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Image of 'hatred of our times' wins World Press Photo award

Feb 13, 2017 - 8:21 PM

The shocking image of an off duty Turkish policeman assassinating the Russian envoy to Turkey wins the prestigious World Press Photo Award

Winner of the World Press Photo 2016 photographer Burhan Ozbilici (R) and Managing Director of the World Press Photo Foundation Lars Boering, speak on stage during the announcement of the World Press Photo prizes in Amsterdam, on February 13, 2017. Jeroen Jumelet/ANP/AFP

Grant for the 12th Angkor Photo Workshop available

Jun 27, 2016 - 3:13 PM

The grant recipient will also get a one year mentorship with any Angkor alumnus photographer from the Philippines and have his or her work featured on Invisible Photographer Asia

#MMShakeDrill images that looked real

Jul 31, 2015 - 5:42 PM

Check out the realistic portrayals of the drill as captured by photographers who volunteered to cover the biggest earthquake preparedness exercise held in Metro Manila

Marikina rescuers rapell down a bridge in Marikina while the coastguard and a team of rescuers wait along the Marikina River during the #MMShakeDrill on July 30, 2015. Photo by Pat Nabong/Rappler Photo by Pat Nabong/Rappler

IN PHOTOS: Becoming Venice

Jun 08, 2015 - 10:00 AM

It is in her own realization that she is of age and not getting any younger in her recognition of not wanting to have any regrets later on in life and the importance of fulfilling her need to express herself she delved into learning the art form of Drag

The man who shoots popes

Jan 04, 2015 - 9:00 AM

Veteran photographer Noli Yamsuan Jr shares his wealth of experience through years of shooting papal visits and his expectations from the Pope Francis coverage

PENTHOUSE MAY 1983 EDITION. 'They like my work (Cuaresma) so much, they just didn’t buy my images, they placed me on an assignment and that pays a lot more.' Photo by LeAnne Jazul/Rappler

To shoot or not to shoot

Jan 04, 2012 - 7:23 AM

Photographers often take from every subject and their limits are their own

REMNANTS. Cagayan de Oro reels from disaster but aims to recover. Photo by John Javellana