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Posted February 14, 2012
2012 World Press Photo Contest
Our Congratulations
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Congratulations to photographers David Guttenfelder, Carsten Peter, Stephanie Sinclair, and Brent Stirton who won World Press Photo Awards for their recent stories in National Geographic.

David Guttenfelder took third place in the New Stories category for “Japan’s Nuclear Refugees” in the December 2011 issue.

Carsten Peter took second place in the Nature category for “Vietnam’s Infinite Cave” in the January 2011 issue.

Stephanie Sinclair took first place in the Contemporary Issues category for her “Child Brides” story in the June 2011 issue.

And Brent Stirton took first place in the Nature category for “Rhino Wars” in the February 2012 issue—which is available in the digital edition of National Geographic on February 15, and on newsstands at the end of the month.

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