Pubblicato da il 17 feb 2014 in Francesco C. | 1 commento

I vincitori del World Press Photo

I vincitori del World Press Photo

Il World Press Photo si è concluso, ora si aspetta solo la celebrazione ufficiale e la passerella dei vincitori, in scena ad Amsterdam dal 24 al 25 aprile. La giuria, composta da 19 professionisti riconosciuti a livello internazionale, ha scelto e premiato ben 53 fotografi proveniente da 25 nazioni differenti, ma solo uno ha ricevuto il premio assoluto: il vincitore del World Press Photo 2013 è il fotografo americano John Stanmeyer, della VII Photo Agency.

Il suo scatto, pubblicato su National Geographic ed eseguito a Djibouti, crocevia comune per i migranti in transito provenienti da paesi come la Somalia, l’Etiopia e l’Eritrea, mostra i migranti intenti ad alzare al cielo il loro telefono, in attesa di trovare un segnale di linea che li possa mettere in contatto con i parenti e la loro terra natia.

I vincitori li avete letti sul nostro sito, qui di seguito proponiamo una galleria di immagini gentilmente concesse dal World Press Photo.

WORLD PRESS PHOTO OF THE YEAR 2013: John Stanmeyer, USA per VII for National Geographic / Signal, Djibouti City, 26 February

WORLD PRESS PHOTO OF THE YEAR 2014: John Stanmeyer, USA per VII for National Geographic

GENERAL NEWS SINGLES: Winner Alessandro Penso, Italy, OnOff Picture / Temporary accommodation for Syrian refugees, Sofia, Bulgaria, November

GENERAL NEWS SINGLES: Alessandro Penso, Italy, OnOff Picture

GENERAL NEWS STORIES: 2nd place to  William Daniels, France, Panos Pictures for Time / Chaos in Central African Republic, December

2	William Daniels, France, Panos Pictures for Time

SPOT NEWS SINGLES: Winner Phillipe Lopez, France, Agence France-Presse / Typhoon survivors, Tolosa, the Philippines, 18 November

1	Phillipe Lopez, France, Agence France-Presse

SPOT NEWS STORIES: Winner Goran Tomasevic, Serbia, Reuters / Rebels attack government checkpoint, Damascus, Syria, 30 January

1	Goran Tomasevic, Serbia, Reuters

SPOT NEWS STORIES:  2nd place to Tyler Hicks, USA, The New York Times / Massacre at Westgate mall, Nairobi, Kenya, 21 September

2	Tyler Hicks, USA, The New York Times

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES SINGLES: 3rd place to Christopher Vanegas, Mexico, La Vanguardia / El Guardían / Victims of organized crime, Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico

3	Christopher Vanegas, Mexico, La Vanguardia / El Guardían

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES STORIES: Winner Sara Naomi Lewkowicz, USA, for Time / A portrait of domestic violence, USA

Sara Naomi Lewkowicz, USA, for Time

DAILY LIFE SINGLES: Winner Julius Schrank, Germany, for de Volkskrant / Kachin fighters, Burma

Julius Schrank, Germany, for de Volkskrant

DAILY LIFE STORIES: Winner Fred Ramos, El Salvador, El Faro / The last outfit of the missing, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador

Fred Ramos, El Salvador, El Faro

SPORTS ACTION SINGLES: 2nd place to Andrzej Grygiel, Poland, for PAP-Polska Agencja Prasowa / Slalom action, Szczyrk, Poland, 24 March

2	Andrzej Grygiel, Poland, for PAP-Polska Agencja Prasowa

SPORTS ACTION STORIES: 3rd place to Quinn Rooney, Australia, Getty Images / World swimming sports

3	Quinn Rooney, Australia, Getty Images

SPORTS FEATURE STORIES: Winner Peter Holgersson, Sweden / Nadja Casadei – heptathlon and cancer

Peter Holgersson, Sweden

PEOPLE – OBSERVED PORTRAITS SINGLES: Winner Markus Schreiber, Germany, The Associated Press / Farewell Mandela, Pretoria, South Africa

1	Markus Schreiber, Germany, The Associated Press

PEOPLE – OBSERVED PORTRAITS STORIES: Winner Carla Kogelman, the Netherlands / Ich bin Waldviertel

Carla Kogelman, the Netherlands

PEOPLE – STAGED PORTRAITS SINGLES: Winner Brent Stirton, South Africa, Reportage by Getty Images / Blind albino boys, West Bengal, India

1	Brent Stirton, South Africa, Reportage by Getty Images

PEOPLE – STAGED PORTRAITS STORIES: 2nd place to Denis Dailleux, France, Agence Vu / Mother and son, Egypt

2	Denis Dailleux, France, Agence Vu

NATURE STORIES: Winner Steve Winter, USA, for National Geographic / Cougars

1	Steve Winter, USA, for National Geographic

NATURE STORIES: 3rd place to Christian Ziegler, Germany, for National Geographic Magazine / Bonobos – our unknown cousins, Congo

Christian Ziegler, Germany, for National Geographic Magazine

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