The World Press Photo Contest
The yearly photo challenge rewards photographers for the best single presentation pictures adding to the previous year of visual journalism. Regardless of whether entered as singles or stories, these photos are judged as far as their precise, reasonable, and outwardly convincing experiences about the world.
The competition is organized into classifications and judged by a jury containing driving photojournalism experts. The participation of the jury changes each year and it is driven by a seat and bolstered by two secretaries who execute the thorough judging systems.
The jury, seat, and secretaries are separate from the World Press Photo Foundation structure. It has their own power to select appropriate photos. The staff, board, and accomplices of the World Press Photo Foundation can't immediate the jury's choices.
On November 2017 previous year, Details about the challenge, and also the jury individuals' names were declared with a press release. Photographers were invited to submit their photos into different categories on the challenge site which was opened in 1 December 2017.
Of the major categories these years were Contemporary Issues, Environment, General News, Long-Term Projects, Nature, People Sports, Sports News The last time to submit photos were declared 9th January and the site closed the submission on 12 late mornings.
The juries came up with the nominees on 14th February 2018. The selected nominees will be welcomed in the prize giving ceremony on the World Press Photo Festival which will be held in Amsterdam on 13-14 April this year. The winners of the awards will be nominated and declared with a ceremony who will be presented with the promised prizes.
The prize-winning photos are showcased in festivals in 45 nations and expected to be viewed by more than 4 million individuals this year. The winning pictures are additionally distributed in the yearbook, which is accessible in numerous dialects and can be acquired in World Press Photo Organization store.
All chosen people are conveyed to Amsterdam in April to get their prize at the yearly Awards Show. This happens just before the World Press Photo Festival, an occasion to which winners are welcomed, including picture taker introductions, screenings and talks.