A picture is worth a thousand words. This is the basic premise on which a photojournalists’ career is made. Capturing photographs which irk a nerve, and overflow emotions.
Furthermore, these photojournalists across the world have difficult tasks. They trek to the most challenging places. However, they help unveil the unconventional reality.
These photographers have helped see us the world, like never before.
Paul is a marine biologist by profession. He works as a photojournalist for his passion of photography. Furthermore, he is a National Geographic Magazine contributor.
Paul is well known for his unique way of capturing photos. His main interest is in obscure parts of Arctic and Antarctica. Moreover, he helps raise awareness about climate change through his photos.
In addition, during one of his expeditions, Paul almost froze to death!
Abd Alkader Habak
Habak is an extremely renowned name in the field of photojournalism. This brave-heart has taken on various life threatening projects.
Earlier, he was documenting the evacuation of civilians in Kefraya. While several kids died in the bombing, Habak witnessed this first hand.
Subsequently, a photograph of him went viral. He is seen running away from the scene, while rescuing a boy.
This young women speaks through her photographs. Sinclair’s works show the evidence of women violence.
Moreover, her work focuses on highlighting the disparity in society. Consequently, her efforts to reduce child marriage have provided change.
Recently, her work on Iraq received a lot of global attention.
The list would be incomplete without McCurry. McCurry is best known for his photograph “Afghan Girl” from 1984.
Furthermore, he has captured stunning moments during the Iran Iraq War. In addition, he also covered the Gulf War, and Afghan Civil War.
McCurry completed a stunning series on India, which you can view here.