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De vez en cuando alguna noticia salta al ágora fotográfica y se convierte en tema de conversación, aunque la voracidad de las redes sociales se la traguen en poco tiempo. 1,188 more words


World Press Photo Releases Code of Ethics

Last spring, controversy shook one of the world’s most respected photo awards when World Press Photo revealed that 20% of entries that made it to the final round were disqualified for what the jury deemed excessive manipulation. 905 more words

World Press Photo 2015 al CCCB

La llum es filtra per les cortines, una parella comparteix un moment íntim a un petit apartament a San Petersburg. Tot normal tret que es tracta  d´una parella gai. 556 more words


World Press Photo Reveals 2016 Jury Members

After a tumultuous 2015, marred by accusations that the world’s leading photojournalism contest had strayed too far from traditional press photography, World Press Photo has unveiled a roster of 2016 jurors with strong news backgrounds. 361 more words

World Press Photo Partners With Everyday Africa to Survey African Photojournalists

World Press Photo is teaming up with popular social media movement Everyday Africa to launch a new database of news photojournalists from Africa.

“One of our priorities in the years ahead is to recognize the contribution of local photographers and increase diversity in the global community of visual journalists,” says World Press Photo Foundation managing director Lars Boering. 331 more words

2015 World Press Photo Exhibition :: Wellington, NZ.

Took a trip today to the 2015 World Press Photo Exhibition in Wellington, New Zealand [2015 World Press Photo]. $10 to get in, but definitely worth it – some incredible shots detailing some pretty harrowing events. 480 more words


Day 18 - World Press Photo

Year in, year out the World Press Photo exhibition is overwhelming. It feels like this year there are more terrible pictures than ever but for that very reason it’s worth a visit. 39 more words