Posts Tagged ‘Reuters’

Eight Photographers Win Reuters Photojournalism Grants of $5K

Posted by on Wednesday May 16, 2018 | Awards/Contests/Grants, Photojournalism

© Gabriel Scarlett
An image from grant winner Gabriel Scarlett’s project “On Poisoned Land,” which looks at how the Navajo living on the Navajo Nation Reservation suffer from decades of uranium contamination from mines that fed the U.S. nuclear program. © Gabriel Scarlett

Eight photographers have won the first Reuters photojournalism grants of $5,000, the news service announced today. Reuters created the grant program to support “a diverse new generation of photojournalists” who can tell stories from new and different perspectives. Reuters launched the initiative last year at Visa pour l‘image international festival of photojournalism in Perpignan, France.... More

Reuters Giving $5K Grants to Develop Diverse Next Generation of Photojournalists

Posted by on Tuesday September 5, 2017 | Photojournalism

International news agency Reuters will launch a new series of photojournalism grants this week at Visa pour l‘Image international festival of photojournalism in Perpignan, France. In an effort to identify and aid “a diverse new generation of photojournalists,” Reuters will give up to eight $5,000 US grants this year to help photographers work on projects,... More

Reuters Rules Out RAW, Experts Respond

Posted by on Monday November 23, 2015 | Photo Manipulation, Photojournalism

Reuters will no longer permit its photographers and freelancers to submit RAW images for publication. As first reported by Michael Zhang, Reuters instituted the ban on RAW images in the name of both speed and ethics. Photographers will be required to submit original JPEGs instead. “As photojournalists working for the world’s largest international multimedia news... More

HuffPost Ignoring PhotoJ Credits For Images of Kiev Clashes

Posted by on Thursday January 23, 2014 | Media, Photojournalism

Yesterday Huffington Post UK published “29 Incredible Pictures Of Kiev Transformed Into A Warzone,” but didn’t bother to caption or credit the images to the photojournalists who are risking personal harm to create them. (Oddly, another gallery published by the Huffington Post empire using some of the same images did include proper credits and captions.) Several... More

What Did Reuters Pay a Teenager to Cover the Syrian Conflict?

Posted by on Friday December 27, 2013 | Photojournalism

Molhem Barakat, the 18-year-old Reuters stringer who was killed in Syria on December 20, had told another photographer that Reuters paid him $100 a day for uploading a set of 10 pictures, according to a report on Global Voices. Barakat also told the photographer, Prague-based photojournalist Stanislav Krupar, that Reuters paid him a bonus of... More

John McCain’s iPhone Poker: A Brief History of Long-Lens Gotchas

Posted by on Wednesday September 4, 2013 | Photojournalism, Photos In The News

Yesterday photographer Melina Mara of The Washington Post got a photo of Senator John McCain playing poker on his iPhone during the Senate hearing on military action in Syria. Mara’s photo is the most widely seen photo of yesterday’s meeting of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. This isn’t the first time a sharp-eyed photographer... More