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Ten Top Photo Journalism Shots

Here are 10 great examples of photo journalism that have won an Editor's Choice award.

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The photos displayed here have been hand-picked by Peter Bargh, ePHOTOzine's editor and represent his personal favourites from work that has been submitted to ePHOTOzine's Photography Gallery. Here we have picked out ten top photos tagged with 'Photo Journalism' but you can see various forms of photography in the Editor's Choice Gallery.

The Darkside - POOCHIE

The Darkside


The Gathering - fazzer

The Gathering

Eversholt Street, Camden - JaHa

Eversholt Street, Camden


Under the bridge - ascarpa

Under the bridge


Sunday afternoons - parallax

Sunday Afternoons


Street Food - Strobe

Street Food


Jerusalem - anca_m131

Jerusalem


A Storytelling Face VIII - pronabk

A storytelling face VIII


Rodeo XI - steve_evans

Rodeo


The nervy peeker. - franken

The nervy peeker









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User_Removed 13 736 4
23 Jan 2013 11:36AM
These are extremely striking images but they are not 'photojournalism' per se if they don't tell a story. They all need captioning for them to explain more about the situation. It needs to say What, Where, When, How and Why. Here's a useful link.

captioning tips

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