News Archive

Patti (Patricia Darlene) Skorupa, 61
03/03/2015 // FREMONT, CA (March 3, 2015) – Patti (Patricia Darlene) Skorupa, 61, of Fremont, CA, known throughout the Bay Area and the nation for her deep dedication and unfailing love of raising and training Flat-Coated Retrievers, died March 2, 2015 in...
The NSC Board Announces the Michel du Cille Memorial Scholarship Fund
03/02/2015 // NPPA’s Northern Short Course is establishing a scholarship fund to commemorate the life of photojournalist Michel du Cille. The Jamaican-born American photojournalist and winner of three Pulitzer Prizes during his career at The Miami Herald and The...
World Press Photo Issues Clarification Statement On Controversial Award
03/02/2015 // ATHENS, GA (March 2, 2015) – After World Press Photo released a statement yesterday in which it stood by the First Place Contemporary Issue Story award given to photographer Giovanni Troilo for a controversial set of photographs called "The Dark...
World Press Photo Stands By Controversial Award
03/01/2015 // AMSTERDAM (March 1, 2015) – In the aftermath of a written complaint by the mayor of Charleroi, World Press Photo conducted an investigation into the photographs of Italian photographer Giovanni Troilo, which were just recently awarded First Place in...
Viridiana Diaz Wins 2015 Gordon Yoder Award
02/27/2015 // ATHENS, GA (February 27, 2015) – The National Press Photographers Foundation congratulates Viridiana Diaz as the winner of the 2015 Gordon Yoder Award for video photojournalists.The award will allow Diaz to attend the NPPA News Video Workshop...
Marchetti, Santiago Win 2015 Alexia Foundation Grants
02/26/2015 // ATHENS, GA (February 26, 2015) – The winners of the Alexia Foundation 2015 Grants were announced today, and Paolo Marchetti of Rome is the professional winner and Michael Santiago of the San Francisco Art Institute is the student winner.The Alexia...
NPPA Releases Photo Ethics Statement, Plans Symposium With World Press Photo
02/21/2015 // By Donald R. WinslowATHENS, GA (February 21, 2015) – The National Press Photographers Association's Ethics Committee today released a statement concerning ethics and photojournalism, specifically regarding several ethical...
NPPA Ethics Committee Releases Statement On Disqualified World Press Photos
02/21/2015 // ATHENS, GA (February 21, 2015) – With winners in several of the annual photojournalism competitions being announced, and the NPPA on the verge of judging its own photo competition, once again the public, already skeptical of the idea of journalistic...
NPPA EyeTrack Research Methodology: Gathering Photographs, Perspectives, Opinions, Comments, And Data
02/21/2015 // Part Four of a four-part weekly series. Read Part One here, Part Two here, and Part Three here.   BY SARA QUINNATHENS, GA (Februrary 21, 2015) – We had big questions as we started our research on photojournalism funded by the National Press...
Paris Photojournalist Leroy Woodson, 70
02/18/2015 // PARIS (February 18, 2015) – Freelance photojournalist Leroy Woodson died in the Paris hospital La Salpetrière on February 12, 2015. He was 70. The son of a U.S. Foreign Service officer, Mr. Woodson had his primary education in Paris and studied at...

Pages