The Guest Editors of CPN Editor’s Choice 3 awarded ‘Favourite Overall Image’ to a photograph by Cris Toala Olivares, shot near the West Bank village of Nilin. To discover the story behind the image, and view all four favourite images from Editor's Choice 3, please click on the window above to watch a CPN video interview with Cris Toala Olivares.
Editor’s Choice 3: overall favourite images
From the many thousands of entries to Editor’s Choice 3, submitted by over 2,000 photographers, the following images were chosen as the favourite three images of the Guest Editors. In a ‘Public Vote’ CPN readers voted for their favourite overall image from Editor’s Choice 3. CPN would like to congratulate all of the photographers and thank everyone who submitted images to Editor’s Choice 3.
The Guest Editors for Editor’s Choice 3 were: Daniel Glückmann (Getty Images), Ruth Eichhorn (Geo), Alexia Singh (Reuters), Renate Ferri (Io Donna and Amica), Paul Römer (National Geographic Traveler) and Rebecca McClelland (New Statesman).
Favourite image: Cris Toala Olivares
Israeli soldiers shoot tear gas during a demonstration against Israel's controversial separation barrier in the West Bank village of Nilin, near Ramallah, 22 October, 2009. The image was shot by Cris Toala Olivares (The Netherlands), on an EOS-1D Mark III.
Highly commended: Mugur Varzariu
Eritrean refugees from Libya arriving at UNHCR center in Timisoara, Romania. The image was shot by Mugur Varzariu (Romania), on an EOS 5D Mark II.
Highly commended: Moritz Hager
Zurich, Switzerland, 1 November 2010. An employee of the pre-deportation detention unit at the airport prison in Kloten is serving food to an inmate. The image was shot by Moritz Hager (Switzerland), on an EOS-1D Mark IV.
Judges’ feedback from all editions of Editor’s Choice
Since Editor’s Choice began in 2009, CPN readers have submitted tens of thousands of images to be judged by some of world’s most influential picture editors. Below are the multimedia packages in which the Guest Editors explain their choices and pass on their advice and experience to photographers.