photojournalism

Outrage ensues as a photo of a woman killed by Hamas wins a photo contest

Apr 4, 2024
Sagiv Gilburd

A controversial photo of Shani Louk, a German-Israeli victim of the 7/10 massacre, won a photo competition at the Missouri School of Journalism [this is…

National Geographic photographer Ami Vitale reveals how to make a difference through photography

Mar 22, 2024
Alex Baker

National Geographic photographer and conservation activist Ami Vitale needs little introduction. Her work champions the wildlife and people who find themselves in front of her…

News agencies issue ‘kill’ notice on Princess Kate photo due to photoshopping

Mar 11, 2024
Alex Baker

Major news and photo agencies have issed a ‘kill’ notice on the recent photo of the Princess of Wales and her children. The palace officially…

Associated Press appoints the first woman to be Director of Photography

Mar 5, 2024
Alex Baker

The Associated Press announced that it has appointed its first female Director of Photography, photojournalist Lucy Nicholson. Nicholson will take over from J. David Ake…

Thai journalist and photographer arrested for “vandalism” after merely reporting about it

Feb 16, 2024
Dunja Djudjic

Two Thai journalists were arrested and detained overnight while reporting about anti-monarchy protests. This sparked outrage and raised concerns about press freedom in the country,…

Sebastião Salgado awarded for Outstanding Contribution to Photography

Nov 14, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado is one of the most accomplished and celebrated photographers working today. The World Photography Organisation awarded him the Outstanding Contribution to…

Maui wedding photographer raises awareness after devastating fires

Aug 15, 2023
Alex Baker

A Maui wedding photographer has been rallying efforts to get information out about the devasting fires that razed the historic town of Lahaina to the…

Photo agencies band together in open letter pleading for AI rules

Aug 11, 2023
Alex Baker

A coalition of photo agencies and media organisations has issued an open letter asking to address the impact of AI on intellectual property rights and…

Celebrated French photojournalist Marie-Laure de Decker dies aged 75

Jul 17, 2023
Alex Baker

Renowned French artist Marie-Laure de Decker, who transitioned from modelling to becoming a highly respected war photographer, sadly passed away at 75, according to a…

Photojournalist tells how his image helped reveal an illegal CIA operation

Jun 15, 2023
Alex Baker

It’s not every day that one of your images helps uncover major government cover-ups. However, the work of photojournalists often does reveal such secrets. It’s…