See the DN:s bildspecial with the prized pictures and links to the stories
the Competition picture of the Year is organized by the Pressfotografernas club. In the 2019 edition, which is the 77th in the line, had the DN-photographers Paul Hansen, Anders Hansson, Lotta Härdelin, Jonas Lindkvist, Eva Tedesjö and Roger Turesson chance to win a prize.
had more than 1,600 contributions from the 192 photographers to judge. In total there are 18 classes and each class appointed for three winners – one first place, one second place and one third place.
Once the distribution was over, it was clear that the five DN-photographers received prizes: Eva Tedesjö, Paul Hansen, Roger Turesson, Lotta Härdelin and Jonas Lindkvist.
among the five with five rates.
For the first he was for the ninth time awarded to this year's press photographer. He also got a first price in the category of tv/web 30 minutes, with the story ”A man called Ragnar”. It's about Ragnar Hedenius, 87, who decided to leave the life.
Hansen got a second prize in the category this year featured Sweden for images of ALD-sick Emil, finished third in the category this year portraits as well as a second prize in the category this year nyhetsbild abroad for the pictures from Gaza.
in the year of culture and fun for the pictures from the Disease in Seinäjoki in Finland. She also received a third prize for a report from Palu in Indonesia after the tsunami.
Jonas Lindkvist got a third prize in the category of this year's sports stories for his images from the qualification in the skidsprint at the OLYMPICS in Pyeongchang in south Korea.
Eva Tedesjö was awarded a second prize in the category of this year's daily lives abroad for a story on the cannabisindustrin in Canada.
Roger Turesson got a third prize in the category of this year's daily lives abroad for a story about gender segregation in the kiosk for fast food in saudi Arabia.
picture of the Year 2019 is taken by Niclas Hammarström for Expressen. It is a picture from a morgue in Yemen. Hammarström also won the first prize for both the nyhetsbild abroad that year porträttserie.
on the phone from the home that he is jubilant over the new awards.
– I'm basically an incredible competitive person, but I try to deal with it, so that it becomes a positive force.
he said that He was particularly happy over the price of the story of Ragnar, 87. It was a production where Hansen told through both the moving image as still images and text.
" It's great to have the space for it on DN. It is very much thanks to the bildchefen Pär Björkman and the others on the bilddesken.”I'm basically an incredible competitive person, but I try to deal with it,” says Paul Hansen. Photo: Jonas Eng
When the story previously won a prize in the united states contacted Paul Hansen ragnar's family directly.
– And several of them expressed that ”we won”, to ”Ragnar won”, and I thought that was wonderful.
– When working with the narrative, it is not the narrator who will stand in the center, " says Hansen, and holds out a few role models: Tom Richards, Roger Turesson, Fredrik Funck, Eva Tedesjö and Beatrice Lundborg.
" no, No, there is no such thing. You can not compare that way. I am extremely grateful for the stories I get the confidence to convey. I am happy that it is the content that wins, " says Paul Hansen.