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MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE/FASHION-CAMPBELL
RTS3GKG3
June 29, 2020
Photographer Alexander Ashimole edits the campaign images he shot to contribute to the social media challenge...
Lagos, Nigeria
Photographer Alexander Ashimole edits the campaign images he shot to contribute to the social media challenge...
Photographer Alexander Ashimole edits the campaign images he shot to contribute to the social media challenge called the 'Vogue Africa Challenge' at a studio in Lagos, Nigeria June 25, 2020. Picture taken June 25, 2020. REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja
FRANCE-SUGAR/
RTX6J7V9
December 19, 2018
Granulated white sugar is seen in this picture illustration taken December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Emmanuel...
Villeurbanne, France
Granulated sugar is seen in this picture illustration
Granulated white sugar is seen in this picture illustration taken December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot/Illustration
FRANCE-SUGAR/
RTX6J7U2
December 19, 2018
Granulated white sugar and sugar cubes are seen in this picture illustration taken December 16, 2018....
Villeurbanne, France
Granulated sugar and sugar cubes are seen in this picture illustration
Granulated white sugar and sugar cubes are seen in this picture illustration taken December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot/Illustration
FRANCE-SUGAR/
RTX6J7SX
December 19, 2018
Granulated white sugar and sugar cubes are seen in this picture illustration taken December 16, 2018....
Villeurbanne, France
Granulated sugar and sugar cubes are seen in this picture illustration
Granulated white sugar and sugar cubes are seen in this picture illustration taken December 16, 2018. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot/Illustration
GLOBAL-PLASTIC/
RTS26TJ1
November 20, 2018
A combination of illustrations shows apples, bananas, pears, celery, peppers, a head of lettuce, parsnips,...
Vienna, Austria
A combination of illustrations shows apples, bananas, pears, celery, peppers, a head of lettuce, parsnips,...
A combination of illustrations shows apples, bananas, pears, celery, peppers, a head of lettuce, parsnips, a cucumber and onions, wrapped in plastic as bought in a supermarket, taken November 20, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner/Illustration
GLOBAL-PLASTIC/
RTS26THS
November 20, 2018
A head of lettuce, wrapped in a plastic foil as bought in a supermarket, is seen in this picture illustration...
Vienna, Austria
A head of lettuce, wrapped in a plastic foil as bought in a supermarket, is seen in this picture illustration...
A head of lettuce, wrapped in a plastic foil as bought in a supermarket, is seen in this picture illustration taken November 20, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner/Illustration
GLOBAL-PLASTIC/
RTS26THR
November 20, 2018
Peppers, wrapped in a plastic foil as bought in a supermarket, are seen in this picture illustration...
Vienna, Austria
Peppers, wrapped in a plastic foil as bought in a supermarket, are seen in this picture illustration
Peppers, wrapped in a plastic foil as bought in a supermarket, are seen in this picture illustration taken November 20, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner/Illustration
GLOBAL-PLASTIC/
RTS26THK
November 20, 2018
Pears, in a plastic punnet as bought in a supermarket, are seen in this picture illustration taken November...
Vienna, Austria
Pears, in a plastic punnet as bought in a supermarket, are seen in this picture illustration
Pears, in a plastic punnet as bought in a supermarket, are seen in this picture illustration taken November 20, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner/Illustration
GLOBAL-BREAKFAST/
RTX6C693
July 20, 2018
A combo picture shows artistic cappuccinos, realized by a teacher of the Mixology Academy Bartendering...
Rome, Italy
A combo picture shows artistic cappuccinos, realized by a teacher of the Mixology Academy Bartendering...
A combo picture shows artistic cappuccinos, realized by a teacher of the Mixology Academy Bartendering School during a lesson, in Rome, Italy July 20, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
GAMES-COMMONWEALTH/
RTX5PHLU
April 15, 2018
Table Tennis - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's Singles - Gold Medal Match - Nigeria v Singapore...
Gold Coast, Australia
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Table Tennis - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's Singles - Gold Medal Match - Nigeria v Singapore - Oxenford Studios - Gold Coast, Australia - April 15, 2018. Quadri Aruna of Nigeria hits a shot. REUTERS/Jeremy Lee
GAMES-COMMONWEALTH/
RTX5OJWO
April 14, 2018
Table Tennis - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Mixed Doubles Semifinal 1 - Singapore v India -...
