Photography is a language that brings awareness to situations around the world. Breaking News supported by photography is a powerful method. When we hear that over 6 million people are currently evacuating areas of Florida, it is simply a statement. When we see the reason for the evacuation, the statement becomes enforced by the power of the image.

Atlantic Ocean – Hurricane Irma is captured by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration GOES-16 satellite as it strengthens to a category 5 hurricane in the central Atlantic Ocean. – Photograph: NOAA/EPA

Below are a couple more examples of the power of photography in the News

California, US – Firefighters tackle Burbank’s La Tuna fire, which has burned more than 5,000 acres, forcing people from their homes, shutting down an interstate and sending massive plumes of smoke in the air. Photograph: Kyle Grillot/Reuters

Saint Martin – An aerial photograph shows the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Irma in Philipsburg. Eighteen people are confirmed to have died in the storm. Photograph: Gerben van Es/AFP/Getty Images

Photography is a language that brings awareness to situations around the world. Breaking News supported by photography is a powerful method.

When we hear that over 6 million people are currently evacuating areas of Florida, it is simply a statement. When we see the reason for the evacuation, the statement becomes enforced by the power of the image.

Atlantic Ocean – Hurricane Irma is captured by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration GOES-16 satellite as it strengthens to a category 5 hurricane in the central Atlantic Ocean. – Photograph: NOAA/EPA

Below are a couple more examples of the power of photography in the News

California, US – Firefighters tackle Burbank’s La Tuna fire, which has burned more than 5,000 acres, forcing people from their homes, shutting down an interstate and sending massive plumes of smoke in the air. – Photograph: Kyle Grillot/Reuters

Saint Martin – An aerial photograph shows the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Irma in Philipsburg. Eighteen people are confirmed to have died in the storm. – Photograph: Gerben van Es/AFP/Getty Images