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When snow fell on the Adriatic

Mario Giacomelli's photos of young priests playing in the snow are as beguiling today as they were in 1961
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How was 2014 for Danny Lyon?

The year the legendary photographer and activist turned his attention towards climate change
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The co-author of The Photobook: A History enjoyed Italian documentary photographers and met Josef Koudelka
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The Dutch photographer found enlightenment in Portuguese poetry and British shopping centres
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Late period Matisse proved an inspiration, and working with film maker Ralph Goertz helped him find himself
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How was 2014 for Steve McCurry?

He focused his lens on Syrian refugee camps, the plight of domestic servants and the lives of coffee growers
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How was 2014 for Roger Ballen?

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Steve McCurry 'It's been an incredible run'

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Steve McCurry 'It's been an incredible run'

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Steve McCurry ‘You need to be in the conversation’

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Steve McCurry 'You have to follow your passion'

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Steve McCurry 'You have to follow your passion'

How was 2014 for Martin Parr?

A beach in Benidorm, the film Leviathan and the City of London all inspired the photographer and Phaidon author
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How was 2014 for Stephen Shore?

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