Gold Coast, Australia
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Table Tennis - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Mixed Doubles Semifinal 1 - Singapore v India - Oxenford Studios - Gold Coast, Australia - April 14, 2018. Yu Mengyu of Singapore hits a shot. REUTERS/Jeremy Lee
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTX3C4V5
July 19, 2017
Boxes containing hand-made chocolates are displayed at Marta Navarro's chocolate shop in San Jose, Costa...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Boxes containing hand-made chocolates are displayed at Marta Navarro's chocolate shop in San Jose, Costa...
Boxes containing hand-made chocolates are displayed at Marta Navarro's chocolate shop in San Jose, Costa Rica July 19,2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-SMOKING/
RTS15WLL
May 09, 2017
A closeup photo shows the tightly-packed layers of tobacco leaves in a Cuban cigar, the Romeo y Juliet...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A closeup photo shows the tightly-packed layers of tobacco leaves in a Cuban cigar photographed in Washington...
A closeup photo shows the tightly-packed layers of tobacco leaves in a Cuban cigar, the Romeo y Juliet brand in this case, photographed in Washington, U.S. May 9, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS14M8A
May 01, 2017
An illustration picture shows an espresso made from a Nespresso capsule with a kitchen-aid coffee maker,...
Frankfurt, Germany
An illustration picture shows an espresso made from a Nespresso capsule with a kitchen-aid coffee maker...
An illustration picture shows an espresso made from a Nespresso capsule with a kitchen-aid coffee maker, May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach/Illustration
NEW YORK-CRIME/
RTSNYCE
September 15, 2016
Architect Wayne Norbeck watches from the offices of DXA Studio at the scene where a man was shot by police...
New York, UNITED STATES
Architect Wayne Norbeck watches from the offices of DXA Studio at the scene where a man was shot by police...
Architect Wayne Norbeck watches from the offices of DXA Studio at the scene where a man was shot by police in Manhattan, New York, U.S., September 15, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOOB
May 24, 2016
People are seen at a Radio Web studio during training at a youth centre in Ben Guerdane, Tunisia April...
BEN GUERDANE, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
People are seen at a Radio Web studio during training at a youth centre in Ben Guerdane, Tunisia April 12, 2016. After a U.S. air strike killed a Tunisian jihadist commander in western Libya in late February, dozens of Islamic State fighters sneaked across the border into Tunisia and attacked an army barracks and police bases in the town of Ben Guerdane. In the battle that followed, Islamic State militants shot dead local Tunisian anti-terrorism chief Colonel Abdel Atti Abdelkabir metres from his home. Residents including the colonel's brother say they recognised some of the attackers as former neighbours and classmates who had left to train with Islamic State in Libya. In all, more than 50 militants died in the assault. The battle was further evidence of how Libya’s chaos has spilled over into its more stable neighbour. Tunisia, one of the most secular countries in the Arab world, is trying to nurture the nascent democracy that grew out of its 2011 uprising against Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. But it also faces an intensifying battle against Islamist militants – not least Tunisian fighters now based just across the border. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-MOVIES/
RTX1NPDJ
August 10, 2015
An actor (R) dressed as a historical Chinese army officer acts as though he has been shot in the head...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
An actor (R) dressed as a historical Chinese army officer acts as though he has been shot in the head on location during filming of "The Last Prince" television series at Hengdian World Studios in Hengdian July 23, 2015. There are eleven productions about the war against Japan being filmed at Hengdian World Studios. The facility itself, located in China’s Zheijang province, is the biggest movie lot ever built. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 24 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
CHINA-MOVIES/
RTX1NPD4
August 10, 2015
An actor dressed as a Japanese World War Two army officer checks a picture of himself shot with a phone...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
An actor dressed as a Japanese World War Two army officer checks a picture of himself shot with a phone on the set of "The Last Prince" television series on location near Hengdian World Studios near Hengdian July 24, 2015. Hundreds of well-trained actors and other professionals are available at the Hengdian World Studios. The well-organised team coordinate complicated battle scenes to satisfy the huge appetite for productions about the war against Japan. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 17 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-MOVIES/
RTX1NPD1
August 10, 2015
Actors dressed as historical Japanese soldiers listen to the director's assistant during filming of "The...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
Actors dressed as historical Japanese soldiers listen to the director's assistant during filming of "The Last Prince" television series at Hengdian World Studios in Hengdian July 23, 2015. Mass battle scenes that involve special effects and more than a hundred actors and crew are often shot in one take. This makes it possible for the well-organised team to satisfy the huge appetite for productions about the war against Japan. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 22 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
CHINA-MOVIES/
RTX1NPCY
August 10, 2015
A scene is shot on the set of "The Last Prince" television series on location near Hengdian World Studios...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
