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Exposure by Kazuma Obara

30 years ago, on April 26th 1986, an explosion occured in a reactor of the nuclear power plant in Chernobyl. It has been, so far, the worst accident that has ever happened, in terms of costs and casualties. 1,286 more words


12 Photographers Named For This Year's Joop Swart Masterclass

Each year, a group of 12 young photographers come together for a “focused, intimate and reflective” workshop to help “foster their intellectual, artistic and professional growth.” Some of today’s most respected photographers have attended the one-week event, called the Joop Swart Masterclass and organized by World Press Photo. 213 more words

Why so much violence in press photos?

Every year World Press Photo announces the best media photography during the year, based on thousands of submitted photos from all around the world.

Indeed these photos can be deeply moving and say a lot about our world; they are technically superb and often examples of the magic of… 980 more words

Art Reflections

World Press Photo in LA

To be a witness of how American people is raising awareness through excellent photojournalism is a privilege.

Here’s some of my work for World Press Photo in collaboration with Theo Kingma current President of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which co-produces the Golden Globes. Enjoy!


Don McCullin - by Giselle N.

Many wonder how people have the chance to capture such captivating and moving pictures from war. The truth is, it takes a lot of courage and will and Don McCullin knows that. 277 more words


Life of Pablo - Giselle N.

Pablo Bartholomew is an Indian-based, self-taught photographer. His father served as an influence to him since he too was a photographer. He began to work with pictures a very young age and even was awarded his first World Press Photo just at the age of 20 on morphine addicts in India. 101 more words