“Colour is very elusive. I wish photography was getting easier for me but it’s not. The goalposts are constantly shifting and I do find it quite hard to make images now, in the best sense of the word. Colour, for me, is that vital ingredient. It’s a tool that you can use and I’m always looking for interesting combinations of it.” - Brent Stirton, photojournalist
This image of blind albino boys in India was awarded First Prize, Staged Portrait Singles, by World Press Photo. Read more about the photo and Stirton’s shooting technique in this interview on Canon Professional Network.
Image: Brent Stirton/Reportage by Getty Images