A scene is shot on the set of "The Last Prince" television series on location near Hengdian World Studios near Hengdian July 24, 2015. There are eleven productions about the war against Japan being filmed at Hengdian World Studios. The facility itself, located in China’s Zheijang province, is the biggest movie lot ever built. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 23 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
CHINA-MOVIES
RTX1NPCV
August 10, 2015
Actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers, some of them playing dead, wait for a battle scene to...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
Actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers, some of them playing dead, wait for a battle scene to be shot during filming of "The Last Prince" television series at Hengdian World Studios in Hengdian July 24, 2015. Actors are usually paid more if they "die in the battle". Mass battle scenes that involve special effects and more than a hundred actors and crew are often shot in one take. This makes it possible for the well-organised team to satisfy the huge appetite for productions about the war against Japan. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 5 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
CHINA-MOVIES/
RTX1NPCU
August 10, 2015
The camera rolls as actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers act as though they have been hit by...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
The camera rolls as actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers act as though they have been hit by artillery, during filming of "The Last Prince" television series on location near Hengdian World Studios near Hengdian July 24, 2015. Mass battle scenes that involve special effects and more than a hundred actors and crew are often shot in one take. This makes it possible for the well-organised team to satisfy the huge appetite for productions about the war against Japan. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 7 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
CHINA-MOVIES/
RTX1NPCR
August 10, 2015
The camera rolls as actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers act as though they have been hit by...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
The camera rolls as actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers act as though they have been hit by artillery fire, during filming of "The Last Prince" television series on location near Hengdian World Studios near Hengdian July 24, 2015. Mass battle scenes that involve special effects and more than a hundred actors and crew are often shot in one take. This makes it possible for the well-organised team to satisfy the huge appetite for productions about the war against Japan. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 6 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
CHINA-MOVIES
RTX1NPCQ
August 10, 2015
The camera rolls as actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers act as though they have been hit by...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
The camera rolls as actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers act as though they have been hit by artillery fire, during filming of "The Last Prince" television series at Hengdian World Studios in Hengdian July 24, 2015. Mass battle scenes that involve special effects and more than a hundred actors and crew are often shot in one take. This makes it possible for the well-organised team to satisfy the huge appetite for productions about the war against Japan. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 8 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
CHINA-MOVIES/
RTX1NPCM
August 10, 2015
A crew member applies fake blood to the clothes of actors playing dead and wounded Japanese soldiers...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
A crew member applies fake blood to the clothes of actors playing dead and wounded Japanese soldiers during filming of "The Last Prince" television series on location near Hengdian World Studios near Hengdian July 24, 2015. Actors are usually paid more if they "die in the battle". Mass battle scenes that involve special effects and more than a hundred actors and crew are often shot in one take. This makes it possible for the well-organised team to satisfy the huge appetite for productions about the war against Japan. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 10 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
CHINA-MOVIES/
RTX1NPCL
August 10, 2015
Actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers wait for instructions from the director's assistant during...
Hengdian, China
Wider Image: Behind The Scenes Of A Chinese War Drama
Actors dressed as historical Chinese soldiers wait for instructions from the director's assistant during filming of "The Last Prince" television series at Hengdian World Studios in Hengdian July 23, 2015. Mass battle scenes that involve special effects and more than a hundred actors and crew are often shot in one take. This makes it possible for the well-organised team to satisfy the huge appetite for productions about the war against Japan. Director Li Xiaoqiang said the series is about a Qing Dynasty prince, who joined the Chinese nationalist army after suffering family misfortune. "After he learnt more about the Communist Party, the prince began to understand what real revolution and the anti-Japanese war meant, and turned to the Communist Party to fight Japan", the director added. According to local media, more than 10 new movies, 12 TV dramas, 20 documentaries and 183 war-themed stage performances will be released in China to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. REUTERS/Damir SagoljPICTURE 12 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BEHIND THE SCENES OF A CHINESE WAR DRAMA".SEARCH "SAGOLJ STUDIO" FOR ALL PICTURES.
