Photo by Zoran Zonde Stojanovski on Unsplash There has been a lot said about these two topics. Read this piece if you are looking to find out more about their differences and similarities. The Atlantic posts weekly entries dedicated to the most meaningful events in the world, and you guessed it, it shows pretty much everything with photographs, made of course, by photojournalists from all over the globe. The World Press Photo Award is the most prestigious award for photojournalism, and they publish the best of the best. R ead this article to find out why it is so important for photojournalists all over the globe. Just a small tip, they get pretty intense in April, when the award is just around the corner. Of course, we can't send you a link to our article and not give the actual World Press Photo site space in our list. They also publish annual books with everything you need to know about the most important photographs of the year – well the ones they've chosen. This year was special for this award, because they released the list of candidates for the award. This was a complete breakthrough, and in that moment we did an analysis about the featured images. Photo by Jonathan Harrison on Unsplash The International Center of Photography (better known in the photographic world as the ICP) is the world's leading institution dedicated to the practice and understanding of photography and the reproduced image, and it was founded by… Cornell Capa, who happens to be Robert Capa's brother. On 2016 the photojournalist Jonathan Bachman took an image that caused some serious turmoil on the web. People where declaring it iconic as soon as it appeared, and honestly, it is one of the most meaningful photographs of our century. In this article, I did a deep breakdown of the photograph. According to the Time Magazine, there are 100 influential images that have shaped our world. Many of these photographs were produced thanks to photojournalistic work. Here in this link, you can explore all the stories behind these images that changed the world. They were all selected in-house by TIME and an international team of curators. Some of the images include other photographs, and short documentaries. They even published a book with all the photographs . We hope you have enjoyed this post, and remember, every time you see images produced for breaking news purposes, try to think about the context in which the photographer had to put themselves in order to capture reality as it is.