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H R VAT S K A N O V I N S K A F O T O G R A F I J A
croatian press photo 2010.
For Publisher
Igor Nobilo, President
Editor
Igor Nobilo
Art Director
Danijel Berković
Selection of Photos
Harald Menk
Joe Klamar
Darije Petković
Print
Školska knjiga, Zagreb, Croatia
Copies
200
ISSN 1847- 0726
This book is sponsored by
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia
Zagreb, May 2011.
ISSN 1847-0726
9 771847
072000
HR VATSKA NOVINSKA FOTOGRAFIJA
HR VATSKA NOVINSKA FOTOGRAFIJA
Publisher
Croatian Press Photographers Association
croatia
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A word to begin
Dear admirers of photojournalism,
the book in front of you is filled with the best works of Croatian photojournalists from 2010. It is the
final part of the 8th season of Croatian Press Photo, a project in which professionals compete for
awards, and the best photographs become part of a travelling exhibition and this book.
A total of 93 authors sent 1525 photographs in 7 categories, and the international jury had the
mission to select 100 of the best as well as the winners. The results show that good photographs are
created all over our country, and winning is not always about experience, but a bit of luck as well.
The attention gained by these photographs in the cities they visit, online and through the book is
very important for the improvement of the photojournalistic profession. Photojournalists are mostly
withdrawn workers who love their job and spend days behind cameras following daily events across
the country. But once they open their archives, their photographs speak loud and clear of the value
that journalistic and documentary photography have in Croatian society.
We hope this book will equally reach prominent members of our society and admirers of
photojournalism across the world, as well as younger generations who need to be introduced to quality
journalistic work early on. The entire project promotes competition, awards quality and effort as well as
documents moments worth remembering and preserving as a reference of past times.
We are grateful to all the photojournalists whose diligent work is shown in this book, as well as
in media across Croatia. The project was carried out by members of the Executive board of our
Association, and they deserve a large Thank you as well. Enjoy the book!
Sincerely,
Igor Nobilo
president
Croatian Press Photographers Association
Executive board members:
Dragan Matić, vice president (Cropix); Igor Šoban (Nacional), Damir Senčar (HINA), Zvonko Kucelin (Zadarski list),
Antonio Bronić (Pixsell), Dražen Kokorić (Story), Jakov Prkić (Cropix), Slavko Midžor (Pixsell), Mario Periša (MAPE),
Dario Njavro (freelance photographer).
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Interview with award-winning author
Interview with award-winning author
Danijel Soldo
Andrija Lučić
Place of origin: Slavonski Brod, Croatia
Education: Photographer
Favorite piece of photo equipment: Mamiya RB 67
Place of origin: Zadar, Croatia
Education: Photographer
Favorite piece of photo equipment: Telephoto lens
Describe the circumstances in which
your photograph was created?
While on assignment on the beauty of the
flora and fauna in the Plitvice lakes national
park I was passing along a wooden path and
only a few meters ahead spotted a Fisherman’s
snake, successfully balancing on a thin branch
while preying on the fish below. Soon a larger
group of tourists gathered to follow what
would happen next. After a while the snake
dove about 20 cm into the water, bit a fish
on the head and pulled her out into a bush. It
was interesting that the
fish could have freed
itself with one move,
as it was much larger,
but was hypnotized by
shock and let fate run
its course.
Now that some
time has passed,
would you have done
anything differently?
No, because I didn’t
have much choice. The
position I was in gave
me the option to move
left or right, but not
forward or backward,
and thre was no need
since the object was
close enough and
movement might have
scared the snake away.
What is your biggest challenge in
photojournalism? What motivates you
and pushes you on?
My greatest challenge is to photograph planet
Earth from the Moon for some local weekly’s
minor section. This award does not motivate
me or push me on. I do not need an award to
create more, better or higher quality photos,
since on every assignment I try to do the best
that I can.
How does it feel to receive an award
from your peers? What do you think of
the CPP contest?
It is a good feeling to receive an award from
peers, but not so much due to the quality
of the awarded photograph, rather for the
more crucial part which is the luck factor
needed in any contest. The luck factor consists
of the very selection the author makes of
his photographs as well as the personality,
objectivity and photographic afinity of the
jury members. By the conclusion is that every
photographer who has entered the CPP
contest has in his computer a
photograph that could win in
any category. I feel the CPP
contest is needed and very well
organized.
Plitvička jezera, 07/16/2010 - The Dice snake (natrix tessellata) made its way into the fish-rich area and after a
ten minute long balancing act on a thin branch, caught one and dragged it into a hideout to swallow.
8 croatia press photo 2010.
What would you recommend
to your colleagues for future
contests?
The number of photojournalists
in Croatia has dwinled to half
in the last few years. My advice
to colleagues is to enter future
contests, again or for the first
time, since there will be less
photojournalists and for the CPP
contest it is important to have a
large number of contestants. So
photojournalists, go and multiply.
Describe the circumstances in which your
photograph was created?
In the middle of the night, while out with friends,
I got notified that a large furniture warehouse
Lesnina is on fire. Didn’t think long about it
and decided to go and see. Upon arriving, I
was stunned by the huge fire. Flames reached
up to 30 meters, and the heat was bending the
warehouse walls. Although the police were
blocking the entrance, I managed to come
closer to the fire. The force of the flames was
so strong that I only managed to stay a minute
in the place where I took the photo. The heat
was unbearable
and I feared for my
camera, so I moved
away and continued
shooting.
Now that some
time has passed,
would you have
done anything
differently?
It is hard to imagine
if I would have done
anything differently.
In such events one
always reacts the
best one can, and
the moment and
circumstances
dictate the
approach.
In such a confusion
it is difficult to
choose where to shoot from and how, so
mistakes happen. But this time I believe I did
everything right.
What is your biggest challenge in
photojournalism? What motivates you
and pushes you on?
