About Global Photojournalism; Politics, News, Protest, and Culture
If you can see though the lens you’re a photographer, if you can see though the lens and then beyond the lens you’re a photojournalist.
All people are welcome whether you’re a professional photojournalist or just happened to be in the right place at the right time to capture that one in a million shot. This group is dedicated to the interrelationship between politics, news/events, protest/war, and culture.
Welcome to our photographic journal of the world!
GLOBAL PHOTOJOURNALISM SITE MAP
1. Groups most interesting photos:
2. Index to the photography contests. A topic where you can browse current and prior photo contests:
3. Self Introduction thread. Please visit the “Who We Are” topic and tell us a little about yourself and your photography:
4. Place your galleries here; we'd love to see them: www.flickr.com/groups/global_photojournalism_news_protest...
5. Camera Discussion Thread: www.flickr.com/groups/global_photojournalism_news_protest...
6. Group Discussion and Code of Conduct (COC): www.flickr.com/groups/global_photojournalism_news_protest...
2012 Global Photojournalism Group Photo of the Year:
“Protest in Paris (2012, May 1st)” By philippe b photography
2011 Global Photojournalism Group Photo of the Year:
"US Army Spc Jacob Moore" by By jeromestarkey
2010 Global Photojournalism Group Photo of the Year:
"Sharp Dressed Man" By Ray Skwire (2010)
Group Icon courtesy of and provided by Teresa García Madruga - madrugat
Manifestación 15 de Mayo 2011, Madrid”
Group Photo Pool: Welcome to the Global Photojournalism photograph pool. Accepted and desired photographs are:
Politics - Photographs of political figures or political events from anywhere in the world.
News - Photographs of global headline news events.
Protest – Photographs of protests, riots, demonstrations, rallies, and wars.
Culture – Photographs of our global cultures with an emphasis on uniqueness, it’s strongly preferred these photographs include the people of the world in high quality portraiture.
You must have either personally taken, or own the rights to any image posted. Unlicensed images from news or commercial sources are not permitted.
Our goal is to maintain a high standard of quality and these guidelines have been established: unless directly associated with any head line news events, no photo shopped images (minor image enhancement is allowed), no graphic art, no cartoons, no sports photography, no architecture or landscapes, no wildlife, no scanned text images. It is strongly suggested that all photos submitted to the group have a photo description and/or tags.
2013 Individual Contest Winners
Photojournalist Contest #2013-7
Photojournalist Contest #2013-6
The legend By Sopnochora
Photojournalist Contest #2013-5
Marcha por la Educación By Sebas GZ
Photojournalist Contest #2013-4
Charcoal Factory, Tondo - A partial blind charcoal girl By Mio Cade
Photojournalist Contest #2013-3
Syrien Aleppo Insari 3.02.2013 Luftangriff Air Attack By Thomas Rassloff
Bangladesh: All Road Leads To Shahbagh By Kumar Bishwajit
Photojournalist Contest #2013-2
a Higher State of Consciousness By Children of the Mist
Proud of his heritage--Pulau Bohey Dulang , Sabah , Malaysia By ngchongkin
Photojournalist Contest #2013-1
Children of the light @ Manila Charcoal factory By Mio Cade
2012 Individual Contest Winners
Photojournalist Contest #2012-24
"En memoria de..." By AriCaFoix
Photojournalist Contest #2012-23
"Ellos son nosotros | They are us" By jpazkual
Photojournalist Contest #2012-22
"Child labour with twist industry's" Nayan Kumar
Photojournalist Contest #2012-21
"Flying" By PJBayens
Photojournalist Contest #2012-20
"“Crisis in Piraeus, Greece” By Christos Kapatos (Χρήστος Καπάτος)
Photojournalist Contest #2012-19
"The Arrest" By Lex Luthor 1976
Photojournalist Contest #2012-18
"Yunnan Life" By 安室奈美恵
Photojournalist Contest #2012-17
"Marcha Antipeñanieto" By Orgasmastron
Photojournalist Contest #2012-16 (Two Way Tie)
"Lunes 20, Santiago centro" By Alejandro Bonilla
"The Hong Kong...Annual Protest Rally" By [~Bryan~]
Photojournalist Contest #2012-15
"Foire De Paris" By Popeyee
Photojournalist Contest #2012-14
"Protest in Paris (2012, May 1st)" By Philippe B (aka papacamera)
