There are many single, striking images that encapsulate an event. Often, though, the photojournalists--who go to dangerous lengths to capture the moment--remain under the radar. The latest in the stunning The World's Top Photographers series honors the world's leading photojournalists, celebrating work that is gritty, provocative, beautiful, instructive, and often shocking. Incisive interviews with the photographers reveals the stories behind the pictures, their techniques, and their inspiration. The World's Top Photographers: Photojournalism brings together a collection of images of the current events that have shaped our times.
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