|February 26, 2012 | Found Images

Rémi Ochlik, May 1, 2011, A rebel stonghold shelled by Gaddhafi forces outside Ajdabiya, Libya.

Rémi Ochlik, an award-winning French photojournalist, was just 29 when he died on Feb. 22, when government forces shelled a building where a growing number of foreign journalists were covering the battle in Homs, Syria. Ochlik died alongside Marie Colvin, an American who was one of Britain’s most honored combat reporters. Two other journalists were reportedly wounded in the barrage.