AP’s Charles Dharapak Wins Photograph of the Year in “Eyes of History” Contest

Posted by on Monday February 27, 2012 | Photojournalism

©Associate Press/Charles Dharapak. President Obama endures a pint of Guinness on a 2011 trip to Ireland.

Charles Dharapak of the Associated Press has been named Photographer of the Year in the still photography division of the 2012 “Eyes of History” contest, the White House News Photographers Association (WHNPA) has announced. Andrew Harnik of the Washington Times won the Political Photo of the Year award.

In the new media division of the competition, John Poole of NPR won first place in the Best Use of Photography & Audio (with narration). David Gilky of NPR won Best Use of Photography &Audio (natural sound). Whitney Shefte of The Washington Post won first and second place in the Best of Multimedia (in depth) category, while  Jim Lo Scalzo of EPA won first place in the Best Multimedia Package (simple) category.

Judges for the still photo competition were Ohio University professor Marcy Nighswander and photographers Bob Pearson and Ed Kashi. A full list of still photography winners will be posted here on the WHNPA site.

Judges for the new media competition were photographers Liz O. Baylen, Will Yurman, and Zach Wise. The full list of new media winners will be posted here on the WHNPA site.

The White House News Photographers Association sponsors The Eyes of History contest. This year’s winners  will be honored at the annual “Eyes of History” Gala on May 5, 2012, in Washington, DC.

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