Image © Luc Delahaye
Luc Delahaye was selected from a shortlist of 12 photographers that included Robert Adams, Daniel Beltrá, Mohamed Bourouissa, Philippe Chancel, Edmund Clark, Car de Keyzer, Rena Effendi, Jacqueline Hassink, An-My Lê, Joel Sternfeld and Guy Tillim.
The theme of this year's competition was Power, for which Delahaye submitted a series of 10 images shot between 2008 and 2011.
According to David King, the jury's president, Delahaye's images were chosen for their narrative power and intensity.
Delahaye wins a £65,000 cash prize.
Meanwhile, British photographer Simon Norfolk has won the Prix Pictet commission, worth £27,000, which will see him go back to Afghanistan to document the Medair NGO.
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