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Canon listens to Ambassadors' feedback

Canon listens to Ambassadors' feedback

Canon Ambassadors give technical feedback to representatives of Canon Inc. today at the Palais des Congrès in Perpignan. The round table sessions were part of the continuous dialogue that Canon has with leading photographers. © Dan Kendall

Screenings reach a wider audience

Screenings reach a wider audience

On 2 September the screenings at Campo Santo were opened up to a wider audience with the first of three consecutive daily screenings at La Place de la République. In this shot of the screen at La Place de la République six of the recipients of the 2010 Getty Images Grants are shown on stage with Visa pour l'Image Director Jean-François Leroy (right) and Aidan Sullivan (second right), the Vice President of Photo Assignments for Getty Images. © Dan Kendall

Last night's screenings at Campo Santo, shown simultaneously on a huge screen at La Place de la République, began with the latest round of Visa pour l'Image 2010 awards being announced to the spellbound audiences in both venues in Perpignan.

The recipients of the latest Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography were announced both at last night's screening and this afternoon at a press conference in the Palais des Congrès. It is the sixth year of the Getty Images Grants that launched in 2005 with the goal of empowering photojournalists to bring attention to significant social and cultural issues, and to take strides in inspiring creative work.

The judges for 2010 Getty Images Grants were Stephen Frailey (School of Visual Arts, New York), Visa pour l'Image Director Jean-François Leroy, photographer Eugene Richards, Kathy Ryan (The New York Times Magazine) and Jamie Wellford (Newsweek).

Five grants of $20,000 were awarded to the professional photographers Stefano de Luigi, Edwin Koo, Miquel Dewever-Plana, Darcy Padilla, and Jérôme Sessini. In addition, four student grants, of $5,000, went to Bryan Anselm, Julie Glassberg, Julia Marie Rendleman and Paris Visone. You can view all of their work in the special multimedia presentation below.

Getty Images' Vice President of Photo Assignments, Aidan Sullivan, explained: "We know as judges how important these awards have become. They help these important projects that, without these grants, would not be seen."

Click here to view a multimedia presentation of the work of the nine photographers who were awarded the Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography.

  • Carsten Snejberg (Reportage by Getty Images) received the 2010 CARE Award for Humanitarian Reportage at the beginning of last night's screening at Campo Santo for his ongoing project documenting illegal immigrants in Europe. When receiving his award Snejberg took the microphone and told the audience in Campo Santo: "I am very proud to get this award and it will allow me to continue my project on illegal immigration." Frédéric Sautereau won the Visa d'or Daily Press Award with his work on the Gaza Strip for La Croix. Photographer Gali Tibbon, who was on the Daily Press Award's judging panel, told CPN: "It was the stand out piece of work from the entries."