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O REILLY
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February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image...
New York, USA
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning ima.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly shows his 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award winning image at the Reuters offices in New York, February 10, 2006. O'Reilly's picture, taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August 1, 2005 shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers from 122 countries.
O REILLY
RTXO878
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses...
New York, USA
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers, 182 more than in 2004, from 122 countries.
O REILLY
RTXO877
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses...
New York, USA
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, poses in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers, 182 more than in 2004, from 122 countries.
O REILLY
RTXO876
February 10, 2006
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smiles...
New York, USA
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smile.....
Reuters photographer Finbarr O'Reilly, winner of the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year Award, smiles in New York, February 9, 2006. The winning picture by O'Reilly was taken in Tahoua, northwestern Niger, on August, 1 2005 which shows the emaciated fingers of a one-year old child pressed against the lips of his mother. The picture was chosen from 83,044 images entered by 4,448 professional photographers, 182 more than in 2004, from 122 countries.
PAKISTAN
RTXO5V5
January 24, 2006
A Pakistani journalist walks on the ground as clouds loom over Iqbal stadium on the fourth day of the...
Faisalabad, Pakistan
A Pakistani journalist walks on the ground as clouds loom over Iqbal stadium on the fourth day of th.....
A Pakistani journalist walks on the ground as clouds loom over Iqbal stadium on the fourth day of the second cricket test match between India and Pakistan in Faisalabad, January 24, 2006. [India scored 603 runs in their first innings to take a 15 runs first innings lead over Pakistan. The first match of the three-test series ended in a draw in Lahore.]
LICHFIELD
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November 11, 2005
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 27NOV1996 - British photographer Patrick Lichfield is seen arriving at the Ritz Hotel...
Oxford, UK
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 27NOV1996 - British photographer Patrick Lichfield is seen arriving at the Ritz H.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 27NOV1996 - British photographer Patrick Lichfield is seen arriving at the Ritz Hotel to promote his photographic portraits of women and jewellery in London in this November 27, 1996 file photo. Lichfield, one of the fashion world's best-known photographers, has died in hospital after suffering a stroke, a hospital spokeswoman said on Friday, November 11, 2005. He was 66.
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FRASER
RTXNV22
October 08, 2005
British paparazzo photographer Jason Fraser waits outside the Dorchester hotel in central London, October...
London, UK
British paparazzo photographer Jason Fraser waits outside the Dorchester hotel in central London, Oc.....
British paparazzo photographer Jason Fraser waits outside the Dorchester hotel in central London, October 7, 2005.
FISCHER
RTXNF7I
April 25, 2005
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer arrives for a parliamentary inquiry commission in Berlin April...
Berlin, Germany
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer arrives for a parliamentary inquiry commission in Berlin Apr.....
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer arrives for a parliamentary inquiry commission in Berlin April 25, 2005. The commission is investigating a scandal over the lax issuing of visas that allowed thousands of illegal immigrants into Germany.
RHEIMS
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January 19, 2005
French photographer Bettina Rheims talks to journalists during a news conference during an exhibition...
Vienna, Austria
French photographer Bettina Rheims talks to journalists during a news conference during an exhibitio.....
French photographer Bettina Rheims talks to journalists during a news conference during an exhibition of her pictures in the KunstHausWien in Vienna January 19, 2005. 133 photographs from different series of Bettina Rheims' work can be seen during her retrospective exhibition from January 20 to April 24, 2005.
TELLER
RTXMOO9
June 09, 2004
German photographic artist Juergen Teller poses for a photographer in front his pictures in "Kunsthalle...
Vienna, Austria
German photographic artist Juergen Teller poses for a photographer in front his pictures in "Kunsth.....
German photographic artist Juergen Teller poses for a photographer in front his pictures in "Kunsthalle Wien" June 9, 2004. An exhibition of Teller's work will be opened tonight in "Kunsthalle" and can be seen till October 17.
DESFOR
RTXMMR6
May 25, 2004
Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Max Desfor poses with his September 2, 1945 photograph (R) of...
Washington, USA
Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Max Desfor poses with his September 2, 1945 photograph (R) of.....
Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Max Desfor poses with his September 2, 1945 photograph (R) of Japan's formal surrender on the deck of the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay, at the Memories of World War II photography exhibition in Washington, May 24, 2004. The newly published documentary photography book "Memories of World War II" is being released to coincide with the dedication of the National WWII Memorial in Washington on May 29.
LANGEVIN
RTXMBD7
November 28, 2003
French photojournalist Jacques Langevin, formerly with the Sygma agency, speaks to the media outside...
Paris, France
French photojournalist Jacques Langevin, formerly with the Sygma agency, speaks to the media outside.....
French photojournalist Jacques Langevin, formerly with the Sygma agency, speaks to the media outside the courtroom in Paris, November 28, 2003. Three photographers who took pictures of Britain's Princess Diana [and her friend Dodi al Fayed in their car on the night of their fatal 1997 crash did not break French privacy laws, a Paris court ruled on Friday. Christian Martinez of the Angeli agency, freelancer Fabrice Chassery and Jacques Langevin, who worked at the time for the Sygma agency, faced charges following a complaint by Dodi's father Mohamed al Fayed.]
TUNICK
RTXLWZZ
April 27, 2003
New York artist Spencer Tunick sets his camera as he photographs naked volunteers during his 'Be Consumed'...
London, UK
New York artist Spencer Tunick sets his camera as he photographs naked volunteers during his 'Be Co.....
New York artist Spencer Tunick sets his camera as he photographs naked volunteers during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Selfridge's department store in London April 27, 2003. Around 600 volunteers pose naked for Tunick's Body Craze in the store.
TUNICK
RTXLWZY
April 27, 2003
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he prepares...
London, UK
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he p.....
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he prepares to photograph them during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Selfridge's department store in London April 27, 2003. Around 600 volunteers pose naked for Tunick's Body Craze in the store.
TUNICK
RTXLWZX
April 27, 2003
New York artist Spencer Tunick and his assistants set up his cameras as he photographs naked volunteers...
London, UK
New York artist Spencer Tunick and his assistants set up his cameras as he photographs naked volunte.....
New York artist Spencer Tunick and his assistants set up his cameras as he photographs naked volunteers during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Selfridge's department store in London April 27, 2003. Around 600 volunteers pose naked for Tunick's Body Craze in the store.
TUNICK
RTXLWZW
April 27, 2003
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he prepares...
London, UK
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he p.....
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he prepares to photograph them during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Selfridge's department store in London April 27, 2003. Around 600 volunteers pose naked for Tunick's Body Craze in the store.
TUNICK
RTXLWZV
April 27, 2003
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he prepares...
London, UK
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he p.....
New York artist Spencer Tunick gives instructions over a loud hailer to the naked volunteers as he prepares to photograph them during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Selfridge's department store in London April 27, 2003. Around 600 volunteers pose naked for Tunick's Body Craze in the store.
TUNICK
RTXLWZM
April 27, 2003
New York artist Spencer Tunick directs naked volunteers during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Selfridge's...
London, UK
New York artist Spencer Tunick directs naked volunteers during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Sel.....
New York artist Spencer Tunick directs naked volunteers during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Selfridge's department store in London April 27, 2003. Around 600 volunteers posed naked for Tunick's Body Craze in the store.
TUNICK
RTXLWZI
April 27, 2003
New York artist Spencer Tunick sets his camera as he photographs naked volunteers during his 'Be Consumed'...
London, UK
New York artist Spencer Tunick sets his camera as he photographs naked volunteers during his 'Be Co.....
New York artist Spencer Tunick sets his camera as he photographs naked volunteers during his 'Be Consumed' installation at Selfridge's department store in London April 27, 2003. Around 600 volunteers pose naked for Tunick's Body Craze in the store.
DALTON
RTXLQP8
January 23, 2003
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1998 - American photojournalist Scott Dalton poses during a working trip to El...
El Salvador, Colombia
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1998 - American photojournalist Scott Dalton poses during a working trip to El.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 1998 - American photojournalist Scott Dalton poses during a working trip to El Salvador, in this 1998 file photo. Marxist rebels have kidnapped Dalton and [reporter Ruth Morris], of dual British and American nationality, in a war-torn stretch of eastern Colombia where the two were working together on a freelance assignment for the Los Angeles Times. The rebel group, the National Liberation Army (ELN), detained them in the province of Arauca, where U.S. Special Forces are training government troops, and said their release would depend on undefined "political and military conditions."