Every situation is potentially a challenge for
itself. Although events charged with adrenaline
are my favorite, it is a challenge to make a good
picture out of a simple situation. In the future I
would prefer to travel more and work abroad.
I’m interested in life photography, different
cultures and lands. My main motive is good
photography, and acknowledgments like this
one are a good motivation for further work. Of
course, better financial stimulus couldn’t hurt
either.
How does it feel to receive an award
from your peers? What do you think of
the CPP contest?
After putting in the effort, it
is a good feeling to receive
an award for one’s work,
especially from peers. The
CPP contest is good since
it motivates photographers
in what they do, and it is a
good opportunity for young
photographers to be seen.
And the competitive spirit is
positive and stimulative.
What would you
recommend to your
colleagues for future
contests?
To colleagues I would say
to trust in themselves and
their photos. I sent only a
few photos and didn’t expect
much, and was pleasantly
surprised in the end.
Zadar, 02/21/2010 - A firemen oversees a fire in the Lesnina furniture salon, which was completely incinerated.
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Interview with award-winning author
Interview with award-winning author
Boris Ščitar
Damir Senčar
Place of origin: Zagreb, Croatia
Education: CUO “8. svibnja 1945.”
Favorite piece of photo equipment: Prime lens
Place of origin: Zagreb, Croatia
Education: Mechanical engineering
Favorite piece of photo equipment: Telephoto lens
Describe the circumstances in which
your photograph was created?
At the closing of the exhibition of war
veteran photos by Damir Hoyka, when guests
have already begun to exit the show, at the
corner of my eye I noticed a scene that I
photographed. Watching a healthy man sit and
observe a veteran missing a leg go by him while
observing photos of his former combattants
reminded me of everyday life in Zagreb, in
trams and hospitals for example. A certain
heartlessness and alienation that has gripped
people seems more obvious than ever, and
the raw fight for a place to rest seems to be a
thing of prestige. Used to be first one to get a
girl, now it’s a chair. Besides,
the veteran seemed like he
had just walked out of Hoyka’s
photo and into real life.
Now that some time has
passed, would you have
done anything differently?
One can always photograph
better, but it’s futile playing
the general after the battle.
The special charm of our job
is that we capture something
in a fraction of a second
without thinking about it, so
shortcomings are common.
If I could relive the moment
I would certainly avoid the
colleague who was in my way
with his flash, or just cut his
flash cord.
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But no point complaining when the photo won.
What is your biggest challenge in
photojournalism? What motivates you
and pushes you on?
No better feeling than seeing your photo
across two pages in the papers. Those are
the moments photojournalists live for. A
special feeling of pride and value comes upon
you as no one has to praise us, we know we
did a good job. The biggest challenge is to
capture something others didn’t even notice,
and it turns out that’s what the readers are
interested in. As no one will ever set the same
foot in the same river, so no photograph or
Zagreb, 06/02/2010 - An exhibition of photos of disabled Croatian military war veterans
by Damir Hoyka was opened in the Croatian Society of Visual Arts. One of the veterans
passes an occupied chair.
moment can be repeated, and that’s enough
for every assignment to be a challenge.
How does it feel to receive an award
from your peers? What do you think of
the CPP contest?
Next to so many colleagues and their photos
that were entered into the contest, it is
incredible that my photo won. It’s not a matter
of being humble but of respecting other’s
work. I am especially pleased that I received an
award. It is a fantastic feeling that grows each
day. It is not forgotten on a daily basis
like a picture in a newspaper. I’m even
more proud as this photos was only
published online, and not in print. As
far as the contest, we always needed
something like this, where peers
choose the best works.
What would you recommend
to your colleagues for future
contests?
Everything they do should be with
heart as it leaves a mark on the
pictures. They shouldn’t look through
the lens for something to send to a
contest as that comes on it’s own if
they put a part of themselves into it.
But to get noticed they have to send
many photos to as much contests as
possible.
Describe the circumstances in which
your photograph was created?
As every year I was shooting my favorite
event, the IAAF International athletic meeting
Hanžek memorial 2010 in Zagreb. Nice and
sunny weather, september, high jump start
around 6 p.m., low light on the jumpers, in
the background crowded stands in the shade.
Our favorite is Blanka Vlašić, we are waiting
for the big jump, competition is on her tail,
but not high enough. The sun has set, Blanka
is still jumping, it is dark, not enough light
from the stadium lights. For her last jump I
decided not to shoot Blanka passing the bar,
but her reaction, celebration or grief, hoping
that she will turn to the stands
where her father Joško and
coach Marinović are. All the
photographers remained on the
other side, shooting the jump,
while I went to the back side and
got the photo I wanted. Blanka
made the jump and emotionally
celebrated towards the stands,
towards me.
Now that some time has
passed, would you have done
anything differently?
As I was the only one on the
back side, the HTV cameraman
was in my way, in live feed and
waltzing by the mat. I didn’t
want to risk him getting in my
way so I used the 70-200mm
lens. It turned out that the
cameraman moved in the right moment and
I could have used the 300mm lens more.
Nevertheless, the photo came out as I
imagined, the background was far enough away
and blurry and Blanka was well accented.
What is your biggest challenge in
photojournalism? What motivates you
and pushes you on?
I have always wanted to catch a new moment
that no one will notice by eye or TV camera.
A large telephoto lens with a fast camera,
a capable hand and a swift eye can produce
interesting photos that often entice that
WOW...
How does it feel to receive an award
from your peers? What do you think of
the CPP contest
Pride and recognition among fellow peers.
The contest is well organised, maybe a bit
too many categories, but it is clear who the
biggest winner with all the honor is. Often one
can hear differing comments on the choice of
winning pictures, but that’s the choice of the
jury that was carefully selected and announced
at the beginning. The choice of the jury is
subjective, but that’s normal. The jury
shouldn’t consist of art photographers or
those who don’t deal in photojournalism,
but exclusively photojournalists who
know the situation in Croatia.
