New York City, NY | June 28, 2015 Liz and Jeanine share a tender moment of love during the NYC Pride Parade. The United States Supreme Court made history on Friday by overturning bans and legalizing...

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Travel with people who have the same agenda as you. For me, that means stopping to shoot as much as possible. Iceland - February 2015©Lauren Randolph

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Survivors – Images Of A World To Preserve Photo by Filipe Silva Join us at Jornadas do viajante: http://www.lighttravelers.com/2013/05/25/sobreviventes/

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Photography: An Agent for ChangeWith his documentary project, “The Long Night,” photographer Tim Matsui didn’t aspire to simply raise awareness child sex trafficking in America. Through active community engagement around the country, Tim wanted to truly inform the public and change practices and policies that lead to the exploitation of minors.Tim was supported in this work by the Alexia Foundation, which is now offering a one-day seminar to help photographers learn to use photography to effect...

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New Delhi, India | September 27, 2015 A young boy climbs on the remains of Quwat-ul-Islam mosque part of the Qutub Minar Complex. Behind him rises the 74m tall minaret, a major tourist and cultural destination and a Unesco world heritage site. Well, it was a great day photographing in New Delhi for World Tourism Day and the helloworldRELAY. I am covered in green and yellow stone dust, sweaty, and a bit tired so I’m am now passing the torch to Gavin Pickford in Cape Town, South Africa!...

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Union, NJ | November 6, 2014 Moody return home. #photojournalism #documentary #reportage #streetphotography #nj #moody #landscape #clicheraindroppicture

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In the fall of 2001, the award-winning American photojournalist Paula Bronstein travelled to Afghanistan on assignment for Getty Images to document the U.S-led “Occupation Enduring Freedom” in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. Captivated by the indomitable resilience and spirit of the Afghan people and the rugged beauty of their country’s landscape, Bronstein has made Afghanistan her mission ever since. She has returned to the country repeatedly over the past 14 years to document the lives of the Af...

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jimmymarble: You guys!  My banners are for sale on the internet!  I launched a shop.  You can buy them here!   Buy a hundred of them!  Buy ten million! Hope you love them! www.jimmymarble.com You really should buy ten million. Jimmy is a multi-talented, generally awesome guy, who is now selling his rad banners to the public. Get ‘em while they’re hot, it’ll make you a happier person!

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Bryan Denton, a freelance photographer for the New York Times, has been named this year’s recipient of the Chris Hondros Fund award, which comes with a $20,000 grant to support his documentary work. On receiving the award, Denton told TIME:It’s not just an accolade. It’s a motivational award too.Kiani Hayeri was awarded the prize for Emerging Photography. She is a former Getty Images Reportage Emerging Talent recipient whose work focuses on the impact of war on younger generations in her native...

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August 3, 2012  Pamela Ross
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A protester on Pennsylvania Avenue after a night of rioting and looting following the funeral of Freddie Gray, on April 28, 2015 in Baltimore, MD. Gray, 25, died in police custody following an arrest. We’re very happy to announce that photographer Andrew Renneisen has joined Reportage as a Featured Photographer. A frequent contributor to the New York Times, Renneisen has covered stories including Haitian Holy Week, racial tensions in the US, and Syrian Refugees resettling in Michigan. See more o...

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September 26, 2014

Uma, 6, with her bike at dusk, on Rockaway Beach in Queens, New York. Instagram photo by Reportage contributor Sara Naomi Lewkowicz, whom Uma told she’s “getting ready to take the training wheels off.”See more of Sara’s work on the Reportage website.

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“One thing worse than Auschwitz itself would be if we forget that a place like this ever existed,” Roman Kent, survivor. This image was made at the Auschwitz Museum, in a room filled with thousands of shoes, the victims of the camp’s gas chambers. The legacy of the Holocaust was my primary motivation for becoming a conflict photographer at the beginning of my career. While I was influenced by the documentation of Rwanda, the Balkans, and Chechnya - events that occurred in my...

