Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography

Greg Marinovich získal cenu v roce 1991
John Filo byl oceněn v roce 1971
Steve Starr v roce 1970 získal ocenění Pulitzer Prize za fotografii ozbrojenců na Cornell University

Ocenění Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography bylo součástí Pulitzerovy ceny od roku 1968 do roku 1999 a bylo udělováno za významný přínos v černobílé nebo barevné fotografii. Od roku 1969 se jediná kategorie - Pulitzer Prize for Photography - rozdělila na spot news (od roku 2000 breaking news) a feature photography. Pulitzerova komise s oceněním vydává také oficiální zprávu vysvětlující důvody pro udělení.

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V roce 1974 získal ocenění Anthony K. Roberts, fotograf na volné noze, Beverly Hills Kalifornie, za cyklus snímků Fatal Hollywood Drama, na němž byl údajně zabit únosce.

Odkazy

Reference

  1. Joshua Prager, December 2, 2006. "A Photograph's Hidden History", Wall Street Journal, Weekend Edition, New York

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Campus Guns.jpg
"Campus Guns", photograph of armed black student activists leaving Willard Straight Hall at Cornell University after having occupied it for 36 hours in protest of racism at the university. Winner of the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography.
Fatal Hollywood Drama 3.jpg
A photo in the series "Fatal Hollywood Drama", documenting a failed kidnapping attempt that ended with the kidnapper shot to death by a security guard.
  • Kidnapper: Edward F. Fisher, 39
  • Victim: Ellen Sheldon, 22
  • Security guard: George H. Derby, 32

The incident occurred on November 23, 1973, in the parking lot of Zodys department store in Hollywood.

The series of 4 photos was captured by Anthony K. Roberts, a freelance photographer who happened to be nearby. He received the 1974 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for the series.
Stanley Forman (1976).jpg
Autor: Hans Peters / Anefo, Licence: CC0
World Press Photo geopend door Van der Stoel in Van Goghmuseum in Amsterdam; Van der Stoel met winnaar Stanley Forman bij zijn fotos
  • 14 april 1976
Fatal Hollywood Drama 2.jpg
A photo in the series "Fatal Hollywood Drama", documenting a failed kidnapping attempt that ended with the kidnapper shot to death by a security guard.
  • Kidnapper: Edward F. Fisher, 39
  • Victim: Ellen Sheldon, 22
  • Security guard: George H. Derby, 32

The incident occurred on November 23, 1973, in the parking lot of Zodys department store in Hollywood.

The series of 4 photos was captured by Anthony K. Roberts, a freelance photographer who happened to be nearby. He received the 1974 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for the series.
Kiss of Life by Rocco Morabito.jpg
"Kiss of Life", photograph of utility lineman Jimmy Thompson giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to fellow worker R. G. Champion after Champion was knocked unconscious by an electric shock. Winner of the 1968 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography.
Johnfilo.jpg
(c) Badagnani na projektu Wikipedie v jazyce angličtina, CC BY-SA 3.0
John Filo speaking at the 39th annual May 4 Commemoration at Kent State University in Kent, United States. The event, which was organized by the May 4 Task Force, was held on the university's Commons.
Fatal Hollywood Drama 1.jpg
A photo in the series "Fatal Hollywood Drama", documenting a failed kidnapping attempt that ended with the kidnapper shot to death by a security guard.
  • Kidnapper: Edward F. Fisher, 39
  • Victim: Ellen Sheldon, 22
  • Security guard: George H. Derby, 32

The incident occurred on November 23, 1973, in the parking lot of Zodys department store in Hollywood.

The series of 4 photos was captured by Anthony K. Roberts, a freelance photographer who happened to be nearby. He received the 1974 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for the series.
Fatal Hollywood Drama 4.jpg
A photo in the series "Fatal Hollywood Drama", documenting a failed kidnapping attempt that ended with the kidnapper shot to death by a security guard.
  • Kidnapper: Edward F. Fisher, 39
  • Victim: Ellen Sheldon, 22
  • Security guard: George H. Derby, 32

The incident occurred on November 23, 1973, in the parking lot of Zodys department store in Hollywood.

The series of 4 photos was captured by Anthony K. Roberts, a freelance photographer who happened to be nearby. He received the 1974 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for the series.