Photojournalist Contest #2012-13
"May Day Downtown Los Angeles" By William Camargo
Photojournalist Contest #2012-12
"Kids playing for change" By Maxflush
Photojournalist Contest #2012-11
"15th October - Mood Shift" By Gerald Verdon
Photojournalist Contest #2012-10
"One" By maksid
Photojournalist Contest #2012-9
"for the earth..." By f i Я a s
Photojournalist Contest #2012-8
"Education without barrier" By Kazi Sudipto
Photojournalist Contest #2012-7
"Anti-Gaddafi protesters burning Gaddafi's "Green Book" outside the US Embassy, London." By mohammed.ismail
Photojournalist Contest #2012-6
"Occupy protester making his statement" By ghdphotos
Photojournalist Contest #2012-5
"Tết này ai đến chơi nhà??" by Gin n tonic
Photojournalist Contest #2012-4
"Ulingan, Tondo - The Charcoal Kids" By Mio Cade
Photojournalist Contest #2012-3
"Riots in the Center of Moscow" By sime simon
Photojournalist Contest #2012-2
"bangkok_police and 'red shirt' protesters" By seua_yai
Photojournalist Contest #2012-1
"Downtown Vancouver Riot - Jun 15, 2011" By ryanywong
2011 Individual Contest Winners
Photojournalist Contest #17B winning photo:
"ARREST ME" By DelinquentDesigns
Photojournalist Contest #17A winning photo:
"Indignados" By Quentin Bruno 2010
Photojournalist Contest #16 winning photo:
Paucartambo de fuegos By veristica
Photojournalist Contest #15C winning photo:
"Manifestación 18 de noviembre" By Callao Vo!
Photojournalist Contest #15B winning photo:
"On the ground" By Sam.Levy
Photojournalist Contest #15A winning photo:
"etwas besseres als die nation" By nils.stelte
Photojournalist Contest #14B winning photo:
"wall street" By v v v v n
Photojournalist Contest #14A winning photo:
"movilizacion de estudiantes santiago chile 2011" By ojozurdo
Photojournalist Contest #13 winning photo:
“La Alegría de una Niña” By Eddy Allart
Photojournalist Contest #12C winning photo:
“The crisis in Greece” By Efthymios Rafail Gourgouris
Photojournalist Contest #12B winning photo:
"Rise Up Rome" By gatolopez
Photojournalist Contest #12A winning photo:
"Occupy Wall Street, Montreal Victoria Square" By M9ike
Photojournalist Contest #11 winning photo:
“Konso” By Marcel Verdoner
Photojournalist Contest #10 winning photo:
“Apparently I'm going to hell.” by owmyhands
Photojournalist Contest #9 winning photo:
"Children of a Charcoal Factory" by royginald.
Photojournalist Contest #8 winning photo:
By Darshan Chakma
Photojournalist Contest #7 winning photo:
Photojournalist Contest #6 winning photo:
By Un zorro
Photojournalist Contest #5 winning photo:
Photojournalist Contest #4 winning photo:
By Grey Photography
Photojournalist Contest #3 winning photo:
By Ivan LaBianca
Photojournalist Contest #2 winning photo:
By M R Hasan
Photojournalist Contest #1 winning photo:
By Politics for Misfits
“Trickle Down Economics”
By Ray Skwire (2010)
"Sharp Dressed Man"
Discussion: This is a political, protest, news, and cultural discussion and debate format open to everyone in the world and seeking a diversity of opinions from our group members; where all the group members, moderators, and administrators are the columnists, editorial writers, and photojournalists. We seek a global membership to facilitate our discussions, debates, and understanding of one another. Please join us in our blog to share your views of headline news of the world we share together. The group Administrators and Moderators may act to protect members from identity theft, harassment, spamming, personal threats, trolls, and other excesses. Please contact a member of the group staff if you have any questions.
The group discussion format functions under a code of conduct (COC); for more details: www.flickr.com/groups/global_photojournalism_news_protest...
Administration: The policy of the administrators and moderators is to facilitate, but not to instigate, the free exchange of dialogue in discussion and photography among members of the group and peoples of the world.
Disclaimer: Subject matter submitted to and/or invited to the group does not necessarily reflect the views of all members, moderators, and/or administrators. The group administrators and moderators reserve the right to remove photographs without warning.
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