Zagreb, 09/01/2010 - Croatian athlete Blanka Vlašić during the high jump competition
in the IAAF World Challenge Zagreb 2010 meeting at Mladost stadium. Blanka cleared
208 centimeters which is her personal record, the best season record and the second
best high jump of all time, only one centimeter less than the world record.
What would you recommend to
your colleagues for future contests?
Just the other day I was commenting
to a colleague, young, perspective and
praised. He was complaining as we
waited and waited at some „stupid and
boring“ event. I told him that he must
not become the good photographer who
went lazy and no assignment is ever good
enough, not in his class. Every, but every
assignment should be taken seriously and
profesionally, looking for the best frame,
the best photo to illustrate the event.
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Interview with award-winning author
Interview with award-winning author
Vlado Kos
Tom Dubravec
Place of origin: Osijek, Croatia
Education: Photographer
Favorite piece of photo equipment: Wideangle lens
Place of origin: Split, Croatia
Education: Photographer
Describe the circumstances in which your
photograph was created?
The photograph „Power lines“ was actually
created in a stretch of days in February of 2010.
For a few days I passed next to the construction
site of high voltage power lines between
Ernestinovo near Osijek and Pečuh in Hungary.
Workers completed preparations for cable
connections in very cold, snowy weather along
the road between Osijek and Valpovo. I shot
the winning photo while workers were hanging
in baskets at about 20 m
height, travelling along
power lines from tower
to tower. Soon I realised
I was in the right place at
the right time.
Now that some time
has passed, would you
have done anything
differently?
After returning from
the field I always ask
myself the question if I
could have done anything
better. With this winning
photo I feel there was
nothing better to do. It
was a matter of people
that a photographer
can only „arrange“ by
choosing the place and
angle of the shot.
What is your biggest challenge in
photojournalism? What motivates you
and pushes you on?
The biggest challenge in photojournalism
is the daily life, and that’s the category the
jury awarded me in. There is always enough
motivation for the daily, often painstaking
work of photojournalists. Sometimes it is
purely economical, but what moves me best is
the ordinary daily life, searching for a deeper
relationship, inner meaning.
How does it feel to receive an award from
your peers? What do you think of the CPP
contest?
Receiving an award from peers is a great honor
and a great duty as it is hard to go beneath
the level set by this contest. The level is set
quite high, for the benefit of the profession,
and behind it is the quality work and effort of
all our photojournalists. The CPP contest is
an excellent yearly crosssection of our work
and an incentive to persevere despite the hard
times, and work all together to
put photojournalism in a place
where it belongs.
Osijek, 02/07/2010 - Workers of Dalekovod “hang” twenty meters off the ground in baskets while they
stretch wires for a new route of the international power line between Ernestinovo near Osijek and Pečuh in
Hungary. The works were opened in 2008 by the former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader. The planned
investment is 159 million kunas for the 44 kilometers route, and the project is ending in March of this year.
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What would you recommend
to your colleagues for future
contests?
It is my wish that in future
CPP contests we are joined by
colleagues who for different,
often simple reasons, have not
taken part although they have
valuable works to show.
Describe the circumstances in which your
photograph was created?
I was taking photos of Ivo Brešan during
an interview for the Globus weekly at a
restaurant terrace in Šibenik. The light was
bad, went through some leaves to reach his
face and everything was quite green and cold.
I observed him during the interview lighting
a cigarette every few
minutes. I decided to move
the situation into the old
town atmosphere. We
were driving towards the
town and I imagined Brešan
walking through the old
streets with the idea of
avoiding the typical posed
photo. I was only missing
a background which we
found in an alley near the
cathedral. A stone street
with a beam of afternoon
sunlight shining just enough
to light the figure of a
famed writer strolling
around his city.
Now that some time
has passed, would you
have done anything differently?
No. I wouldn’t change anything. It would
have been slightly better if the light had
been somewhat softer, but that’s field work,
improvisation. I was almost devastated by the
situation at the beginning of the interview.
What is your biggest challenge in
photojournalism? What motivates you
and pushes you on?
Published my first photos as a 16 year old in
the Omladinska Iskra magazine. Since then
I consider photojournalism the toughest
discipline in photography. Photographers
balance on a daily basis between what the
editors imagine and what is really going on
in the field. I approach every
assignment as the most important
one in the world and try to generate
good frames from ordinary motives.
Šibenik, 05/19/2010 - Ivan Brešan, Croatian writer, author and scriptwriter during a walk in his hometown.
How does it feel to receive
an award from your peers?
What do you think of the CPP
contest?
I’m proud of the award because
of the harsh competition. The
contest is well organised and
photojournalism is promoted the
way it deserves to be.
What would you recommend
to your colleagues for future
contests?
Good light… and then do your best.
Every motive can be the winning
one.
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Croatia press photo
awards in recent years
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2003.
Goran Stanzl, Pavao Cajzek award
Ronald Brmalj, Ivan Fabijan award
Nenad Reberšak, Nikša Antonini award
2004.
Goran Stanzl, Pavao Cajzek award
Matko Biljak, Ivan Fabijan award
Ratko Mavar, Nikša Antonini award
Damir Senčar, HZSN award
2005.
Robert Anić, Pavao Cajzek award
Ratko Mavar, Ivan Fabijan award
Patrik Macek, Nikša Antonini award
Željko Lukunić, HZSN award
2006.
Željko Lukunić, Pavao Cajzek award
Sandro Lendler, Ivan Fabijan award
Ratko Mavar, Nikša Antonini award
Goran Stanzl, HZSN award
2007.
Vjekoslav Skledar, Pavao Cajzek award
Luka Marotti, Ivan Fabijan award
Robert Anić, Nikša Antonini award
Igor Kralj, HZSN award
2008.
Duško Marušić, News
Božo Vukičević, Daily Life, Pavao Cajzek award
Željko Lukunić, Reportage/Collection
Matko Stanković, Portrait, Arts and Culture, Ivan Fabijan award
Matko Stanković, Sport
2009.
