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Tag Archives: World Press Photo
I blogged just yesterday about some of the challenges of producing audio-slideshows, combining still photography, audio and video. I didn’t realise that, by coincidence, the World Press Photo awards would today be announcing the winners of the 2012 ‘multimedia’ category, … Continue reading
The powerful, haunting portrait above, of a young Afghan woman mutilated by the Taliban, by South African photographer Jodi Bieber, has this week won the World Press Photo of the Year 2010 award. Eighteen-year-old Bibi Aisha had her nose and … Continue reading