Topic: Getty Images

The collapsed minaret of mosque seen from the destroyed living room of a Palestinian family in a building across the street in Gaza City, Gaza Strip, July 30, 2014.
The Backstory

Inside Gaza and Israel: Two Photographers, One War

As the death toll rises in the war between Israel and Hamas, TIME LightBox profiles two photographers who have spent weeks covering the opposing sides: Oliver Weiken of European Pressphoto Agency and Getty Images’ Andrew Burton.

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The Backstory

Lynsey Addario joins Reportage by Getty Images

Photojournalist Lynsey Addario, a TIME contributor and former VII Photo member, has joined the Reportage by Getty Images photo agency.

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Brazil WCup Fields Everywhere Photo Essay
Follow Friday

#LightBoxFF: 11 Photographers Capture the World Cup

Live the 2014 Soccer World Cup through the eyes of 11 photographers TIME has selected in partnership with the Photographic Museum of Humanity

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Hindu Devotees Gather For The Maha Kumbh
Photo Essay

The Kumbh Mela in 2013: One Photographer’s View

How do you photograph the largest gathering of people on Earth? Getty photographer Daniel Berehulak writes for LightBox about the challenges of photographing the Maha Kumbh Mela, a 55-day event estimated to draw over 100 million people to the confluence of three holy rivers in India.

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Marco Longari—AFP/Getty Images
Man on the Wire

Marco Longari: TIME Picks 2012’s Best Photographer on the Wires

TIME acknowledges the distinctive and powerful work of Agence-France Presse chief photographer Marco Longari, our pick for the best photographer on the wires in 2012.

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2012 Getty Images Editorial Grant Winner Bharat Choudhary
Out There

Getty Awards $80,000 to Four Photojournalists at Perpignan

Getty Images announced the winners of their 2012 Editorial Photography competition at Visa Pour l’Image, the annual festival of photojournalism held in Perpignan, France. Four photographers will receive more than $80,000 in funding.

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John Moore—Getty (left); Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR for TIME (right)
Man on the Wire

Two Takes: One Picture, Two Photographers

The romantic notion is that photojournalists bare unique witness to the events of the world as they unfold around them. In reality, due to circumstance, comfort and organizational requirements, photographers often find themselves in the company of fellow photojournalists, working side by side, when covering the news.

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James Nachtwey for TIME
The Backstory

Afghanistan: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

On the 12th anniversary of the start of the war in Afghanistan, TIME asks 40 renowned photographers to reflect on their harrowing experiences covering the conflict—and to describe which of their own photographs moved them most.

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James Whitlow Delano
Toolbox

The 3/11 Project: Photographs from Japan, Helping Japan

The 3/11 Tsunami Photo Project, a new app for the iPhone and iPad, features the work of fourteen photographers who documented the tragic aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. The app is an innovative fundraiser as well – all proceeds from the project go to the Japanese Red Cross Society.

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Barbara Davidson—The Los Angeles Times
Out There

The Pulitzer Prizes

Pulitzer Prizes in photography were awarded today to Barbara Davidson of the Los Angeles Times and to Carol Guzy, Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti of the Washington Post

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