Davor Javorović, News
Željko Hladika, Daily Life, Pavao Cajzek award
Saša Kosanović, Reportage/Collection
Antonio Bronić, Arts and Culture, Ivan Fabijan award
Mladen Pobi, Portrait
Miroslav Kiš, Sport
Jure Mišković, Environment
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news
A good journalistic photo must present the reader
the entirety of an event in one single frame. Hence
it must posess all the elements that provide the
consumer with enough information about the event
and create a wholesome description.
Zadar, 02/21/2010
A firemen oversees a fire in the Lesnina furniture salon, which was completely incinerated.
Photo Andrija Lučić/Cropix
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Dubrovnik, 09/07/2010
The Slovenian and Croatian prime ministers, Janez Janša and Jadranka Kosor, greet each other at the beginning of the Croatia summit.
Photo Darko Bandić/Associated Press
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Zagreb, 09/18/2010
Due to extreme rainfall the river Sava has overflowed. Police special units rescue a man of a river boat.
Photo Željko Lukunić/Pixsell
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Vinkovci, 12/21/2010
The Croatian prime minister Jadranka Kosor opened an indoor swimming pool complex of the Lenije pool
grounds, and Vinkovci mayor Mladen Karlić celebrated by jumping in fully clothed.
Photo Damir Glibušić/Cropix
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Prague, 04/08/2010
The President of the United States Barack Obama was host to Croatian Prime minister Jadranka Kosor in the american residence at a gala dinner
after the signing of the New Start Treaty between the USA and Russia. Kosor did not part from her red handbag at the official photo shoot until
her host suggested so. Photo Dragan Matić/Cropix
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category
Arts and
culture
ivan fabijan award
Photographing cultural and artistic shows must
go beyond the beauty of the event and enhance
it with needed information while preserving
esthetic form.
Zagreb, 06/02/2010
An exhibition of photos of disabled Croatian military war veterans by Damir Hoyka was
opened in the Croatian Society of Visual Arts. One of the veterans passes an occupied chair.
Photo Boris Ščitar/Pixsell
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Zagreb, 05/28/2010
Singer Skin of the Skunk Anansie rock group during a concert on the
summer stage of the Močvara club as part of the Mars festival.
Photo Željko Jelenski/Lider
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Zagreb, 03/18/2010
German rock group Rammstein in concert in the Arena Zagreb.
Photo Jurica Galoić/Pixsell
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Zagreb, 07/17/2010
The cover face of the Fashion closet fashion show Josip Tešija and
Zoa, a burmanese python three and a half meter in length.
Photo Anto Magzan/Pixsell
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Zagreb, 10/01/2010
Conceptual artist Siniša Labrović urinates on St. Mark’s square during a performance named
“Marking”. Like animals that use urine to mark their territory, Labrović wanted to emphasize that
this square - off limits for public protests - belongs to all the citizens of Croatia.
Photo Željko Hladika/Pixsell
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Varaždin 03/20/2010
The Russian Czar ballet performed the “Swan lake” for a few thousand
spectators in the city sports hall.
Photo Darko Gorenak
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Zagreb, 01/29/2010
The Museum of Modern Art - the Croatian Museum Society organized the 6th Museum night. This cultural manifestation opens doors of museums all
around Croatia, and entrance is free from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. Last year 278.170 visitors entered museums in one night, mostly in Zagreb, Split, Rijeka and
Osijek. For most children this was a first encounter with museum exhibits, and they openly showed their interest and curiosity.
Photo Ronald Goršić/Cropix
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Dubrovnik, 08/02/2010
Dubrovnik film meeting - red carpet photo call before the premiere of the movie Invictus in which Morgan Freeman plays the lead role. Freeman is seen
arriving to the movie showing, held in front of the Count’s palace.
Photo Ado Buljubašić/Cropix
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Zagreb, 11/27/2010
The 1st International Eros 4U festival was held on the Market Fair grounds. Visitors paid
particular attention to the erotic strip shows.
Photo Neja Markičević/Cropix
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Osijek, 04/17/2010
Singer Zlatan Stipišić Gibonni during a “Toleranca tour 2010” concert in the
Gradski vrt sport hall. He spent part of the event in the audience.
Photo Željko Šepić/Zoom
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category
Portrait
Creating portraits always touches
personality through the creation of a special
relationship with the photographer, enabling
us to see the true face of the subject.
Šibenik, 05/19/2010
Ivan Brešan, Croatian writer, author and scriptwriter during a walk in his hometown.
Photo Tom Dubravec/Globus
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Zagreb, 12/11/2010
Painter Anton Vrlić photographed in
his studio among his works.
Photo Marin Vajdić
Kigali, Ruanda, 07/01/2010
Despite high postwar poverty, the people of Ruanda have a strong desire to meet the living standards of
the developed world. Pictured is a shy boy in the Kivum village, several kilometers from the capital Kigali.
Photo Jure Mišković/Cropix
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Varaždin, 08/03/2010
A portrait of Lara Toplek, who became Miss
tourism Croatia in 2010. Lara is a 20 year old
from Čakovec enrolled at the Academy of
visual arts in Belgrade.
Photo Andrej Švoger/Cropix
Zagreb, 10/26/2010
President of the Croatian Telekom management Ivica Mudrinić during the presentation of the 4G network in the Hemingway club.
Photo Krasnodar Peršun/Nacional
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Zagreb, 10/04/2010
Reknown Croatian makeup artist Marija
Koprtla poses in the Ribnjak park, with a
face painting by Staša Sahman.
Photo Anto Magzan/Pixsell
Zagreb, 10/04/2010
The manager of the Zagreb Philharmonic Miljenko Puljić during a rehearsal in the Lisinski music hall.
