Index World Press Photo
January 2006 | Edition Three     

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

Marc Beckmann, Germany
Ng Sor Luan, Singapore
Amit Bhargava, India
Olugbemiga Olamikan, Nigeria
Shiao-Lan Yi, China
Mwita Makanga’s, Tanzania
Nile Tuzun, USA
David Hurn, UK
Sinartus Sosrodjojo, Indonesia
Joseph Zablon, Tanzania
Juda Ngwenya, South Africa
Mark Grosset, France
Kari Andén-Papadopoulos, Sweden
Cristóbal Herrera Ulashkevich, Cuba (but domiciled in Costa Rica)
Zaneta Trajkoska, Macedonia
Roberto Huarcaya, Peru
Dr. Elizabeth Ikem, Nigeria

Cover image:

Ng Sor Luan, Singapore

The Enter team:

Editor-in-Chief: Mike Smartt
Editor: Claudia Hinterseer (World Press Photo)
Design: Djon van der Zwan, Sophia Vos and Jorry van Someren (that’s-id! multimedia)
Building and Distribution: Carlo Van Nistelrooij, Martijn Megens, Koen van Dongen 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 Educational Department
Managing Director World Press Photo:
Michiel Munneke

Special thanks to:
Jacqueline Pijcke (Lenthe Foundation)

Copyright and credits:

Images in Gallery – Ramadan: Amit Bhargava, India, CORBIS
Images in Close Up: Mark Grosset, France, ICART-PHOTO.
Image in Close Up by Joe Rosenthal: AP and Joe Rosenthal
Talking Point image of Abu Ghraib “i-pod” poster: Forkscrew Graphics
Talking Point image by Botero: Fernando Botero
Talking Point image of painted wall: Salaheddin Sallat. Middle East Online.
Yevgeni Khaldei images in Close Up – Mark Grosset/ ICART-PHOTO
Images in Picture Power - Nan Fang Du Shi Daily
Images in Masterclass- Cristóbal Herrera Ulashkevich, AP
Photo of Nile Tuzun in Ask The Expert – Nile Tuzun
Photo of Sinartus Sosrodjojo in Ask The Expert - Timur Angin of JiwaFoto
Photo of Joseph Zablon in Ask The Expert - Hassan Hussein
Photo of Juda Ngwenya in Ask The Expert – Dinkey Mkhize
Photo of Mwita Makanga in Ask The Expert - Hassan Hussein

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