Tag : Photojournalism

These 30 Pics Won Pulitzer Prize For Photography And Not Without A Reason

These 30 Pics Won Pulitzer Prize For Photography And Not Without A Reason

The below 30 pics won the Pulitzer Prize for photography and not without a reason. These photos are history and the photographers portray events that were inspiring, uplifting, or even unexpected and shocking. Pulitzer Prize Award-winning photographs often have a tendency to catch the attention of spectators for their critical…

19 Stunning Winning Photos Of Wellcome Photography Prize 2021

19 Stunning Winning Photos Of Wellcome Photography Prize 2021

Here are the winners of “Wellcome Photography Prize 2021”. Our two winners for 2021 are ‘Untangling’, Jameisha Prescod’s picture of herself knitting to block out her depression during lockdown, and ‘Trans Woman: Between Colour and Voice’, Yoppy Pieter’s series chronicling how the Covid-19 pandemic has made life harder for trans…

Festival Of Ethical Photography: Open Call For The Nonprofit World 2021 Shortlists

Festival Of Ethical Photography: Open Call For The Nonprofit World 2021 Shortlists

Since its first year, the Festival of Ethical Photography has always given particular attention to the use of photography by those organizations that deal with social issues. Open to NGOs, volunteer organizations, social cooperatives, foundations, associations for social development and support, public institutions, schools (all levels), the purpose of the…

Modern Nomads: Amazing Photo Series By Callie Eh

Modern Nomads: Amazing Photo Series By Callie Eh

Mongolia is a landlocked country located between China and Russia. It is a vast emptiness that links land and sky and is one of the last few places on the planet where nomadic life is still a living tradition. Mongolia may have various geopolitical, cultural, and geographical meanings. Mongolia consists…

Waiting For The Last Wave: Photo Series By Moniruzzman Sazal

Waiting For The Last Wave: Photo Series By Moniruzzman Sazal

Bangladesh is one of the countries most likely to suffer adverse impacts from anthropogenic climate change. Threats include sea level rise, floods, and cyclones (approximately 130,000 people were killed in the cyclone of April 1990). The impacts of climate change will only exacerbate the problems already facing the population. Climate…

The Port Of Santos, Brazil: Photo Series By Renato Stockler

The Port Of Santos, Brazil: Photo Series By Renato Stockler

Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world in territorial extension, with 8,514,876 km2. The country has a 7,367 km coastline, bathed in the east by the Atlantic Ocean. The contour of the Brazilian coast increases to 9,200 km if the projections and indentations of the coast are considered.…

Destruction Of Coastal West Bengal Due To Fequent Cyclones Caused By Global Warming

Destruction Of Coastal West Bengal Due To Frequent Cyclones Caused By Global Warming By Jit Chattopadhyay

A few days ago, cyclone Amphan swept over Bengal. Last year, cyclones ‘Fani’ and ‘Bulbul’ also hit West Bengal. Bengal has never seen such frequent cyclones in the history of the last few decades. Various parts of the country are in a state of devastation due to successive cyclones. Especially…

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Denis Vejas (1986 Lithuania) is a Vilnius-based visual storyteller and hardcore traveler. A big part of his work has been done in nomadic settings, living the experiences that the road brings. As a photographer and a traveler, he always felt attracted by the things happening on the peripheries of the…

Life In Salt Pans – Photo Series By Indian Photographer Padmanabhan Rangarajan

Salt is the bounty of the oceans…but the life of people who are scraping it from the seemingly endless expanse of the seas are themselves leading a “tasteless” life. Toiling under the harsh sun for hours together, carrying loads weighing anywhere between 15 – 20 kgs and trudging the vast…

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