- RIOTS IN GUJARAT. Vitale, Ami // Current Events;4/4/2003, Vol. 102 Issue 23, SPECIAL REPORT p2
In this article, a riot scene in India has been interpreted through a photograph. This photograph won the third prize in the photography contest organized by the World Press Photo Foundation for photojournalists. There's a lot going on in this photo: action, emotion, drama. Though taken during...
- BOY MOURNS AT HIS FATHER'S GRAVESITE AFTER EARTHQUAKE. Grigorian, Eric // Current Events;4/4/2003, Vol. 102 Issue 23, SPECIAL REPORT p2
Here, the photograph of a boy, mourning at his father's gravesite after an earthquake in Iran, has been interpreted. The boy clutches his dead father's pants as he squats by the grave where his father is about to be buried. The photo was taken on June 23, 2002, after a massive earthquake struck...
- PRESTIGE OIL SPILL VOLUNTEER. Spottorno, Carlos // Current Events;4/4/2003, Vol. 102 Issue 23, SPECIAL REPORT p2
The article interprets the photograph of a rescue worker at the site where the Prestige oil tanker sank off the coast of Spain on November 20, 2002, affecting the shores and wildlife with millions of gallons of oil. The photograph won the second prize in the competition organized by the World...
- SKIN PROSTHETICS: SILICONE MASK. Leen, Sarah // Current Events;4/4/2003, Vol. 102 Issue 23, SPECIAL REPORT p3
In this photo, a woman gently cups a prosthetic mask of her face. The mask is so lifelike that it looks as if its eyes were about to open, giving the photo a surreal, or dreamlike, quality. The photograph won the second prize in the Science and Technology category in a photography competition...
- LEONARDO DICAPRIO. Winters, Dan // Current Events;4/4/2003, Vol. 102 Issue 23, SPECIAL REPORT p4
This is a photograph of actor Leonardo DiCaprio. It won the first prize in the photography competition organized by the World Press Photo Foundation in 2003, for photojournalists.
- GELADA BABOONS. Nichols, Michael // Current Events;4/4/2003, Vol. 102 Issue 23, SPECIAL REPORT p4
The article interprets a photograph of several female Gelada baboons in Ethiopia. The baboons in this picture are not laughing; they are angry. This photo won first prize in the nature and environment category in the competition organized by the World Press Photo Foundation in 2003, for...
- E&P Photo of the Year Contest. Mitchell, Greg // Editor & Publisher;11/20/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 47, p22
Presents the winners of 'Editor & Publisher's 2000 Photo of the Year contest, honoring the best in photojournalism in the United States. Title of photo; Photographer; Newspaper; Story.
- Society and You. Pyke, Barbara K. // PSA Journal;Oct2001, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p8
Reports the Master Photojournalist I Award received by Doctor Keith Vaughan in 2001. Background on Vaughan; Other nominees for the award; Requirements for the award.
- Anthony Suau: Success or Sarcophagus? Chin, Alan; Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes;4/22/2010, p3
A photograph is presented that depicts Anthony Suau receiving the World Press Award last year for his coverage of the collapsing American economy.