A picture may speak a thousand words, but some of the winning entries from this year's World Press Photo exhibition will leave you speechless.
Now in its 51st year, the annual World Press Photo exhibition is currently on display in Sydney. Showcasing the best photojournalism from around the world, the exhibition highlights 59 international photographers and includes three Australians this year.
One of the Australian winners, Tim Clayton, has been awarded first prize in the Sports Action category and will be featured in next month's Exposure gallery.
CNET.com.au is also running a competition with exhibition partner, Canon, to give one lucky reader the chance to win a photography masterclass lesson with Tim and a Canon EOS 450D digital SLR single lens kit, valued at AU$1,449.
To enter, we're asking you to submit one of your best photographs and tell us why you should win the master class lesson. Head over to the competition page for all the details.
The exhibition is on display at the State Library of New South Wales until June 5, before before moving to the Brisbane Powerhouse where it will be shown from June 12-30. This year is only the second time the exhibition has gone to Queensland, and unlike last year, the exhibition will not be shown in Melbourne in 2008.