NEWZEALAND DRONES/FILM
RTX1KY89
July 19, 2015
Aeronavics engineer Coenraad Brand flies one of the company's drones in a paddock near the town of Raglan,...
Wellington, New Zealand
Aeronavics engineer Coenraad Brand flies one of the company's drones in a paddock near the town of Raglan,...
Aeronavics engineer Coenraad Brand flies one of the company's drones in a paddock near the town of Raglan, New Zealand, July 6, 2015. Deep in New Zealand's dairying heartland, drone maker Aeronavics tests aircraft designed to corner the fast-growing emerging market for unmanned aerial vehicles in the film and television business. The developer of drones used in the production of "Dr. Who" and the "Twilight" films is one of a stable of New Zealand firms that are using the country's reputation for innovation in the film industry to stake out claims to what is expected to be a drone boom in Hollywood. The relaxation of U.S. rules for commercial drones late last year has sparked a race to develop specialised flying camera platforms for studios to hire for a fraction of the cost of jibs, cranes or even helicopters to capture swooping aerial shots. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Naomi Tajitsu
NEWZEALAND DRONES/FILM
RTX1KY88
July 19, 2015
Aeronavics engineer Coenraad Brand flies one of the company's drones in a paddock near the town of Raglan,...
Wellington, New Zealand
Aeronavics engineer Coenraad Brand flies one of the company's drones in a paddock near the town of Raglan,...
Aeronavics engineer Coenraad Brand flies one of the company's drones in a paddock near the town of Raglan, New Zealand, July 6, 2015. Deep in New Zealand's dairying heartland, drone maker Aeronavics tests aircraft designed to corner the fast-growing emerging market for unmanned aerial vehicles in the film and television business. The developer of drones used in the production of "Dr. Who" and the "Twilight" films is one of a stable of New Zealand firms that are using the country's reputation for innovation in the film industry to stake out claims to what is expected to be a drone boom in Hollywood. The relaxation of U.S. rules for commercial drones late last year has sparked a race to develop specialised flying camera platforms for studios to hire for a fraction of the cost of jibs, cranes or even helicopters to capture swooping aerial shots. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Naomi Tajitsu
NEWZEALAND DRONES/FILM
RTX1KY87
July 19, 2015
An Aeronavics drone sits in a paddock near the town of Raglan, New Zealand, July 6, 2015. Deep in New...
Wellington, New Zealand
An Aeronavics drone sits in a paddock near the town of Raglan, New Zealand
An Aeronavics drone sits in a paddock near the town of Raglan, New Zealand, July 6, 2015. Deep in New Zealand's dairying heartland, drone maker Aeronavics tests aircraft designed to corner the fast-growing emerging market for unmanned aerial vehicles in the film and television business. The developer of drones used in the production of "Dr. Who" and the "Twilight" films is one of a stable of New Zealand firms that are using the country's reputation for innovation in the film industry to stake out claims to what is expected to be a drone boom in Hollywood. The relaxation of U.S. rules for commercial drones late last year has sparked a race to develop specialised flying camera platforms for studios to hire for a fraction of the cost of jibs, cranes or even helicopters to capture swooping aerial shots. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Naomi Tajitsu
NEWZEALAND DRONES/FILM
RTX1KY86
July 19, 2015
Aeronavics technician Mike Main works on a drone in the company workshop based in the town of Raglan,...
Wellington, New Zealand
Aeronavics technician Mike Main works on a drone in the company workshop based in the town of Raglan,...
