The World Press Photo Foundation announces the results of its renowned contests, the 61st annual World Press Photo Contest and the 8th annual World Press Photo Digital Storytelling Contest.
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Entries by UnFrame
As nearly a million survivors of ethnic cleansing struggle to rebuild their lives in Bangladesh, the vestiges of violence, ubiquitous illness and injury, emotional trauma, insufficient resources, and food insecurity permeates their new existence…
Rimini has been the muse and inspiration for great artists: the renowned director Federico Fellini, in the film Amarcord portrayed an oneirc Rimini perpetually suspended between childhood dreams and teenage turmoil. Also, native-born photographer Marco Pesaresi contributed with his black and white shots…
In a remote village in west Bengal, the Gajan festival is being celebrated for more than 100 years now. Devotees pray, fast and sleep on the floor for one entire month. On the last day, youth take part to a painful ritual of the crucifixion.
About fifteen or twenty kilometers north from Delhi, as one goes along the river Yamuna, one comes upon the sand banks left behind by the shrinking river. That is a source of livelihood for some. A group of youths…
Based in Tokyo, Tsukiji is currently the world’s largest fish market. With the 2020 Olympic games being hosted in Japan’s capital city, Tsukiji is due to be demolished to make way for a new highway to improve travel congestion between the Olympic village and stadiums.
Bangladeshi Muslim people travel home in a overcrowded ferries and trains in Dhaka, Bangladesh ahead of the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
Life as a Refugee in Southern Rakhine’s IDP Camps. A photographic project that addresses the systematic persecution of the Rohingya minority, perpetuated by the militarized, predominantly Buddhist, Rakhine government.
A collection of 365 portraits to mark the one year in jail of 5 human rights activists in Cambodia recently nominated as finalists for the “Human Rights Nobel Prize”
Besides the desire to just share what I witness I want to create from what I experience. Shooting on film made me strip down to the 4 most basic elements: composition, light, color and motion.
„Mountainland“ surveys the lives and societies of the Southeast Asian Massif, a region that sprawls across Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, China, India and Bangladesh.
UnFrame photographers are pleased to announced that Artur Conka has been nominated for the Joop Swart Masterclass by the World Press Photo Foundation.
The event is run annually for the world’s most talented emerging visual journalists and is designed to support and enhance diversity in visual journalism.