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第五十四屆世界新聞攝影比賽的年度首獎由南非攝影師Jodi Bieber獲得,她的作品—阿富汗女子Bibi Aisha的肖像也在單幅肖像類中獲得首獎,該照片是Jodi Bieber為《時代雜誌》所拍攝,刊登在2010年8月9日出刊的雜誌封面。

評審主席David Burnett說:「有些照片是當別人提起『那位女子的照片…』時,你馬上就知道他在說什麼。我們一生中大概只有十張這樣的照片,而這張照片可能就是其一。」評審Ruth Eichhorn提到:「這張影像力道十足,向世界透露一則訊息:全世界約一半左右人口為女性,而有那麼多個『她』依然活在暴力的陰影下。它之所以帶來強烈的視覺衝擊,是因為相片中的女子看起來如此莊嚴沉穩。」評審Vince Aletti說:「這是一張了不起的照片,十分與眾不同,同時也是一張令人生懼的照片。它拍攝的不僅是一個特定的女子,而是代表全世界女性的處境。」

而另一位評審Aidan Sullivan說:「世界新聞攝影展想把照片呈現在更多懂得提問的觀眾面前。這幅照片讓人不禁想問:『怎麼會…?』、『發生了什麼事?』、『怎麼回事?』對我來說,這幅照片提出了最重要的問題。」

世界新聞攝影比賽共分9大項目,今年得獎的是來自23個國家的55位攝影師,這些國家包括澳洲、孟加拉、巴西、加拿大、中國、丹麥、法國、德國、海地、香港、匈牙利、印度、印尼、愛爾蘭、以色列、義大利、墨西哥、荷蘭、波蘭、索馬利亞、南非、西班牙和美國。

同時,今年參賽照片數目也創下紀錄,多達108,059張,而參賽的攝影師來自125個國家,共計5,847位。

 
  The Messenger of the Times  
 

The international jury of the 54th annual World Press Photo Contest has selected a picture by Jodi Bieber from South Africa as the World Press Photo of the Year 2010. The portrait of Bibi Aisha was also awarded First prize in the category Portraits Singles in this year’s contest. It was shot for Time and was featured on the cover of the 9 August issue of the magazine.

Jury chair David Burnett said: ‘This could become one of those pictures – and we have maybe just ten in our lifetime – where if somebody says “you know, that picture of a girl…”, you know exactly which one they’re talking about.’ Juror Ruth Eichhorn commented: ‘It’s an incredibly strong image. It sends out an enormously powerful message to the world, about the 50% of the population that are women, so many of whom still live in miserable conditions, suffering violence. It is strong because the woman looks so dignified, iconic.’ Juror Vince Aletti said: ‘It’s a terrific picture, a different picture, a frightening picture. It’s so much about not just this particular woman, but the state of women in the world.’

Juror Aidan Sullivan said: ‘Part of what the World Press Photo contest does is to take pictures to a wider audience, an audience that is going to ask why? And this photo makes people ask “What on earth…?” “What’s going on…?” “What has happened…?” For me, this was the picture that asked the most important questions.’

The jury gave prizes in nine themed categories to 55 photographers of 23 nationalities from: Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Haiti, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Somalia, South Africa, Spain and the US.

This year, a record number of 108,059 images was submitted to the contest. The number of participating photographers was 5,847, representing 125 different nationalities.