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Jumping lamb. Photo Credit: Ineke Kamps and more high jumping images from Amy Robertson, Senior Technology Program Manager at Getty Images.
“Girl empowerment is one of the strongest prevention techniques to end child marriage,” says Sinclair. By teaching basic photography skills, the workshop affirmed the value of their voices and their stories.
Stephanie Sinclair’s nonprofit, Too Young to Wed , has partnered with Fuji Film and the Samburu Girls Foundation (SGF)—an organization that rescues vulnerable girls from harmful practices in rural Kenya—to put on a photography workshop for girls between ages of 11 and 14.
There’s not much going on in these pictures, but it’s obvious that this town is nothing but charm.
60-year-old Michael Paul Smith has spent countless hours photographing one quaint town. There’s something about the place that always drew him to it.
L’image est abstraite et surréaliste, mais aussi pleine de vie et de personnalité.
Originaire du Japon, Satoki Nagata est tout d’abord arrivé aux Etats Unis pour exercer sa profession dans le domaine scientifique. Une dizaine d’années plus tard, lassé, il se décide de se tourner vers les arts visuels et c’est ainsi qu’il commence à apprendre la photographie.
Get your gender stereotype-busting images in now because the competition is ending on Feb 29th! http://gtty.im/1KHnvbX
‘Let’s see what you got!’ is a great example of the inspiring images we’re received so far and entered into our competition ‘Lean In Collection on iStock by Getty Images’ by Irma Mason.
Lantern Festival Marks Final Day of Chinese New Year Celebrations
A villager performs iron sparks to celebrate Lantern Festival at Henghe Village of Taiping Town on February 22, 2016 in Jining, Shandong Province of China. Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
Kevin Frayer, an intrepid documenter of life in China for Getty Images, shows the effects of China’s dependence on coal and the pollution it creates: http://gtty.im/1KYhCa8
Getty Images News photographer Kevin Frayer was awarded 1st prize single and for this haunting picture from Shanxi China and 2nd prize story for his series on Tibetan Buddhist nomads in the Daily Life category.