Experts Confirm “Integrity” of 2013 World Press Photo Contest Winner
The controversy over this year's winner drags on
Earlier this year, Paul Hansen’s shot of a funeral procession in Palestine won the World Press Photo award. Soon after, it began suffering criticism that it had been “faked with Photoshop.” Then, the whole thing died down. This morning, however, things bubbled back up to the surface and World Press Photo set a few experts on the case to decide once and for all if the image was a composite. The verdict came back in favor of Hansen.