news photography


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Noun1.news photography - photography of newsworthy eventsnews photography - photography of newsworthy events  
photojournalism - journalism that presents a story primarily through the use of pictures
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The awards cover 17 categories, including Journalist of the Year, environment reporting, investigative reporting, reporting on women's issues, news photography, information graphics and editorial cartooning.
Caption: New York Times contributor Daniel Berehulak (center) celebrates with members of the newsroom after winning the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography (see his photos at left).
Collin Andrew was the winner in the spot news photography cate gory for his photo of Eugene police capturing a suspect in the Amazon Creek in south Eugene.
Savior to Street Oldies' by Rillon bagged the Gold in the Best Feature Photography category, while Lerma's viral photograph, 'Lamentation,' won the Silver for Best News Photography.
The Pulitzer called Hossaini's captivating image - which he won the breaking news photography award for - "heartbreaking.
Bulgarian photographer Stoyan Nenov is part of of the Thomson Reuters staff that won a Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News Photography on Monday.
During the past two decades, Cheryl has won several awards from the New Orleans Press Club for her work on social issues and news photography.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A photograph capturing the notorious incident in which an aide of the prime minister kicked a protester on the ground received the "Journalism of the Year" prize in the area of news photography on Tuesday.
Louis Post-Dispatch was honored in the breaking news photography category for its images of the racial unrest touched off by the deadly police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
President of BNA News Photography Centre, who is in charge of BNA pavilion in the gallery, Daij Darwish Sharida said the participation reflects keenness to project Bahrain's identity and authentic heritage through a selected collection of photos taken by the news agency's photographers.
Carol Quirke, Eyes on Labor: News Photography and America's Working Class (New York: Oxford University Press 2012)
In contrast, the news photography I see everyday shows a stark version of reality that deserves to be highlighted, and makes these other images seem cheap and silly.