Hungarian photographers received Pulitzer-prize

Laszlo Balogh and Bernadett Szabo won the award

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Like the website of the prize and many of Hungarian news media riport an 8 member team of Reuters with their coverage of the migration crisis stretching through Europe.
The prize was won by the eight photographers together for their joint effort including two of my Hungarian colleagues Laszlo Balogh and Bernadett Szabo. The other members of the team are Yannis Behrakis. Michael Dalder, Stoyan Nenov, Alexandros Avramidis, Alkis Konstantinidis and Srdjan Zivulovic.

The best news photo collection from 2015

the most photos of the past year to watch

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Photo by Attila Volgyi / blog.volgyiattila.com

Just like in the recent years, I made a collection of the best photo selections of the past year. It containts most of the galleries of international news sites, from various countries and all such collections I could find in my own home country Hungary. This selection gives hours of browsing great photos. In my collection process […]

Last soldier of WW2 died 70 years ago this day

Robert Capa's important last fallen soldier thoughts

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US soldier killed by a German sniper on the balcony of a house in Leipzig on April 18, 1945. - Photo by Robert Capa

Photo by Robert Capa

We don’t know it for sure if he was really the last soldier to die in the second world war even on the Allied side. It can easily be possible this is not the truth. Robert Capa however photographed his death as last and thus he is remembered to be the last allied soldier to die in the war. What makes this all most important is how Capa thinks about him in his only partially fictional autobiography.