|News - general news|
|Written by Grace|
|06 Mar 2008|
How did the judges narrow down over 80,000 entries to award the winners for each category, or for that matter, how could they decide on a single "Photo of the Year" ? The debates that raged in that judging room for one week each February shine a spotlight on photojournalism itself.
Read Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin's unprecedented look at the judging process as they examine for themselves the "vital signs of a photographic genre in crisis".