These images are not a part of any newspaper agency/press as they are simply to denote the chaos and the terror that has engulfed the city on that fateful day.
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The Carmignac photojournalism Award funds an emerging photographer to visit areas of the world where human rights and freedom of speech are violated.
That time is late afternoon, a beautiful light ray fall on the destruction old building in Nepal! What’s going on here? Why photojournalist taking pictures
Turkey has faced demanding times, topped by the government’s brutal response to mass protests in June of last year. According to a recent report by Amnesty International, the opposition which
24th April 2013, it was just like an another random day for all the Bangladeshi people. A day started with lots of pressure with work for the working people and
My project discoverd the issues which hover over the head covering worn in public by some Muslim women.
The photo exhibition “Beyond Rational Thought’ takes on the territory where the documentary and art merge for the sake of a singular aim, a fundamental humanity.
This retrospective exhibition traces the development of Chim’s career as an intellectually engaged photojournalist, placing his life and work in the broader context of 1930s–50s photography and European politics.
It’s common to hear photojournalists described as the eyes of the world, acting as witnesses to events that we would otherwise not see. To some extent this is true, but
Writer(s): Stephen Mayes
All three manage to live a normal life in a society that segregates them as “ill people”, despite the unbreakable fact that they are human beings, just the same as
After more than a year of violent repression and thousands of deaths, broke out in Syria a real civil war. The FSA rebels are fighting against the army of Bashar
At 7.30 in the morning, the Catalan police began the operation to remove hundreds of demonstrators that were camping day and night in Plaza Catalonia, in the center of
East Timor is one of the poorest countries in the world coming off the back of decades of brutal Indonesian rule.
Neveh Shaanan, a little old quarter not more than 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Tel Aviv, has become a modern Tower of Babel. Within its few little