World Press Photo of a Year: A Tale Told Twice

April 13, 2018 - photo frame

Magdalena Herrera, executive of photography during Geo France and jury chair, described a winning picture as “a exemplary print of insurgency that is visually distinguished and has energy.” Mr. Schemidt’s support was distinctive, she said, and a stronger singular picture than any by his co-worker Mr. Barretto.

“The disproportion was Ronaldo’s composition,” she said. “In a other array we had a account though we didn’t have as strong a singular frame.”

Mr. Schemidt remarkable that a judges make a decisions, not he, adding that “the work of my co-worker Juan is glorious and he positively is also honourable to be in initial place.” When he took a photos he only saw it as “one some-more tour in all a work we did in Venezuela,” if anything.

“I work a same approach anywhere in a universe that we have to work though this is my nation and we am repelled what Venezuela has become,” he said. “I have family and friends still in Venezuela struggling with a effects of a crisis.”

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