press photographer


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Noun1.press photographer - a photographer who works for a newspaper
lensman, photographer - someone who takes photographs professionally
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press photographer

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PRESS photographer Justin Kernoghan has won a leading industry award for his picture of Martin McGuinness.
HYDERABAD -- The ritual last of senior press photographer Shujauddin Shaikh held here on Tuesday evening at Tando Yousuf Graveyard.
In Australia, as the only female staff photographer at The Age, Stephens noted that there were times when cultural and religious reasons required that a female press photographer be sent to cover the story.
An Associated Press photographer saw three bodies behind police lines, lying on a sidewalk.
An Associated Press photographer saw about a hundred activists rush the building.
Garry, 46, left, was named Calumet Scottish Press Photographer of the Year at the first ever Scottish Press Photography Awards.
PRESS photographer Ted Cottrell found himself on the other end of the lens when fellow snappers gathered to celebrate his 70th birthday.
The Detroit Free Press has reported that no criminal charges will be filed against Mandi Wright, a Free Press photographer or the Detroit police officer who seized her cell phone and then arrested her in July.
Israeli forces injured four journalists: Musa al-Shaer, France Press photographer, who was shot in Aida refugee camp in Bethlehem, photographer Hamzeh Burnat who was shot in Bil'in village and the two photographers Ibrahim al-Najjar and Mohammed al-Hajjar while they were reporting the events for Palestine News Network at the borders with the Gaza Strip.
I hope that the prize for the spot news picture of 1962 will go to that Associated Press photographer who caught Mrs.
The BOC has banned press photographers to shoot photos of the explosion site in Karrada, targeted against the office of the Integrity Commission, killing and wounding dozens of civilians and completely destroying the building," an Iraqi press photographer told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
The late press photographer ranged Britain and beyond from the Guardian's Manchester office for 36 years, producing pictures illustrating his sharp-eyed view of the world.