Photos: What does trust look like?

<a href='http://www.worldpressphoto.org/' target='_blank'>World Press Photo</a> annually hosts the <a href='http://www.worldpressphoto.org/joop-swart-masterclass' target='_blank'>Joop Swart Masterclass</a>, giving up-and-coming photographers the chance to be mentored by prominent experts in the industry. A book, "Next#02," focusing on the theme "trust" will feature essays from the 12 student photographers and will be available in bookstores in November. Seen here is "Cave Albino" by Turkish photographer Cemil Batur Gökçeer. "Caves, associated in mythology with freedom of soul, resurrection, and contemplation, have in many places been transformed into tourist spectacles. The photographer considered this transformation, and the way that culture and landscape have been packaged to become products for global tourism, in a way that affected not only his choice of subject matter, but his technique in developing the images," according to a press release from World Press Photo.

World Press Photo annually hosts the Joop Swart Masterclass, giving up-and-coming photographers the chance to be mentored by prominent experts in the industry. A book, "Next#02," focusing on the theme "trust" will feature essays from the 12 student photographers and will be available in bookstores in November. Seen here is "Cave Albino" by Turkish photographer Cemil Batur Gökçeer. "Caves, associated in mythology with freedom of soul, resurrection, and contemplation, have in many places been transformed into tourist spectacles. The photographer considered this transformation, and the way that culture and landscape have been packaged to become products for global tourism, in a way that affected not only his choice of subject matter, but his technique in developing the images," according to a press release from World Press Photo.