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World Press Photo Upholds Controversial Decision

World Press Photo is standing firm behind its decision to uphold the Contemporary Issues award it bequeathed upon Giovanni Troilo after the Italian photographer was accused of staging his work. 1,091 more words

World Press Photo 2014: love as a global equality issue

By World Press Photo

#Russia #LGBT #discrimination #GMABlog

The jury of the 58th annual World Press Photo Contest has selected an image by Danish photographer Mads Nissen, a staff photographer for Danish daily newspaper Politiken, as the World Press Photo of the Year 2014. 364 more words

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Regarding Photography and Truth

In Chewing Gum and Chocolate, influential Japanese photographer Shomei Tomatsu writes: “A photographer is sometimes a passerby and sometimes a sojourner. But that only changes his perspective, not the act of continually looking. 1,240 more words


Belgian Mayor Says Award-Winning Photos of His City 'Distort Reality'

The mayor of Charleroi, Belgium, has asked World Press Photo to withdraw an award given to Italian photographer Giovanni Troilo for a series of images that he says “undermines” his city and its inhabitants. 535 more words

How a Chinese Organization is Helping Photographers Win Awards

Ever since Shaoming Yang became the first Chinese photographer to win a World Press Photo award in 1988, his peers have tried to follow in his footsteps. 596 more words

Quali macchine fotografiche hanno usato i vincitori del World Press Photo?


Egon: Mai incrociare i flussi!
Peter: Perché?
Egon: Sarebbe male.
Peter: Faccio sempre confusione tra il bene e il male, che intendi per male? 202 more words


Word Press Photo contest - 2015

The World Press Photo 2015 (best photo of 2014) contest has been announced again.

It’s showing up on my usual blogs and feeds for various reasons. 408 more words

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