UPI Newspictures

UPI Newspictures cover today's most compelling newsmakers and offer you a window on the news from where it takes place, everywhere from the White House to the Red Carpet.

UPI Newspictures team uses on-site and remote editors for the transmission of these images in real time for deadlines on major events, such as the opening ceremonies of the Olympics, presidential inaugurations or the red carpet arrivals at the Academy Awards.

UPI photographers are located where major stories happen including Washington, D.C., New York, Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, and the Middle East.

Areas of coverage include:

  • News – The United States and around the globe with a current focus on the Middle East. Coverage includes headshots of key political newsmakers.
  • Entertainment – Entertainment events and celebrities in Hollywood, New York and London, with an emphasis on movie premieres, concerts, fashion runways, and the Red Carpet.
  • Sports – Major personalities in sports including football, basketball, hockey, baseball, tennis golf and auto racing.
  • Washington, D.C. – Political coverage including events at the White House, Capitol Hill, and meetings with international heads of state.
  • Lifestyle and Culture – Daily life including religion, festivals and holidays.

In addition to the 120 to 200 photographs produced daily, a subscription to UPI Newspictures includes a searchable online photo archive of over one million photos dating back to 1995.

UPI Newspictures are accessible via FTP or Web. Photographs include English captions and metadata, accessible through image software.

The UPI standard image is 4,000 pixels (long side) at 300dpi, which will produce a 10x8 inch image document. The UPI base image is 2,000 pixels at 300dpi. Both are HIGH quality JPEG files produced in Photoshop.

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Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks before awarding 17 recipients with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, during a ceremony in White House on July 7, 2022. Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI