World Press Photo 2009

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Лауреатом премии World Press Photo в 2010 году стал итальянец Пьетро Мастурцо (Pietro Masturzo), сообщается на сайте WPP. Награду самого престижного конкурса фотожурналистов присудили за фотографию, сделанную летом 2009 года в Иране во время акций протеста, начавшихся после выборов президента.

На снимке, признанном лучшим за 2009 год, изображена женщина, выкрикивающая протестные лозунги с крыши посреди ночи. Судьи сочли, что фотография хороша как с точки зрения формы, так и с точки зрения содержания и точно передает напряжение ситуации. Мастурцо до самого конца не верил в то, что престижную награду могут присудить фотографу-фрилансеру, заявил он сам в интервью Associated Press.

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Pietro Masturzo, an Italian freelance photographer, won the World Press Photo of the Year 2009 award with this picture of women shouting in protest from a rooftop in Tehran, on 24 June. Jury chair Ayperi Karabuda Ecer said: "The photo shows the beginning of something, the beginning of a huge story. It adds perspectives to news. It touches you both visually and emotionally, and my heart went out to it immediately." The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 12, 2010.
Woman shouting on a rooftop in protest to the presidential election results, Tehran, Iran, 24 June.


Adam Ferguson, a photographer for VII Mentor Program for The New York Times based in Australia, won the first prize in the Spot News Singles category for this picture of an Afghan woman being rushed from the scene of a suicide bombing, Kabul, 15 December. The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 12, 2010.


Mohammed Salem, a Reuters photographer based in the Gaza Strip, won the second prize in the Spot News Singles category of the World Press Photo of the Year 2009 with this picture of smoke rising during Israel's offensive in Gaza January 8, 2009. The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 12, 2010.


Walter Astrada, an Agence France-Presse photographer based in Argentina, won the first prize in the Spot News Stories category for this picture titled "Bloodbath in Madagascar", taken on February 2009. The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 12, 2010.


This photo made available by World Press Photo in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Friday, Feb, 12, 2010, shows the First prize in the General News Singles category of the 2010 World Press Photo contest by Swedish photographer Kent Klich, named Gaza photo album: Tuzzah, Gaza Strip, March 3, 2009. This material is for single publications in print or for a temporary online publication, and may be used exclusively to publicize the 2010 World Press Photo contest and exhibition. It may not be published as part of an article or any other item that contains no direct link to World Press Photo and its activities without prior permission from the photographer or agency.


Olivier Laban Mattei, an Agence France-Presse photographer based in France, has won the third prize of the General News Stories category of the 2009 World Press Photo Contest with this photo of Myanmar's (Burma) cyclone aftermath. The prize-winning entries of the 2009 World Press Photo Contest, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 13, 2009


Malick Sidib�a The New York Times Magazine photographer based in Mali, won the first prize in the Arts and Entertainment Singles category for this picture titled "Fashion portfolio: Prints and the Revolution", in Mali. The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 12, 2010.


Gareth Copley, a Press Association photographer based in Britain, won the first prize in the Sports Action Singles category for this picture of England�s Jonathan Trott is running out at the fifth Ashes test match, in London, August. The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 12, 2010


Annie van Gemert, a photographer based in Netherlands, won the second prize in the Portraits Stories category for the series "Boys and girls". The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 12, 2010.


Kitra Cahana, a Fabrica for Colors photographer based in Canada, won the first prize in the Arts and Entertainment Stories category for this picture of Rainbowland, New Mexico. The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 12, 2010.


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