Tag: Daniel Berehulak

Daniel Berehulak: Behind the Pulitzer — zPhotoJournal

I think it comes down to how we differentiate ourselves from the “clutter” and how we differentiate our content. Because we ARE journalists…that we use due diligence…check our information and our sources when we are producing it…and when we are consuming it we have to be wary. There are so many different feeds available now…that we can tailor that. If you’re doing research on a certain story…you can “harness” all of this information and use it to our advantage. There is always going to be clutter…but the most exciting thing is that we are now living in a generation that is so much more visually intelligent than it ever was…so it’s up to us…as we are consuming so much more imagery these days. I want to see that as an opportunity on how we can harness these audiences…and harness our own work and to get our voices across to the right people.


Arthus-Bertrand Visa d’or awards 2015 : News and Feature – The Eye of Photography

The 2015 Arthus-Bertrand Visa d’or awards go to the best reportages published between September 2014 and August 2015. Laureates are Daniel Berehulak with The Ebola Epidemic for The Visa d’or Feature , and Bülent Kiliç for the Visa d’or awards for news reporting with Syrian Refugees at the Turkish border


Getty Images at Visa pour l’Image 2015 – The Eye of Photography

Five international photographers from Getty Images are currently exhibited in part of Festival Visa pour l'image until to September 13th 2015 : Lynsey Addario (Syrian Refugees in the Middle East), Daniel Berehulak (The Ebola Epidemic for The New York Times), Alejandro Cegarra (Living with the Legacy of Hugo Chavez), Edouard Elias (The French Foreign Legion in the Central African Republic) and Omar Havana (Earthquake in Nepal).


Overlooked at World Press Photo, Daniel Berehulak Wins 2015 Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography | American Photo

Earlier this year, it was pointed out that his work went overlooked in the World Press Photo contest, where 1 in 5 finalists were disqualified for approaching some unacceptable level of post-processing.