Photo Jurica Galoić/Pixsell
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Zagreb, 08/19/2010
Matko Maravić, a young man who left
professional tennis although he was a
perspective player, and committed to a
business career he is equally successful in.
Photo Nina Đurđević/Cropix
Zagreb, 10/04/2010
Ranko Jelača, marketing director in the Kraš factory.
Photo Nina Đurđević/Cropix
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category
Nature and
environment
People’s interaction with our habitat defines
the quality of our lives, and photographs
of the environment must realistically point
out the state of this coexistence.
Plitvička jezera, 07/16/2010
The Dice snake (natrix tessellata) made its way into the fish-rich area and after a ten minute long balancing
act on a thin branch, caught one and dragged it into a hideout to swallow.
Photo Danijel Soldo/Cropix
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Slavonski Brod, 03/28/2010
For eight years in a row an uncommon and wonderful love occurs between the male stork Klepetan and his Malena. Klepetan arrives on the same day
and almost the same time each year to visit his partner, a stork which cannot fly due to a broken wing. She found a home on the roof of Stjepan Vokic’s
family home, who takes care of her all year long. In two months Malena will again give birth to 4-5 small storks. They will join their father for the trip
south in the Fall, and she will remain to wait for springtime and her partner to return.
Photo Danijel Soldo/Cropix
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Sveti Urban, 02/03/2010
A motive of upper Međimurje, the most perspective wine growing area in Croatia. The wineyards of Sveti Urban under a blanket of snow.
Photo Vjeran Žganec Rogulja/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 47
Zadar, 11/16/2010
The seagulls decided to have a fish menu today in the Jazine cove near the Zadar bridge.
Photo Jure Mišković/Cropix
48 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 10/23/2010
The Red Panda during feeding time at the Zoo garden.
Photo Igor Kralj/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 49
Baranja, 09/15/2010
Deer during mating season in the Kopački rit nature park near Zlatna greda.
Photo Davor Javorović/Pixsell
50 croatia press photo 2010.
Brod na Kupi, 08/01/2010
A hanging bridge over the Kupa river.
Photo Petar Fabijan/Novi List
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category
reportage/
collection
Reportage is the most complex genre in
photojournalism. It needs to have a peculiar
syntax, requiring the photographer to use style and
tehnique equally well.
Deveczer, Hungary, 10/07/2010
Soldiers clean around a house that was covered in toxic red sludge.
A reservoir of waste from the production of alumina flooded several villages.
Photo Darko Bandić/Associated Press
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Deveczer, Hungary, 10/07/2010
Soldiers clean around a house that was covered in toxic red sludge.
A reservoir of waste from the production of alumina flooded several villages.
Photo Darko Bandić/Associated Press
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Deveczer, Hungary, 10/07/2010
An insect covered in toxic red sludge. A reservoir of waste
from the production of alumina flooded several villages.
Photo Darko Bandić/Associated Press
croatia press photo 2010. 55
Deveczer, Hungary, 10/07/2010
Rescuers clean damage made by toxic red sludge. A reservoir of
waste from the production of alumina flooded several villages.
Photo Darko Bandić/Associated Press
56 croatia press photo 2010.
Kolontar, Hungary, 10/07/2010
Residents survey damage made by toxic red sludge. A reservoir of
waste from the production of alumina flooded several villages.
Photo Darko Bandić/Associated Press
croatia press photo 2010. 57
Deveczer, Hungary, 10/07/2010
An aerial view of a reservoir of waste from the production of
alumina that flooded several villages.
Photo Darko Bandić/Associated Press
58 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 04/11/2010
Croatia Open tournament in hand wrestling by WAF rules, held in the Core Gym.
This new sport is becoming more popular in Croatia, attracting more participants.
Photo Željko Lukunić/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 59
Zagreb, 04/11/2010
Croatia Open tournament in hand wrestling by WAF rules, held in the Core Gym.
This new sport is becoming more popular in Croatia, attracting more participants.
Photo Željko Lukunić/Pixsell
60 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 04/11/2010
Croatia Open tournament in hand wrestling by WAF rules, held in the Core Gym.
This new sport is becoming more popular in Croatia, attracting more participants.
Photo Željko Lukunić/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 61
Zagreb, 04/11/2010
Croatia Open tournament in hand wrestling by WAF rules, held in the Core Gym.
This new sport is becoming more popular in Croatia, attracting more participants.
Photo Željko Lukunić/Pixsell
62 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 04/11/2010
Croatia Open tournament in hand wrestling by WAF rules, held in the Core Gym.
This new sport is becoming more popular in Croatia, attracting more participants.
Photo Željko Lukunić/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 63
Zagreb, 04/11/2010
Croatia Open tournament in hand wrestling by WAF rules, held in the Core Gym.
This new sport is becoming more popular in Croatia, attracting more participants.
Photo Željko Lukunić/Pixsell
64 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 04/11/2010
Croatia Open tournament in hand wrestling by WAF rules, held in the Core Gym.
This new sport is becoming more popular in Croatia, attracting more participants.
Among 150 contestants, the champion title went to Antonio Mašić from Gospić.
Photo Željko Lukunić/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 65
Uganda, 08/06/2009
Children of Africa - During the dry season, people and animals fight for every drop of water.
Photo Stipe marinović/Vrime
66 croatia press photo 2010.
Tansania, 07/29/2008
Children of Africa - Tansania is one of the poorest countries in the world. Education is used to show the people a way
to a better life, and free meals are an incentive to attract more children to the schools. The pictured children express
their joy after the end of the last class. The red sweater is part of mandatory school uniform.
Photo Stipe marinović/Vrime
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Tansania, 08/04/2008
Children of Africa - Waiting for the sun to rise and the hunt to begin, a bushman family warmes around a fire
while smoking marihuana. The life of the bushmen is simple. At dawn and dusk they hunt animals that gather
around water, and by daytime lie around and smoke marihuana. Children follow elders from early on.
