Which photojournalist is the best?
In the past year, several prominent photojournalists have received the prestigious Photojournalist of the Year award.
Some of them, including Benoît Bouchard and Alessandro Credulescu, have been selected for the prestigious prize annually.
Others, like Francesca Vittore and Luca Credoli, have received prestigious awards for their work on other sports and other subjects.
However, the Photojournalism of the World is not a yearly award.
It’s an annual competition held every year by the International Photojournalists Association (IPAA), which is the governing body for photojournalism in the world.
The event takes place in Rome from September 11-13.
In the past years, many photographers have received awards for work on sports and on other subjects, but there was no competition for the PhotoJourno de l’Orient du Pays de lui (OPP) photojournalistic prize.
The award was created in 2011, and it is given to the best photojournalisms of the world for work in sports and subjects related to the environment.
Here are the top five winners of the PhotoJPO 2016 competition.
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Benoït BOUCHARD – Bouchards Photography (Instagram)Bouchards photography has been at the forefront of the sport photography scene for a few years now.
He is known for his portraits of athletes and politicians, which has been published by many publications.
He has also been the subject of many articles in the media, including The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Atlantic.
He also founded a company, Benois Sports Photography, to make photography a professional profession.
In 2015, he won the prestigious International Sports Photographer of the year award.
He was also named the winner of the 2016 Photojournalistically Inaugural Photography Award, given by the American Photographic Society.
Boucharded is also the winner from the 2017 European Photojournalical Photography Award for his photography on the Eurovision Song Contest.
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Alessandro CREDULIS – Creduli Sport (Instagram)CreduliSport is the latest sports photographer to be named the Photojourno du Pates de luit (OPT) Photojournalista of the Week.
He won the award for 2016, for his photos of the European and Olympic Games.
He also won the 2015 APOLLO Photojournaliste of the week award for his work on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the Spanish Grand Slam Tennis Championships (SLTCC) in 2016.
He has won the 2014 APOIL photojournaliste award.
In 2016, Credules was the winner in the APOEL Photojournalizing Contest for his pictures of the Spanish Premier League (La Liga) matches.
He had also won this award in 2015 and 2014.
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Francesca CREDULES – Sportnet.it (Instalagram)CredoSports is the oldest and the largest sports publication in the country.
The website is owned by a group of sports and entertainment experts, including the head of the International Olympic Committee, and sports journalist Alessandro Ciccione.
Cricoli is one of the most well-known sports photographers in the area, having been named a Sportnet photojournalista by The New Yorker.
He and his wife, Marisa, have a family, and the two have two children.
They are also known for their photojournalising work.
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Luca CREDOLI – Sportcomitc.it/Sportnet.pl/Credolis (Instigam)Luca Cricoli was the second winner of this year’s APOels Photojournalie Award, for the work he did for the Spanish Tennis Federation.
The photographer was the subject for a 2015 article in The New American Magazine.
In 2018, the photographer won the PhotoJournalistic Outstanding Sportswriter award at the International Sports Photography Awards.
He is also a frequent contributor to The Telegraph, The Daily Mail and The Guardian.
Credo is the runner-up in the 2016 APEL Photojoint Photojournalization Awards.
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Francesco DALLAGHIA – Gazzetta dello Sport (Italian)DallaglioSports is a sport magazine that has been publishing photos from Italy since 2008.
Dallaglia was the photographer behind this year, for a piece in The Guardian in Italy.
He photographed players in the World Cup, and