world press photo

John Moore's haunting photo was among the dozens of winning images that show the power of photojournalism.
“We can’t just look at war and politics and human rights stories through the eyes of men."
A powerful image from the refugee crisis took the top prize in the contest.
Imagine the unimaginable. Think for a moment of a world without pictures. Assume that cameras were no more, that humanity had lost the power to document reality with images.
"In the post-process toning and balancing of the uneven light in the alleyway, I developed the raw file with different density
New York Times photographer Samuel Aranda was announced the winner of the iconic World Press Photo competition on Friday
Read more on The Independent A picture of an armed sheriff moving through an American home after an eviction due to a mortgage