Index World Press Photo
February 2008 | Edition Nine     

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

Alex Majoli, Italy
Daniel Merle, Argentina
Ernie Sarmiento, The Philippines
Henri Ismail, Indonesia
Karin Beate Nøsterud, Norway
Kunda Dixit, Nepal
Per Lindström, Sweden
Roberto Koch, Italy
Robin Comley, South Africa
Rüta Kalmuka, Latvia
Saroj Parekh, India
Sumaryanto Bronto, Indonesia
Swapan Parekh, India
Tolga Sezgin, Turkey
Xiaolan Yi, People's Repbublic of China

Cover Image:
Tolga Sezgin

Pablo Bartholomew, India

The Enter team:

Editor-in-Chief: Mike Smartt
Design: Mark Koetsier, Sophia Vos and Jorry van Someren (that’s-id! multimedia)
Building and Distribution: Martijn Megens, Koen van Dongen and Dirk Heijens (Lenthe Foundation)
Hosting: Kevin Struis (ASP4ALL)
Editorial team:
Maarten Koets, Evelien Kunst, Kari Lundelin, Laura Verduijn and Ruth de Vries (World Press Photo)
Managing Director World Press Photo: Michiel Munneke

Special thanks to:
Jacqueline Pijcke (Lenthe Foundation)

Copyright and credits:

Photo of Tolga Sezgin in Galleries by Mehmet Kacmaz
Photo of Rüta Kalmuka by Rüta Kalmuka
Photo of Sumaryanto Bronto in Galleries by Guslan Gumilang
Photo of Henri Ismail in Galleries by Rahendra Mada
Photo of Roberto Koch in Ask The Experts by Daniele Dainelli
Photo of Per Lindström in Ask The Experts by Ove Jonsson
Photo of Robin Comley in Ask The Experts by Greg Marinovich
Photo of Kunda Dixit in Talking Point by Hari Maharjan
Photo of Ernie Sarmiento in Picture Power by Rodel Rotoni, PDI
Photo of Daniel Merle in Picture Power by unknown photographer
Photo of Karin Beate Nøsterud in Masterclass by Nina Ruud
Photo of Kishor Parekh in Close Up by unknown photographer

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