Photo Stipe marinović/Vrime
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Tansania, 08/04/2008
Children of Africa - Bushmen in a hunting respite.
Photo Stipe marinović/Vrime
croatia press photo 2010. 69
Fez, Maroko, 08/08/2010
Children of Africa - Children are taught early on to make a living through street sales.
Photo Stipe marinović/Vrime
70 croatia press photo 2010.
Toronto, 06/26/2010
Explosion of a police vehicle burned in protest against the G20 summit. In the
background is a previosuly burned police car.
Photo Kristijan Tabet
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Toronto, 06/26/2010
A protester uses a club to smash a burned police car as a sign of protest against the G20 summit.
Photo Kristijan Tabet
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Toronto, 06/26/2010
Policemen arrest a protester during a protest against the G20 summit.
Photo Kristijan Tabet
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Toronto, 06/26/2010
A firefighter battles a burning police car, one of 7 destroyed during a protest against the G20 summit.
Photo Kristijan Tabet
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Toronto, 06/26/2010
Policemen arrest a naked protester during a protest against the G20 summit.
Photo Kristijan Tabet
croatia press photo 2010. 75
Rijeka, Plomin, 10/29/2010
Bay of Kvarner, reportage about the fishing vessel Golovik. Captain Damir Uhač at the
command panel monitors the radar for fish movements.
Photo Petar Fabijan/Novi list
76 croatia press photo 2010.
Rijeka, Plomin, 10/29/2010
Bay of Kvarner, reportage about the fishing vessel Golovik. Lightman
Andrijan Rubinić in a byboat uses two large lights to attract fish.
Photo Petar Fabijan/Novi list
croatia press photo 2010. 77
Rijeka, Plomin, 10/29/2010
Bay of Kvarner, reportage about the fishing vessel Golovik. The byboat sits anchored with
lights on to keep the fish in place while the Golovik surrounds them with a net.
Photo Petar Fabijan/Novi list
78 croatia press photo 2010.
Rijeka, Plomin, 10/29/2010
Bay of Kvarner, reportage about the fishing vessel Golovik.
A 580 meters long and 190 meters wide fishing net is lowered for the catch.
Photo Petar Fabijan/Novi list
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Rijeka, Plomin, 10/29/2010
Bay of Kvarner, reportage about the fishing vessel Golovik. The catch ends up in large
containers, half filled with ice and cold water.
Photo Petar Fabijan/Novi list
80 croatia press photo 2010.
Rijeka, Plomin, 10/29/2010
Bay of Kvarner, reportage about the fishing vessel Golovik.
The fish is raised from the net with the help of a crane.
Photo Petar Fabijan/Novi list
croatia press photo 2010. 81
Rijeka, Plomin, 10/29/2010
Bay of Kvarner, reportage about the fishing vessel Golovik.
Seagulls follow the boat enroute to Plomin harbor hoping for a piece of the catch.
Photo Petar Fabijan/Novi list
82 croatia press photo 2010.
Vancouver, 03/16/2010
Russian skier Inga Medvedeva during a slalom race for skiers
with amputated legs at the Paraolympic games.
Photo Damir Senčar/Hina
croatia press photo 2010. 83
Vancouver, 03/16/2010
Australian skier Cameron Rahles Rahbula during a slalom race for skiers
with amputated legs at the Paraolympic games.
Photo Damir Senčar/Hina
84 croatia press photo 2010.
Vancouver, 03/19/2010
Australian skier Gakuta Koike during a downhill ski race for skiers with
amputated legs at the Paraolympic games.
Photo Damir Senčar/Hina
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Vancouver, 03/16/2010
Polish skier during a slalom race for skiers with
amputated hands at the Paraolympic games.
Photo Damir Senčar/Hina
86 croatia press photo 2010.
Vancouver, 03/14/2010
Austiran skier Jurgen Egle during a slalom race for skiers, sitting,
at the Paraolympic games.
Photo Damir Senčar/Hina
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Vancouver, 03/18/2010
Japanese skier Shinji Inoue during a SuperG race for skiers with
amputated legs at the Paraolympic games.
Photo Damir Senčar/Hina
88 croatia press photo 2010.
Vinkovci, 03/03/2010
Farmers from the Vukovar-Srijem region gathered with over 300 tractors at a peaceful protest on the southern Vinkovci bypass, expressing
their dissatisfaction with the state of the Croatian agriculture.
Photo Damir Glibušić/Cropix
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Vinkovci, 03/07/2010
Farmers from the Vukovar-Srijem region that occupied the southern Vinkovci bypass began to move towards
Vinkovci. They were soon stopped by police patrols. Pictured are farmers making way for the tractors.
Photo Damir Glibušić/Cropix
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Vinkovci, 03/07/2010
Farmers on the Vinkovci bypass tried to circumvent a police blockade, and did so when two groups of 10-15 tractors
crossed the open field. Those tractors cam upon a second blockade and passed it easily and headed towards Županja.
Photo Damir Glibušić/Cropix
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Nin, 08/24/2010
The collection of salt in the Nin salt flats. Zoran Pavlović and Dinko Mustać drag a
plank attached by wire to a salt collecting machine.
Photo Stipe Surać
92 croatia press photo 2010.
Nin, 08/24/2010
The collection of salt in the Nin salt flats. Zoran Pavlović
collects salt with a salt collecting machine.
Photo Stipe Surać
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Nin, 08/24/2010
The collection of salt in the Nin salt flats. A screen for collecting
the flower salt that crystallizes on the surface of the Nin fields.
It is exported to Japan at a price of 250kn/kg.
Photo Stipe Surać
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Nin, 08/24/2010
The collection of salt in the Nin salt flats. The salt hills,
industrial salt for covering roads in winter conditions.
Photo Stipe Surać
96 croatia press photo 2010.
Nin, 08/24/2010
The collection of salt in the Nin salt flats. Marinko Milić from the
village Vrsi near Nin poses with a wooden salt showel.
