Index World Press Photo
February 2008 | Edition Nine     


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showcase work by photographers who’ve been part of World Press Photo’s education programs





is the chance for you to put questions to leading photojournalists and other prominent people in the industry





looks at role models from around the world. In this issue - Kishor Parekh





Talking Point discusses how photojournalism can change history





is where a photographer who has taken part in a World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass talks about life and work. In this issue - Karin Beate NÝsterud





asks whether compact digital cameras are now good enough for professionals to use





provides a look forward to some events, competitions and opportunities over the coming months





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