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A photo editor for the news and photo agency Agence France Presse (AFP), searching online for photos of the earthquake, found the photographs posted by Suero and passed eight of them on the agency's photo "wire service," crediting them to Suero.
DAPD news agency's bankruptcy came as a surprise as it declared an expansion in 2011, buying French photo agency Sipa Press in July and started a sports service a month later.
He told the BBC: "The photographs, which can in no way be considered scandalous, were bought from an international photo agency, do not harm the image of the protagonists and the reaction of the media seems to me wholly over the top.
These will include the director of photography for Geo France Magdalena Herrera, director of photography at Vrij Nederland Jenny Smets, photographer at VII Photo Agency Donald Weber, and photographer at Agence Vu Michael Zumstein.
The exhibition that runs until February 12 with daily timings of 10am to 10pm, is the first of a series of collaborative projects between the leading global photo agency and the Cultural Village Foundation (Katara).
Design Pics Inc., headquartered in Edmonton, Canada, announces the acquisition of Alaska Stock, an Anchorage-based photo agency, effective Oct.
after I secured her prints from photo agency New ID.
AP/ AFP/ Reuters, European Photo Agency File Photo Images Available.
Photo agency X17 also said that they found out nothing when they looked into the scene.
Coraid Inc, a developer of Ethernet SAN solutions, revealed on Tuesday that over a petabyte of its EtherDrive SAN storage has been deployed by Shutterstock, a subscription-based stock photo agency.
Photo agency boss Darryn Lyons arrived next, as well as Sally Bercow, the wife of House of Commons Speaker John Bercow, who admitted her husband did not approve of her decision to take part.
Gary Morgan, CEO of Splash News, a celebrity photo agency, foresees fleets of virtually silent miniature UAVs buzzing the skies over Hollywood Hills and other hangouts of the rich and famous, snappin' photos and video of completely unsuspecting subjects.