Photo Stipe Surać
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Zagreb, 05/08/2010
Story magazine organized the first “High heels race”. A
contestant secured a shoe to her leg with scotch tape.
Photo Antonio Bronić/Pixsell
98 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 05/08/2010
Story magazine organized the first “High heels race”. One of the contestants fell,
and others jumped over her.
Photo Antonio Bronić/Pixsell
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Zagreb, 05/08/2010
Story magazine organized the first “High heels race”. A contestant returned for her lost shoe.
Photo Antonio Bronić/Pixsell
100 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 05/08/2010
Story magazine organized the first “High heels race”. The winner Andrea Ivančević enters the finish victoriously.
Photo Antonio Bronić/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 101
category
sport
A true sports photo must present more
than just action; all the exertion and
energy required and emitted, the power
of personal will and all the complexity of
the world of sports.
Zagreb, 09/01/2010
Croatian athlete Blanka Vlašić during the high jump competition in the IAAF World Challenge Zagreb 2010
meeting at Mladost stadium. Blanka cleared 208 centimeters which is her personal record, the best season
record and the second best high jump of all time, only one centimeter less than the world record.
Photo Damir Senčar/Hina
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Topusko, 05/01/2010
Croatia Trophy is one of the toughest and most appreciated off road competitions in Europe. The race takes
around 10 days and requires maximum endurance of the driver, his partner and vehicle. British competitor Peter
Whitman is seen while passing through wet mud. While the mud flies all around, he stand cool and collected.
Photo Goran Požek
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Zagreb, 03/11/2010
The second semifinal of the EBEL hockey league was played by KHL Medveščak and EC
Red Bull Salzburg. Medveščak lost by 5-1, and Red Bull took a 2-0 lead in the series. It was
an attractive and rough game which saw several hockey fights.
Photo Goran Stanzl/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 105
Zagreb, 09/11/2010
At the 29th European waterpolo championship the Croatia team played a final game
against Italy, and by winning became the European champion. The overjoyed Croatia
players grabbed selector Ratko Rudić and jumped in the pool together.
Photo Goran Mehkek/Cropix
106 croatia press photo 2010.
Split, 04/24/2010
The match between the Croatian and Dutch rugby teams ended in the home
team victory, but that was not enough for them to remain in the competition.
Photo Jadran Babić/Cropix
croatia press photo 2010. 107
Zagreb, 02/26/2010
Freestylers Nikola Aleksić (Red Bull Street Style 2009 winner) and Miran Pirner
(Red Bull Street Style 2010 winner) compete against each other in the Oktogon.
Photo Marko Lukunić/Pixsell
108 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 10/02/2010
The TopTen karate tournament for women was held in the Dom sportova hall.
The final fight between Ana Marija Čelan (red gloves) and Mirsada Suljaković.
Photo Jurica Galoić/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 109
Angola, 01/31/2010
Egyptian players celebrate their victory against Ghana in the finals of the African soccer championship in Luanda.
Photo Darko Bandić/Associated Press
110 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 09/03/2010
LEN European waterpolo championship - the match between the men’s teams of Croatia
and Spain. Croatia goalkeeper Josip Pavić defended a penalty shot with his chest.
Photo Antonio Bronić/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 111
Makarska, 12/04/2010
Rugby players after the Nada - Makarska match were in different moods.
Photo Feđa Klarić/Cropix
112 croatia press photo 2010.
Zagreb, 02/24/2010
A second round match of the Euroleague between Cibona and Olympiacos in the Dražen Petrović basketball center.
Photo Igor Kralj/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 113
category
daily Life
pavao cajzek award
A photograph of everyday life must entice the
viewer to at least partially identify with the
subject. In a way it must demistify a person or
event and show the essence of the reporter’s
focus. It must achieve what is truly difficult – find
the unusal in the ordinary.
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Osijek, 02/07/2010
Workers of Dalekovod “hang” twenty meters off the ground in baskets while they stretch wires for a new route of the international power line
between Ernestinovo near Osijek and Pečuh in Hungary. The works were opened in 2008 by the former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader.
The planned investment is 159 million kunas for the 44 kilometers route, and the project is ending in March of this year.
Photo Vlado Kos/Cropix
croatia press photo 2010. 115
Maslenica bridge, 07/01/2010
Adventure tourism is becoming more popular, bungee jumping off the Maslenica bridge is the highest in Croatia,
and the adrenaline rush of the jumpers is increased by the fishing vesels which often hunt in the Ždrilo area.
Photo Sebastian Govorčin/Zadarski list
116 croatia press photo 2010.
Kigali, Ruanda, 07/01/2010
Despite high postwar poverty, the people of Ruanda have a strong desire to meet the living standards of
the developed world. The few months of dry season are used to build houses made of dried earth.
Photo Jure Mišković/Cropix
croatia press photo 2010. 117
Zagreb, 06/03/2010
A rain shower on Ilica street did not surprise passerbys.
Photo Boris Ščitar/Pixsell
118 croatia press photo 2010.
Zadar, 06/28/2010
Professional window cleaners shine the facade of the new Jadran Invest residential building.
Photo Željko Mršić/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 119
Blato na Cetini 04/09/2010
Brought from who knows where and left to rot in the untouched nature of the Dalmatian hinterland,
this Škoda’s life has been slightly extended. It became the playground of local children, and if the
careless owner had left a key, maybe their game would not be so innocent.
Photo Siniša Sunara
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Zagreb, 11/26/2010
The first snow has fallen on the streets of Zagreb. A light in front of the
Esplanade hotel illuminates the snowflakes and a passerby’s umbrella.
Photo Goran Jakuš/Pixsell
croatia press photo 2010. 121
Varžzdin, 06/23/2010
The offer is rich, but the buyers are few on the Varaždin market. One of the saleswomen
took up a horoscope book, possibly to find out if tomorrow will bring more work.
Photo Željko Hajdinjak/Cropix
122 croatia press photo 2010.
