The end of 2010 is upon us, and what do news photographers have to show for it?
Well, a lot.
This past month, newspapers and news agencies have been publishing their staffs’ best photos, as well as pictures that summarize the events of 2010. Here are a few of those galleries in case you missed them or need some inspiration. Happy New Year!
1. The San Jose Mercury News
The San Jose Mercury News produced a video presentation of its staff’s best work of the year.
2. The Boston Globe‘s “The Big Picture”
Reuters’ “Full Focus” blog published 55 of their photographers’ best pictures, complete with photographers’ commentary.
4. The St. Petersburg Times
The St. Pete Times‘ staff photographers picked their favorite photos of the year for this gallery.
4. The New York Times
The New York Times shares a timeline of photos that represent 2010.
5. The Dallas Morning News
6. The Orlando Sentinel
The Orlando Sentinel‘s “Year in Review” feature also includes a sampling of 75 photos by Sentinel photographers.
7. The San Antonio Express-News
Each San Antonio Express-News photographer picked his/her best images of the year for individual slideshows.
8. The Washington Post
The Washington Post published its seventh annual “Best of the Post” to showcase its staff’s photography, multimedia and video content.
9. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Also, be sure to check out “best of” galleries by each of the AJC staff photographers.
10. Luceo Images
Each member of Luceo, a highly-regarded photo collective, picked his/her five images that represented a year of work.
11. Sports Illustrated
Here’s a collection of — you guessed it — Sports Illustrated‘s pick of the year’s best sports photos.
12. The Seattle Times
The Seattle Times published a gallery of its photo staff’s picks for the year.
13. The Austin American Statesman
The Austin American-Statesman photographers created a video production of their best work of 2010.
What year-end photo collections did we miss? What was your favorite photographic coverage this year? Share in the comments!
And, of course — Happy New Year, everyone!