Getty Images award-winning photojournalist John Moore has traveled the world capturing horrific scenes of violence from war zones to egregious human rights violations. For the past decade, Moore has been photographing the migrant crisis, and ended up in R
Many years ago, I had the pleasure of seeing the late Chris Hondros speak at the Eddie Adams Workshop. During his presentation, he showed an entire of sequence of images that led up to this 2005 image of a 5-year-old Samar Hassan with blood covered hands
Whenever Chris Hondros returned to New York City after a long assignment, it was like a roving professor holding office hours. One meeting at Caffe Reggio in Greenwich Village would morph into drinks or dinner with out-of-towners visiting Brooklyn. Friends came and went, but the discussion was always rich and lively. That’s what I miss the most about him.
Award-winning photojournalist Chris Hondros was killed by a rocket-propelled grenade while covering the Libyan conflict in 2011. As a book of his images and writing is published, Jonathan Klein, CEO of Getty Images, shares his memories
On March 9, however, several people who had submitted Hondros’s name received an email signed by Nancy Webster of Brooklyn Bridge Park, saying the Park was looking only for names that described aspects of the park
We conclude our series remembering Chris Hondros: Tyler Hicks, Darren McCollester, Shannon Stapleton, James Pomerantz, and Bruno Stevens. Additional photos and videos by Tim Fadek, Mark Ovaska, and Alan Chin.
Gerry Souter was a photography student from the Art Institute who came to the work as a press photographer for the Chicago Tribune in 1964. He stayed two years. In that time, he had a view of photojournalism that we will never see again.
Since that time, he has become a media consultant and prolific author, writing over 40 books with his wife Janet.
Recently he privately responded to one of my blog posts, sharing some of the history of photojournalism as practiced in Chicago about 47 years ago. It was fascinating, so I asked for a “10 Questions” interview about life as a press photographer in the early 60’s.
Several days after this tragedy, you received a phone call from Paul Wolfowitz. Even though the picture revealed Bush’s military vagrancy, the Pentagon’s Deputy Secretary of Defense admired your work and invited you to lunch to ask you how to become a war photographer.
An estimated 800 mourners attended the April 27 memorial service for photographer Chris Hondros. The service was held at the Sacred Hearts St. Stephens Church in Brooklyn, where Hondros and his fiancée had planned to hold their wedding this August. Hondr