Canon Europe and Getty Images presented photographs symbolizing the last decade. The photos were taken with a Canon 5D cameras by world-renowned photographers and represent important milestones of the past ten years.
1. John Moor, Arlington, USA (27 May 2007).
Moore Featured photos, which shows a woman crying at the grave of her husband, also reflects changing attitudes towards the deployment of troops and involvement in foreign conflicts such as the war in Iraq or Afghanistan. Photography appeared in major world media, moving the hearts of millions of people and exposing the devastating effects of the war.
2. Alvaro Ybarra Zavala, Colombia (29 November 2007).
photograph of two women from the partisan was made to document the civil war in Colombia. This photograph, which caught the attention of media opinion leaders, emphasized the suffering and the plight of Colombians, and also reminded the public about the ongoing already for fifty years conflict.
3. Veronique de Viguerie, Hobyo, Somalia (27 October 2008).
When Veronique de Viguerie along with fellow journalist went to Somalia to meet with one of the leaders of a group of pirates, this problem was not zanany outside the region. The resulting report was the first comprehensive material moving about and so he hit the headlines around the world.
4. Toby Smith, Masoala National Park, Madagascar (21sierpnia 2009).
Smith's work on documenting illegal logging of endangered tree species in Madagascar, provided the basis for the prosecution of international businesses that use protected trees in the US.
5. Ed Ou, Mogadishu, Somalia (24 Kwietna 2010).
Moving Ou photographs of small armed children they were published in the media worldwide. They were also shown in the US Senate, and then went to representatives of the government and the UN Security Council, which called on the transitional government of Somalia to stop the use of children in military actions.
6. Marco Di Lauro, Gadabedji, Niger (27 June 2010).
Marco Di Lauro worked with UNICEF UK in documenting respected food crisis in the west of Niger. His surreal, striking photograph captured the attention of the public because it has shown a known problem from a new perspective. The impact was so great that in aid of Africans within a few months we managed to collect several million dollars.
7. Jonathan Torgovnik, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (10 January 2011).
Port-au-Prince was one of the places most affected by the earthquake in Haiti in 2010. This picture made it clear to the public how difficult living conditions prevailing in the region in the year of the disaster.
8. Brent Stirton, Ol Pejeta reserve, Kenya (13 lipca2011 r.)
Photo Stirton represents one of the last northern white rhinos, which is under the care of four guards. It was taken during the investigation concerning. The use of animals on the black market drugs. Photography was evidence of the fragility of the existence of this species, one of the most endangered in the world. Photo reached millions of people worldwide.
9. Laurent Van der Stockt, Jobar, Damascus, Syria (13kwietnia 2013).
materials in the form of photos, videos and soil samples collected by Van der Stockta and a journalist friend were publicized around the world. French, British and American authorities have used them as evidence for the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian army. As a result, world leaders called for the cessation of use of chemical weapons in the conflict.
10. Dan estimation of Kitwood, Kos, Greece (4 June 2015).
Photo estimation of Kitwood, which documents the arrival of four Pakistani immigrants to the beach Greek wysypy Kos refers to one of the most important global social issues this year. His photograph was published in the media, opinion leaders around the world, which helped realize the seriousness of the situation. Source: Canon