Topic: Rémi Ochlik

LIBYA. Misurata. Tim's Last Photograph. April 20. 2011.
Out There

“A Day Without News?”: Raising Awareness of the Perils of Reporting

The journalistic community is marking the anniversary of Marie Colvin and Rémi Ochlik’s deaths with “A Day Without News?” — a campaign to raise awareness of the hostile and dangerous conditions that many reporters and photographers work under around the world.

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Arnaud Maggs courtesy of Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto
The Backstory

In Memoriam: Photographers Who Died in 2012

TIME pauses to remember the photographers we lost in 2012.

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Edouard Elias—Getty Images / Aug. 21, 2012
The Backstory

Syria’s Agony: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

As the civil war in Syria reaches even newer levels of horror, TIME asked 28 photojournalists to reflect on their most powerful work from the conflict over the last year. Often directly putting their lives at risk, these photographers have recorded agonizing and traumatic moments for the world to see.

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Sebastian Liste—Reportage by Getty Images
Photo Essay

The Abandoned Chocolate Factory by Sebastian Liste

Sebastian Liste is the first recipient of the City of Perpignan Rémi Ochlik Award—granted for his compelling long-term documentary about a community living in an abandoned factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.

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Rémi Ochlik—IP3
Out There

Rémi Ochlik’s Revolutions

Revolutions, a book featuring the work of war photographer Rémi Ochlik, who was killed this spring in Syria, has just been published by Emphas.is. LightBox presents images from the book taken during conflicts in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Syria.

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William Daniels—Panos for TIME
Photo Essay

Escape from Syria: Photographs by William Daniels

Photographer William Daniels describes his perilous journey into and out of Syria.

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Rémi Ochlik—Bureau 233/Polaris
Photo Essay

In Memoriam: Rémi Ochlik, 1983 – 2012

French photographer Rémi Ochlik was killed on Feb. 22 when Syrian forces bombed a makeshift media center in the besieged city of Homs. We present a tribute to this promising young photojournalist’s work.

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