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Photojournalism

 

the reportage of current events through photographs appearing in newspapers, in magazines, and on special bulletin boards, such as those of PHOTO TASS. In contrast to the documentary art of photography, photojournalism often makes use of photographs that lack aesthetic value; the pictures are chosen primarily on the basis of their historical and cognitive merits.

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The statement stated that targeting photojournalists by Israeli occupation increased, from 144 violations , 31 cases were shootings( by live and rubber pullets) in addition to direct targeting by gas and sound bombs directing towards photojournalists bodies with purpose of causing gross harms to them .
In 'The Hunt', a photojournalist sneaks back into his hotel room to take photos after being interrogated and told to leave by Chinese soldiers.
Enraged with the lensmen, a few congress party workers misbehaved with photojournalists and began to thrash them.
Mohammad Salem Jadallah, a photojournalist with Reuters news agency, won the Award of Excellence for the General News category for a photograph of a group of Palestinian boys weeping for their dead brother at Shifa Hospital in Gaza City after he was killed by Israeli army gunfire at the Gaza border with Israel last June.
David Burnett, acclaimed American photojournalist, poses for the picture after an interview with Gulf News at the Xposure 2018 at Sharjah Expo Centre, Sharjah.
The PCP workshop is the only comprehensive five-day training administered by working photojournalists. It is made possible through the time and effort volunteered by PCP members as a way of giving back to the photographic community.
A total of 15 domestic and foreign photojournalists, including two photojournalists from China's state-run Xinhua News Agency, presented 50 photos for the program co-organized by Mongolia's national news agency Montsame, the United Association of Mongolian Photographers and the Council on Mongolian National Brands.
He proposed making photojournalists and their families eligible for the government health insurance card.
For more information about the James Alan Cox Foundation for Student Photojournalists, please visit www.jamesalancoxfoundation.org.
In the February contest, four Daily Herald photojournalists placed.
According to the officials, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha expressed strong regret to Wang over the incident at the summit between Moon and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, hours after the violence in which Chinese security guards roughed up South Korean photojournalists who were following Moon at a trade event.
Photojournalists Taqi Al-Din Al-Huthaifi, Wael Al-Absi, and Saad Al-Nadhari were killed while covering clashes in the city of Taiz.