Corbis announces the winning photographers in its Bettmann 100 Photo Contest this week. The 30 winning images by 19 photographers were chosen by a jury of nine international judges as the submissions that ‘best captured the zeitgeist of the early 21st century’ (Patient with Prosthetic Leg by UK photographer Ben Edwards pictured). Open to professional photographers, the winning images will be included in the Bettmann Archive, the first time new work has been added to the archive since 1985. For a full list of winners see www. corbis.com/bettmann100/photography/photographycompetition.
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