Aeronavics technician Mike Main works on a drone in the company workshop based in the town of Raglan, New Zealand, July 6, 2015. Deep in New Zealand's dairying heartland, drone maker Aeronavics tests aircraft designed to corner the fast-growing emerging market for unmanned aerial vehicles in the film and television business. The developer of drones used in the production of "Dr. Who" and the "Twilight" films is one of a stable of New Zealand firms that are using the country's reputation for innovation in the film industry to stake out claims to what is expected to be a drone boom in Hollywood. The relaxation of U.S. rules for commercial drones late last year has sparked a race to develop specialised flying camera platforms for studios to hire for a fraction of the cost of jibs, cranes or even helicopters to capture swooping aerial shots. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Naomi Tajitsu
NEWZEALAND DRONES/FILM
RTX1KY85
July 19, 2015
Aeronavics technician Mike Main works on a drone in the company workshop based in the town of in Raglan,...
Wellington, New Zealand
Aeronavics technician Mike Main works on a drone in the compny workshop based in the town of in Raglan,...
Aeronavics technician Mike Main works on a drone in the company workshop based in the town of in Raglan, New Zealand, July 6, 2015. Deep in New Zealand's dairying heartland, drone maker Aeronavics tests aircraft designed to corner the fast-growing emerging market for unmanned aerial vehicles in the film and television business. The developer of drones used in the production of "Dr. Who" and the "Twilight" films is one of a stable of New Zealand firms that are using the country's reputation for innovation in the film industry to stake out claims to what is expected to be a drone boom in Hollywood. The relaxation of U.S. rules for commercial drones late last year has sparked a race to develop specialised flying camera platforms for studios to hire for a fraction of the cost of jibs, cranes or even helicopters to capture swooping aerial shots. Picture taken July 6, 2015. REUTERS/Naomi Tajitsu
USA-BUSINESS/
RTR4P32L
February 11, 2015
A bottle of Pepsi is seen in this photo illustration taken in Willmette, Illinois February 10, 2015....
WILMETTE, UNITED STATES
Photo illustration of a bottle of Pepsi in Willmette, Illinois
A bottle of Pepsi is seen in this photo illustration taken in Willmette, Illinois February 10, 2015. PepsiCo Inc is scheduled to report its fiscal fourth quarter earnings on February 11. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/MARKETS-ANALYSIS
RTR440TR
August 27, 2014
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) speaks during the first television...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Presidential candidate Marina Silva speaks during the first television debate in Sao Paulo
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) speaks during the first television debate at the Bandeirantes TV studio in Sao Paulo August 26, 2014. Investors are warming up to a possible victory by Marina Silva in Brazil's presidential election as the popular environmentalist emerges as their best shot at avoiding four more years of a government they strongly dislike. Picture taken August 26, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/MARKETS-ANALYSIS
RTR440TG
August 27, 2014
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) attends the first television debate...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Presidential candidate Marina Silva attends the first television debate in Sao Paulo
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) attends the first television debate at the Bandeirantes TV studio in Sao Paulo August 26, 2014. Investors are warming up to a possible victory by Marina Silva in Brazil's presidential election as the popular environmentalist emerges as their best shot at avoiding four more years of a government they strongly dislike. Picture taken August 26, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/MARKETS-ANALYSIS
RTR440TD
August 27, 2014
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) attends the first television debate...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Presidential candidate Marina Silva attends the first television debate in Sao Paulo
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) attends the first television debate at the Bandeirantes TV studio in Sao Paulo August 26, 2014. Investors are warming up to a possible victory by Marina Silva in Brazil's presidential election as the popular environmentalist emerges as their best shot at avoiding four more years of a government they strongly dislike. Picture taken August 26, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/MARKETS-ANALYSIS
RTR440SW
August 27, 2014
Presidential candidate Marina Silva (L) of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) listens to her assessors before...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of PSB listens to her assessors before their first television debate...
Presidential candidate Marina Silva (L) of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) listens to her assessors before their first television debate at the Bandeirantes TV studio in Sao Paulo August 26, 2014. Investors are warming up to a possible victory by Marina Silva in Brazil's presidential election as the popular environmentalist emerges as their best shot at avoiding four more years of a government they strongly dislike. Picture taken August 26, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-ELECTION/MARKETS-ANALYSIS
RTR440SS
August 27, 2014
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) speaks during the first television...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Presidential candidate Marina Silva speaks during the first television debate in Sao Paulo
Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) speaks during the first television debate at the Bandeirantes TV studio in Sao Paulo August 26, 2014. Investors are warming up to a possible victory by Marina Silva in Brazil's presidential election as the popular environmentalist emerges as their best shot at avoiding four more years of a government they strongly dislike. Picture taken August 26, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3WQBF
July 02, 2014
Fans of team U.S.A. react after a missed shot on goal by Chris Wondolowski while watching a telecast...
