presented a new challenge.

Behind the Shoot: International Committee of the Red Cross

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.

The Aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan

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.

Kosuke Okahara: Fragments of Fukushima

Winner of a 2012 Getty Images Editorial Grant, Kosuke Okahara photographed the ongoing effects of the Fukushima Nuclear plant explosion.

Cathy Murphy: How a photograph changed my life

Photographer Cathy Murphy tells of a chance encounter with Cesar Chavez that led her to documenting history...

Can objectivity exist within photojournalism?

Aidan Sullivan, Vice President of Photo Assignments, Getty Images, and Getty senior staff photographer John Moore discuss.

Ballet school

Watch Pascal Le Segretain as he shoots behind the scenes at the Paris Opera Ballet School…

Peter Dench: The photo I took that meant the most to me

Documenting alcohol culture, learning from the not-funny photo

Brent Stirton: The photo I took that meant the most to me

How a dead silver-backed gorilla opened a photojournalist’s eyes.

Immigration in America

Discover the story of those facing incredible danger to cross the borders into the USA.

Tom Stoddart: The photo I took that meant the most to me

Renowned Photojournalist Recounts ‘Woman of Sarajevo’

India: child slavery

Child-trafficking and slavery still blight India. Watch Daniel Berehulak document the experiences of children who work in a coal mine…

Portraits of hope

What are some of the ongoing effects of the Japanese tsunami in 2011? Watch Adam Pretty behind the lens…