What went on in the judging room of the World Press Photo Contest in Amsterdam this year?
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”.