Fotosurat uchun Pulitser mukofoti har yili jurnalistika uchun beriladigan Amerika Pulitser mukofotlaridan biri hisoblanadi. U 1942-yilda ta'sis etilgan va 1968-yilda ikkita fotojurnalistika mukofoti bilan almashtirilgan: Badiiy fotosuratlar uchun Pulitser mukofoti va "Spot yangiliklar fotosurati uchun Pulitser mukofoti", keyinchalik bu mukofot 2000-yilda eng yangi fotosuratlar uchun Pulitser mukofoti deb o'zgartirildi.
Pulitser mukofotlari Jozef Pulitserning vasiyatiga ko'ra ta'sis etilgan bo'lib, u to'rtta jurnalistika mukofotini taklif qilgan va 1917-yildan boshlab ochilgan. 1942-yilga kelib, jurnalistika uchun sakkizta Pulitser bor edi; Endi esa bir necha yillardan buyon bu mukofot 14 tabo'lib, shu jumladan, ikkitasi fotojurnalistika uchun.
G'oliblar[tahrir | manbasini tahrirlash]
26 yil davomida 26 ta oddiy foto mukofotlari, shu jumladan 1944-yilda ikkitasi (1943-yilgi ish uchun) va 1946-yilda birortasi ham berilmagan.
|Year||Image||Photographer||News agency||Title / Description|
|1942-yil||Milton Brooks||Detroit News||"Ford Strikers Riot"|
|1943-yil||Frank Noel||Associated Press||"Water!"|
|1944-yil||Earle L. Bunker||World-Herald
|Frank Filan||Associated Press||"Tarawa Island"|
|1945-yil||Joe Rosenthal||Associated Press||"Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima"|
|1947-yil||Arnold Hardy||Amateur photographer
(Distributed by AP)
|A woman leaping from a fire in the Winecoff Hotel.|
|1948-yil||Frank Cushing||Boston Traveler||"Boy Gunman and Hostage", in which a 15-year-old boy held another boy hostage in an alley.|
|1949-yil||Nathaniel Fein||New York Herald-Tribune||"Babe Ruth Bows Out", of Babe Ruth at his number retirement by the Yankees.|
|1950-yil||Bill Crouch||Oakland Tribune||"Near Collision at Air Show"|
|1951-yil||Max Desfor||Associated Press||For his photographic coverage of the Korean War, an example of which is Flight of Refugees Across Wrecked Bridge in Korea.|
|1952-yil||John Robinson and Don Ultang||Des Moines Register||A sequence of six pictures of a Drake University–Oklahoma A&M football game in which Drake player Johnny Bright's jaw was deliberately broken.|
|1953-yil||William M. Gallagher||Flint Journal
|Ex-Governor Adlai Stevenson with a hole in his shoe, taken during the 1952 presidential campaign.|
|1954-yil||Virginia Schau||Amateur photographer||"Rescue on Pit River Bridge", a photograph of a thrilling rescue at Redding, California.|
|1955-yil||John L. Gaunt, Jr.||Los Angeles Times||"Tragedy by the Sea", showing a young couple standing together beside the Pacific Ocean in Hermosa Beach, California, in which only a few minutes earlier their nineteen month-old son had perished.|
|1956-yil||Staff||New York Daily News||For consistently excellent news picture coverage in 1955, an outstanding example of which is "Bomber Crashes in Street", a photo of a B-26 bomber crash in a neighborhood.|
|1957-yil||Harry A. Trask||Boston Traveler||Photographic sequence of the sinking of the liner SS Andrea Doria, the pictures being taken from an airplane flying at a height of 75 feet nine minutes before the ship sank. (The second picture in the sequence is cited as the key photograph.)|
|1958-yil||William C. Beall||The Washington Daily News (D.C.)||"Faith and Confidence", showing a policeman patiently reasoning with a two-year-old boy trying to cross a street during a parade.|
|1959-yil||William Seaman||Minneapolis Star||"Wheels of Death", his photograph of the sudden death of a child in the street.|
|1960-yil||Andrew Lopez||United Press International||Series of four photographs of a corporal of dictator Fulgencio Batista's army, who was executed by a Fidel Castro firing squad, the principal picture showing the condemned man receiving last rites.|
|1961-yil||Fayl:Tokyo Stabbing.jpg||Yasushi Nagao||Mainichi Shimbun
(Distributed by UPI)
|"Tokyo Stabbing", showing 17-year-old Otoya Yamaguchi stabbing Inejiro Asanuma, the chairman of the Japanese Socialist Party.|
|1962-yil||Paul Vathis||Associated Press||"Serious Steps", showing John F. Kennedy and Dwight D. Eisenhower walking together at Camp David.|
|1963-yil||Fayl:Aid from the Padre.jpg||Héctor Rondón||La República
(Distributed by AP)
|"Aid from the Padre", picture of a priest holding a wounded soldier in the 1962 El Porteñazo insurrection in Venezuela.|
|1964-yil||Robert H. Jackson||Dallas Times-Herald||Jack Ruby shooting Lee Harvey Oswald.|
|1965-yil||Horst Faas||Associated Press||For his combat photography of the war in South Vietnam during 1964.|
|1966-yil||Kyoichi Sawada||United Press International||For his combat photography of the war in Vietnam War during 1965. "Flee to Safety", depicting a Vietnamese family wading across a river to escape an attack, was cited as a noted example of his work.|
|1967-yil||Jack R. Thornell||Associated Press||Civil rights activist James Meredith lying wounded on a road in Mississippi after having been shot by a roadside gunman.|
Manbalar[tahrir | manbasini tahrirlash]
- „Photography“. The Pulitzer Prizes. Qaraldi: 2-yanvar 2021-yil.
- Heys, Sam. „Pulitzer Photo - Georgia Tech student was the first photographer at the scene of Atlanta's worst hotel fire“. Georgia Tech Alumni Association. 22-dekabr 2013-yilda asl nusxadan arxivlandi. Qaraldi: 18-aprel 2012-yil.
- „Archived copy“. 6-mart 2012-yilda asl nusxadan arxivlandi. Qaraldi: 18-may 2010-yil.
- The Pulitzer Prize Photographs Rubin: . Newseum Inc., 2011. ISBN 978-0-9799521-3-5.
- Hartzenbusch, Lara. „US photographer Max Desfor relives Korean War“. BBC News (25-iyun 2010-yil). Qaraldi: 2-yanvar 2021-yil.
- „Archived copy“. 26-iyun 2011-yilda asl nusxadan arxivlandi. Qaraldi: 29-may 2011-yil.
- „Boston newspaper wins Pulitzer Prize“. Quad-City Times. AP (3-may 1966-yil).