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Paul Henson Jan 25
'Its all been done before' is nothing new. The artistic brick wall and how to climb it.
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Federico Goria 10h
RT : Photo of the Day | From ‘Wasteland’ by Kadir van Lohuizen (mediakadir), about how different societies across the world manage their waste. Awarded in the 2018 Photo Contest: — World Press Photo (WorldPres…
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Federico Goria Jan 25
RT : “The story doesn’t begin with the image and it doesn’t end with the image.” Read more from colinpantall’s eighth article in a year-long series of articles on truth, ethics and storytelling in photography, on Witness: — World Press …
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Federico Goria 15h
RT : “Photographs don’t just tell us stories, they tell us how to see.” - Savannah Dodd and Andrew Jackson on why photojournalism needs to expand its focus and radically reconsider what constitutes ‘good’ photography: — World Press Phot…
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Federico Goria Jan 26
RT : Do you have a story focusing on the impacts of and solutions to climate change? Apply for the Gettyimages climatevisuals Grants for your chance to win $10,000 to support the development of your project. Learn more: — World Press …
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Nazrralat Jan 27
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Federico Goria 19h
RT : Heba Khamis is visual researcher whose work focuses on social issues related to the body. This week we’ve shared some of her projects on our Instagram account, including 'Banned Beauty' and 'Black Birds', awarded in the 2018 and 2019 Photo Contests: …
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Federico Goria Jan 26
RT : From ‘Kontakt’ by talent Máté Bartha, a project raising questions about attitudes toward strict discipline, weapons, war, and their place in society. Discover his work, on Witness: — World Press …
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Federico Goria 22h
RT : Participate in Human Rights Watch (hrw) Weekend, taking place from 6-8 February at DeBalie in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The program includes projections, discussions, meetups and more to reflect on human rights. Find out more: — …
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Federico Goria Jan 25
RT : Photo of the Day | Members of opposing teams, the Up’ards and Down’ards, grapple for the ball during the historic, annual match in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, UK. ‘Royal Shrovetide Football’ by Olivier Scarff (oliscarff), awarded in the 2018 Photo Contest: …
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Federico Goria Jan 26
RT : Photo of the Day | A flying fish swims below the surface in the Gulf Stream late at night, offshore from Palm Beach, Florida, USA. ‘Flying Fish in Motion’ by Michael Patrick O'Neill was awarded in the Nature category of the 2018 Photo Contest: …
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Federico Goria Jan 26
RT : “The photographer needs to be aware of the surroundings, it’s not always just the action that makes the best [sports] picture.” This week Chris McGrath, Abby Nicolas & Jean-Denis Walter selected the best sports photographs of 2019. Meet the ju…
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Federico Goria Jan 26
RT : Photo of the Day | Jesse Jaso enters the Unity Teepee at the Sacred Stone protest camp, opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline project. From ‘Standing Rock’ by Amber Bracken (photobracken, BuzzFeedNews), awarded in the 2017 Photo Contest: …
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Federico Goria Jan 24
RT : Hi ichy84, Thank you for your comment. Please get in touch with our exhibition partner in Rotterdam at . They will be able to help you with your request. — World Press Photo (WorldPressPhoto) January 24, 2020
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Federico Goria Jan 23
RT : While reporting from military-themed summer camps for children and adolescents, ‘Kontakt’, by talent from Europe Máté Bartha, raises questions about their place in our society. Discover the project, on Witness: pic.twitter.…
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Hailey Rains Jan 23
You might not have noticed these gorgeous portraits at the back of today’s event! These details are worth seeking out! Find this stunning portrait and more on the 1st Amendment Forum on the 2nd floor of the Cronkite building.
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Robyn Dec 11
And she's back at it again, pulling out all the stops.
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Sebastian Rich Nov 28
The sleep of innocence. A baby sleeps on his mother’s lap while attending a UNICEF supported clinic,Somalia #
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𝙙𝙤𝙠𝙖𝙟𝙪𝙣𝙠 ▶️ Jan 26
Ik dacht dat ze oververmoeid waren van een training, maar na het lezen van de tekst bleken ze de slappe lach te hebben.... Niet altijd je ogen geloven dus.
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Sascha 🇪🇺 Jan 26
Hallo -Timeline. Ich durfte die -Ausstellung in Budapest sehen und sage daher: schreibt es in den Kalender und alle hin da!
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