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Celebrated photo editor John Morris dies in Paris at 100

John Morris, a celebrated US-born editor who commissioned and published some of the most iconic photographs of the 20th century, died in Paris on Friday, Magnum Photos said. He was 100.


During the 2017 edition of the international photojournalism festival Visa pour l’Image-Perpignan, Canon and Polka collaborate to promote photojournalism and education, fully committed to contribute to the professional training of new generations of photographers.

Photojournalist William Daniels has published new book

The photojournalist William Daniels who give to the CIP a part of his photographs, has published a new book “RCA, République Centrafricaine” , on his work between 2013 and 2016 in Central African Republic. If you want to see some of this pictures click here.


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Every month, we ask a veteran photojournalist to review a portfolio submitted by a beginner. In return, the young professional reviews some of the images that the 'veteran' took at the same age. This month, long-time AFP Lebanese war photographer Patrick Baz and freelance French photojournalist Louis Witter exchange feedback on their photographs.




A Nation ripped apart 1936-1939

An overview of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), which resulted in the death of 500,000 people. This exhibition takes place at the Couvent des Minimes in Perpignan and the Rivesaltes Camp Memorial, March 17th-May 17th, 2017.

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Visa pour l'Image is the premier International Festival of photojournalism. It takes place in Perpignan, in southern France, every year during two weeks at the end of August and/or the beginning of September.