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19 Of The Most Powerful And Moving Press Images 2015

Take a look at some of the most moving press images from 2014, featured in a new title released next month.

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© Mads Nissen

 

Imagery captured by photojournalists, picture agencies, newspapers and magazines can be thought-provoking, emotionally charged and incredibly powerful, as the images entered into the World Press Photo of the Year competition demonstrate. Earlier this year, the results of the competition were announced and now, the complete results of the 2015 World Press Contest have been published in a book, available from 25 May 2015.

On the cover is an image (shown above) of Jon and Alex, a gay couple in Russia, captured by documentary photographer Mads Nissen who took the overall World Press Photo of the Year 2014 title. Inside the title is imagery of war, protests, the ebola crisis, memorable sporting moments and more.

18 of the images featured in the book can be seen below and for those interested in purchasing the title, it's priced at £16.95 and published by Thames & Hudson

 

 © Raphaela Rosella

 

© Asa Sjostrom

 

 © Sarker Protick

 

© Sergei Ilnitsky

 

© Ronghui Chen

 

© Al Bello

 

© Paolo Verzone

 

© Anand Varma

 

© Tomas van Houtryve

 

© Ami Vitale

 

© Darcy Padilla

 

© Pete Muller

 

© Massimo Sestini

 

© Jerome Sessini

 

© Bao Tailiang

 

© Glenna Gordon

 

© Bulent Kilic

 

© Yongzhi Chu

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27 Apr 2015 10:51AM
2014? I think the publication is World Press Photo 2015...
27 Apr 2015 11:53AM

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