World Press Photo
June 2005 | Edition One     

World Press Photo's Education Department wishes to thank the following people for their contributions and help in the production of Enter, edition one:

Shahidul Alam, Bangladesh
Dave Clark, United Kingdom
David Campbell, Australia
Emmanuel Daou Bakary, Mali
Bevis Fusha, Albania
Ziyah Gafic, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Ernest Goh, Singapore
Maja Janevska, Macedonia
Mwanzo Millinga, Tanzania
Maria Mayu Mohanna, Peru
Trent Parke, Australia
Kathy Ryan, United States of America
Mark Sealy, United Kingdom
Abdu Simba, Tanzania
Petra Sutila, Slovenia
Manish Swarup, India
Amadou Chab Touré, Mali
Tanya Valic, Serbia and Montenegro
Nancy Chappell Voysest, Peru

Cover image: Ziyah Gafic, 2004, for Agenzia Grazia Neri/Cordaid

The Enter team:

Editor-in-Chief: Mike Smartt
Editor: Claudia Hinterseer (World Press Photo)
Design: Jorry van Someren and Djon van der Zwan (That’s id! multimedia)
Building and Distribution: Carlo Van Nistelrooij, Martijn Megens and Dirk Heijens (Lenthe Foundation/Emag)
Hosting: Kevin Struis (ASP4ALL)

Editorial team:
Maarten Koets, Evelien Kunst, Claudia Hinterseer (World Press Photo)

Maarten Koets, Head of Education Department

Managing Director World Press Photo:
Michiel Munneke

Special thanks to:
Jacqueline Pijcke (Lenthe Foundation)

Copyright and credits:

BBC TV News for the images of their 1985 coverage of the Ethiopean famine
Flame Tree picture by Helen South or Ian Graham, 1996-2005.
Portrait Kathy Ryan by Herman Wouters/Hollandse Hoogte in Ask The Experts
Photo of Mark Sealy in Ask The Experts by Eileen Perrier 2005
Portrait of Bevis Fusha in Ask The Experts by Emelie Sonderlund
Portrait of Maja Janevska in Ask The Experts by Igor Banskoliev
Images on Picture Power story: Fernando Fujimoto/Diario El Comercio. Renzo Giraldo/Diario El Comercio
Copyright of images by Malick Sidibé in Close Up: C.A.A.C. - The Pigozzi Collection, Geneva

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