MARTINEZ
RTXJMRN
April 28, 2000
Karina Martinez, sister of Guatemalan Photojournalist Roberto Martinez killed in Guatemala, weaps before...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Karina Martinez, sister of Guatemalan Photojournalist Roberto Martinez killed in Guatemala, weaps be.....
Karina Martinez, sister of Guatemalan Photojournalist Roberto Martinez killed in Guatemala, weaps before the burial of his brother in Guatemala City, April 27. Martinez was killed during riots in Guatemala City. Thousands of angry Guatemalans protested during the week after the government announced an increase in bus fares.
MARTINEZ
RTXJMRM
April 28, 2000
Employees from Guatemala's Prensa Libre newspaper escort the coffin of a murdered photojournalist Roberto...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Employees from Guatemala's Prensa Libre newspaper escort the coffin of a murdered photojournalist R.....
Employees from Guatemala's Prensa Libre newspaper escort the coffin of a murdered photojournalist Roberto Martiinez in Guatemala City, April 27. Martinez was killed during a riot in downtown Guatemala when a sniper shot him. Thousands of angry Guatemalans protested during the week after the government announced an increase in bus fares.
MARTINEZ
RTXJMRL
April 28, 2000
Guatemalan photojournalists Mynor DeLeon (L), Jorge Castillo (C) and Alberto Galiano (R), weeps during...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemalan photojournalists Mynor DeLeon (L), Jorge Castillo (C) and Alberto Galiano (R), weeps duri.....
Guatemalan photojournalists Mynor DeLeon (L), Jorge Castillo (C) and Alberto Galiano (R), weeps during the burial of photojournalist Roberto Martinez in Guatemala City, April 27. Martinez, a photographer for daily Prensa Libre, was killed during a riots in downtown Guatemala when a sniper shot him. Thounsands of angry Guatemalans protested during the week after the goverment announced an increase in bus fares.
ZILWA
RTXJQS2
April 27, 2000
South African photojournalist Obed Zilwa who has been detained by Zimbabwean police. Zilwa, who works...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African photojournalist Obed Zilwa who has been detained by Zimbabwean police. Zilwa, who work.....
South African photojournalist Obed Zilwa who has been detained by Zimbabwean police. Zilwa, who works for the Associated Press, was arrested at Harare International Airport as he was leaving the country, April 26. [Police told Zilwa's lawyer, Jonathan Samkange, that Zilwa and his car matched descriptions of a person seen at the time of the bombing. ]
MARTINEZ
RTXJQR8
April 27, 2000
Guatemalan rescue workers and a journalist lean over the body of photojournalist Roberto Martinez, killed...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemalan rescue workers and a journalist lean over the body of photojournalist Roberto Martinez, k.....
Guatemalan rescue workers and a journalist lean over the body of photojournalist Roberto Martinez, killed when unknown gunmen fired into a crowd of rioters, in Guatemala City April 27. Martinez, a photojournalist with Prensa Libre, died on the spot. One cameraman was injured and at least four other persons were shot. Thousands of Guatemalans took to the streets to demonstrate against an increase in the urban bus fare when the incident occurred.
MARTINEZ
RTXJQR6
April 27, 2000
Guatemalan rescue workers lean over the body of Prensa Libre photojournalist Roberto Martinez, who was...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemalan rescue workers lean over the body of Prensa Libre photojournalist Roberto Martinez, who w.....
Guatemalan rescue workers lean over the body of Prensa Libre photojournalist Roberto Martinez, who was killed when unknown gunman fired into a crowd of demonstrators in Guatemala City, April 27. Thousands of Guatemalans took to the city streets to demonstrate against an increase in urban bus fares.
MARTINEZ
RTXJQR5
April 27, 2000
Guatemala photojournalist Roberto Martinez (L) and unidentified bystander lay on the ground after being...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemala photojournalist Roberto Martinez (L) and unidentified bystander lay on the ground after be.....
Guatemala photojournalist Roberto Martinez (L) and unidentified bystander lay on the ground after being shot by a sniper during a demonstration in Guatemala City, April 27. Unknown gunmen fired into a crowd of protesters, killing Martinez and injuring five, including another photographer. Thousands of Guatemalans took the city streets to demonstrate against an increase in the urban bus fare.
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