A crowd scene in Tunis.
A year later, Ochlik started a photo agency, IP3 Press. (A photojournalist who isn’t also a hustler is a photojournalist at a severe disadvantage.) He photographed the 2007 French presidential election. He went to Congo and Haiti again. Three pictures he took of the Arab Spring in 2011 won first prize at the 2012 World Press Photo competition. His work ran in such publications as Paris Match, Le Monde, Time, and The Wall Street Journal.