New York, UNITED STATES
Fans of team U.S.A. react after a missed shot on goal by Chris Wondolowski while watching a telecast...
Fans of team U.S.A. react after a missed shot on goal by Chris Wondolowski while watching a telecast of the team's 2014 World Cup round of 16 game against Belgium at Studio Square in the Queens borough of New York July 1, 2014.REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
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July 01, 2014
Fans of team U.S.A. react after a missed shot on goal by Chris Wondolowski while watching a telecast...
New York, UNITED STATES
Fans of team U.S.A. react after a missed shot on goal by Chris Wondolowski in the Queens borough of New...
Fans of team U.S.A. react after a missed shot on goal by Chris Wondolowski while watching a telecast of the team's 2014 World Cup round of 16 game against Belgium in Brazil, at Studio Square in the Queens borough of New York July 1, 2014. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
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May 29, 2014
Munira Tayabji, the supervising technical director on the upcoming DreamWorks Animation film "Home",...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
Munira Tayabji poses for a portrait on the Dreamworks campus, in Glendale
Munira Tayabji, the supervising technical director on the upcoming DreamWorks Animation film "Home", poses for a portrait on the Dreamworks campus, in Glendale, California April 15, 2014. Digital animation and visual effects are so widespread today that studios can end up using them in nearly every shot. Yet as the trend grows, women may be lagging behind even more in the digital arts than they are in the film and tech industries generally. Picture taken April 15, 2014. To match Feature FILM-WOMEN/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT PORTRAIT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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May 29, 2014
Munira Tayabji, the supervising technical director on the upcoming DreamWorks Animation film "Home",...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
Munira Tayabji poses for a portrait on the Dreamworks campus, in Glendale
Munira Tayabji, the supervising technical director on the upcoming DreamWorks Animation film "Home", poses for a portrait on the Dreamworks campus, in Glendale, California April 15, 2014. Digital animation and visual effects are so widespread today that studios can end up using them in nearly every shot. Yet as the trend grows, women may be lagging behind even more in the digital arts than they are in the film and tech industries generally. To match Feature FILM-WOMEN/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT PORTRAIT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
Society
Society
Saving Costica Acsinte's Negatives - 13 Mar 2014
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 13, 2014
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu cleans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu scans a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Marioara Paslaru holds a picture of her taken by Costica Acsinte about 50 years ago in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Marioara Paslaru holds a picture of her taken by Costica Acsinte about 50 years ago in Slobozia
Marioara Paslaru holds a picture of her taken by Costica Acsinte about 50 years ago in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive"...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a glass plate negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GXPQ
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW9R
March 13, 2014
An image from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" is scanned at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia...
Slobozia, Romania
An image from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" is scanned at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
An image from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" is scanned at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured before being scanning at Ialomita county...
Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured before being scanning at Ialomita county...
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are pictured before being scanning at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8W
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" before scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8U
March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu arranges a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" after scanning...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu arranges a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" after scanning...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu arranges a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" after scanning it at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 21, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 21, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
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March 13, 2014
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Slobozia, Romania
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita...
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu looks at a negative from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8L
March 13, 2014
A billboard with images from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" is seen on the wall of Ialomita county...
Slobozia, Romania
A billboard with images from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" is seen on the wall of Ialomita county...
A billboard with images from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" is seen on the wall of Ialomita county library in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Costica Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ROMANIA-ACSINTE/
RTR3GW8H
March 13, 2014
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February...
Slobozia, Romania
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia
Negatives from the "Costica Acsinte picture archive" are seen at Ialomita county museum in Slobozia February 18, 2014. Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitising the work of Romanian photographer Acsinte, who was an army photographer during the First World War and later had a small studio in the southern Romanian city of Slobozia before his death in 1984. Acsinte?s photographs, shot on glass plates, celluloid plates and film, document more than half a century of life in Romania. However, they were kept in poor conditions and had already deteriorated before many of them came into the possession of the Ialomita County Museum, where they are now. Popescu is working as a volunteer to help preserve the images by scanning them and making them publicly available online. Picture taken February 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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