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#auschwitz70, #auschwitz, #documentary, #photojournalism

Paris, France | 2017 Some more faces from the 2017 Wrestling World Championships! I have hundreds of wrestler portraits I’ve gone through, looking for moments off the mats. #busted #wrestling #sportsphotography #lutte2017 #paris #france #makeportraits

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The Natural History Museum of London has recognized Reportage photographer Brent Stirton as the 2014 Wildlife Photojournalist of the Year, for his work “Living With Lions.” The photoessay, which was originally published in National Geographic Magazine, highlights the ways in which the lives of humans and lions are inextricably linked, from communities at risk of attack to “canned-lion hunts,” in which the animals are bred for game. Brent won the same award from the Natura...

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New York City, NY | July 29, 2015 Not as crowded today on the subway. Old school writing with a pen and paper while carrying a Zabars bag. #photojournalism #documentary #reportage #streetphotography #subway #newyorkcity #nyc #imisspenandpaper

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New York City, NY | January 12, 2015 The big wet apple. #makesomethingnew #landscape #itswetoutthere

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August 6, 2012  chr1s jacks0n

This week I traveled to Hong Kong to work with Conrad Hotels as they launched #StayInspired, a concierge service that offers suggestions of 1, 3, and 5 hour experiences in cities like Tokyo, NYC, London, Singapore, and Istanbul.I saw the Hong Kong from the streets, and from above. Exploring as many districts as I could: Wan Chai, Soho, North Point, Tai Ping Shan, and Causeway Bay. Ate my way around at some of the best restaurants, and saw a few great galleries.  Hong Kong has really been on my l...

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Reportage Emerging Talent: Capucine Granier-DeferreCapucine Granier-Deferre, a French-American photographer based in Paris, is the latest addition to the Getty Images Reportage Emerging Talent roster. In recent years she has distinguished herself with photoessays on topics as varied as the war in Ukraine, domestic protests in France and a moving story of a young Haitian with a congenital heart defect.After studying Economy and graduating from Icart-Photo School in 2011, Capucine started document...

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It’s always amazing when you get to work with friends. Here’s a couple group photos with our wonderful crew after our 2 day Redneck Island shoot for CMT. (Stone Cold!!!!)

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The mountains of Darfur provide the only measure of safety for women and children escaping air and ground attacks by their own government. Sudanese president Omar al Bashir, in a campaign declared genocide by the international community, continues to bombard rebel groups and civilians in Darfur. The conflict has killed almost half a million people and displaced millions more. Photographer Adriane Ohanesian has worked in Sudan and South Sudan since 2012. In her project The Forgotten Mountains she...

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I got the pleasure of getting to know Gareth Pon while he was traveling through Europe from South Africa. Making great friends from all over the world is a wonderful thing.  Berlin, Germany - July 2014 ©Lauren Randolph

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The Photography Master Retreat, a one-week workshop in the south of France, is a unique opportunity for 16 photographers to reflect on their work in the mentorship of four renowned industry professionals. They are seeking applicants who are passionate about their photography - documentary, fine art or conceptual - and committed to taking it to the next level. The mentors include:Elisabeth Biondi - Visuals editor for The New Yorker from 1996 to 2011 and now an independent curator, writer and teac...

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yahoonewsphotos: Gordon Parks: Segregation Story In September 1956 Life published a photo-essay by Gordon Parks entitled “The Restraints: Open and Hidden” which documented the everyday activities and rituals of one extended African American family living in the rural South under Jim Crow segregation. One of the most powerful photographs depicts Joanne Thornton Wilson and her niece, Shirley Anne Kirksey standing in front of a theater in Mobile, Alabama, an image which became a forceful “weapon o...

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Irvington, NJ | May 31, 2015 Apparently it’s raining. A lot. #photojournalism #documentary #reportage #streetphotography #shotfromacar #rainrain

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September 9, 2012  .insomniac

‘In every country the craziest people come from the mountains, and here it is all mountains. There is a tendency to do first and think after.’ -Reportage by Getty Images Featured Photographer Justyna Mielnikiewicz, on the emotional intensity of people from the southern Caucasus. Mielnikiewicz recently published a book of her decade-long work in the region, titled Woman with a Monkey. Read more on National Geographic Proof.

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#justyna_mielnikiewicz, #caucasus, #georgia, #chechnya, #books, #photo_book