By, Rachel Lowry, Nov. 25, 2015.

The world’s most respected photojournalism contest unveils a new set of standards for visual journalism.

Last spring, controversy shook one of the world’s most respected photo awards when World Press Photo revealed that 20% of entries that made it to the final round were disqualified for what the jury deemed excessive manipulation. Subsequently, a prize given to Italian photographer Giovanni Troilo was withdrawn for geographic inaccuracies.

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