Rijeka, 02/14/2010
An everday Croatian reality.
Photo Petar Kurschner
croatia press photo 2010. 123
Zagreb, 05/18/2010
High school graduates on the Miramarska street in a procession
towards the Bundek lake, where they traditionally celebrate the
end of high school education with the popular Norijada.
Photo Dragan Matić/Cropix
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Kelava Marina – H-Alter.org
Kiš Miroslav
Klarić Feđa – Cropix page 110
Koprivica Bojan
Kos Vlado – Cropix page 113
Kovačev Boris – Cropix
Kralj Igor – Pixsell page 47, 111
Kralj Saša
Kucelin Zvonko – Zadarski list
Kurschner Petar page 121
Lučić Andrija – Cropix page 15
Lukunić Marko – Pixsell page 106
Lukunić Željko – Pixsell page 16, 57, 58, 59, 60,
61, 62, 63
Macek Patrik – Pixsell
Magzan Anto – Pixsell page 24, 39
Marinović Stipe – Vrime page 64, 65, 66, 67, 68
Markičević Neja – Cropix page 30
Marušić Duško – Pixsell
Matić Dragan – Cropix page 19, 122
Matić Robert
Mehkek Goran – Cropix page 104
Midžor Slavko – Pixsell
Mijošek Milivoj – Glas Istre
Mišković Jure – Cropix page 34, 46, 115
Mršić Željko – Pixsell page 117
Nobilo Igor – Gloria
Omerović Safet – regionalexpress.hr
Orlić Roberto – Globus
Peršun Krasnodar – Nacional page 37
Pobi Mladen
Polan Hrvoje – Agence France Presse
Požek Goran page 102
Prgomet Maja – Splitski portal
Prkić Jakov – Cropix
Puklavec Davor – Pixsell
Ravlić Jure – Story
Ravlić Ivo – Cropix
Saletto Goran – HP Vjesnik
Sambolec Igor
Ščitar Boris – Pixsell page 21, 116
Senčar Damir – Hina
page 81, 82, 83, 84, 85,
86, 101
Šepić Željko – Zoom page 31
Šeri Josip – Glas Slavonije
Smoljanović Tomislav
Šoban Igor – Nacional
Soldo Danijel – Cropix page 43, 44
Stanković Matko – Gloria
Stanzl Goran – Pixsell page 103
Štedul Fabac Kristina – Pixsell
Strmotić Nino – Pixsell
Strukić Sanjin – Pixsell
Sunara Siniša page 118
Surać Stipe page 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95
Švoger Andrej – Cropix page 36
Tabet Kristijan
page 69, 70, 71, 72, 73
Težak Branko – Ivanečke novine
Vajdić Marin page 35
Vilić Nikola – Cropix
Višnjić Davor – Pixsell
Vrčković Mateja
Vuković Stipaničev Nikolina – Šibenski list
Žganec Rogulja Vjeran – Pixsell page 45
Through the prism of an international jury,
photojournalism in Croatia is seen in its real dimension.
Professionals and experienced colleagues who monitor
and create top notch photographs on a daily basis
are in a position to determine what is of high quality,
interesting and worth praising. This year’s jury was
composed of a hardened German photography editor,
an experienced Agence France Presse photojournalist
and an assistant professor at the Academy of drama. In
the peace and seclusion of Prvić island they were able
to concentrate solely on the selection of what is best
in journalistic photography from last year. Since all the
entries were coded, the focus was on the photographs,
with no indication whether their author is younger
or older, from a small or large community, agency or
freelance.
Photo by Dragan Matić
Angelini Manuel – Glas Istre
Anić Robert – Pixsell
Babić Jadran – Cropix page 105
Bandić Darko – Associated Press page 16, 51,
52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 108
Barišin Zvonimir – Cropix
Bašić Žarko – Pixsell
Brala Filip – Pixsell
Bronić Antonio – Pixsell page 96, 97, 98, 99, 109
Buljubašić Admir – Cropix page 29
Cimaš Teodora – Cropix
Čović Bernard – Glas koncila
Divić Jure – Glasnik Vrgorske krajine
Dubravec Tom – Globus page 33
Dugandžić Vladimir – Cropix
Đurđević Nina – Cropix page 40, 41
Fabijan Petar – Novi List page 49, 74, 75, 76, 77,
78, 79, 80
Galoić Jurica – Pixsell
page 23, 38, 107
Gaspotić Anna – Pixsell
Glibušić Damir – Cropix page 18, 87, 88, 89
Gorenak Darko
page 26
Goršić Ronald – Cropix page 28
Govorčin Sebastian – Zadarski list page 114
Hajdinjak Željko – Cropix page 120
Hladika Željko – Pixsell page 25
Jakuš Goran – Pixsell page 119
Javorović Davor – Pixsell page 48
Jelavić Hrvoje – Pixsell
Jelenski Željko – Lider page 22
Jurica Petar – Gloria
Jurinec Marko – Pixsell
Kalle Zlatko – Vjesnik
joe klamar
Harald Menk
Darije petković
Agence Frence Presse
Stern
Academy of Dramatic Art, Zagreb, Croatia
A longstanding photography editor in Stern
magazine, Germany. In his 21 year experience
he has selected photographs from most crucial
world events, including the Ruanda genocide,
World soccer championship in USA, the war in
Iraq etc. He was also a jury member in Prague,
Moscow, Warsaw and Perpignan.
An experienced photojournalist of Slovakian
origin began developing his career in Canada,
and after returning to his home country went
on the work for TASR and Reuters agencies as
well as Agence France Presse. He has covered
many significant assignments in the region and
the world, in sports and politics. He is the
winner of the Czech Press Photo for 2009.
Currently an assistant professor at the Academy
of drama in Zagreb was for many years
photography editor in Globus magazine and
Jutarnji list daily. His broad photojournalistic
experience was supplemented by academic
work in the student community.
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