STREET PHOTOGRAPHY Awards February 2018

  • Winning Photographer Camilla Ferrari

    Winning Photographer Camilla Ferrari

    © Camilla Ferrari
  • Second Prize Mohammad Mohsenifar – 2nd Prize

    Second Prize Mohammad Mohsenifar – 2nd Prize

    © Mohammad Mohsenifar – 2nd Prize
  • Third Prize Omri Shomer

    Third Prize Omri Shomer

    © Omri Shomer
  • Finalist Jorge Delgado-Ureña

    Finalist Jorge Delgado-Ureña

    © Jorge Delgado-Ureña
  • Finalist Simona Bonanno

    Finalist Simona Bonanno

    © Simona Bonanno
  • Finalist Thanasorn Janekankit

    Finalist Thanasorn Janekankit

    © Thanasorn Janekankit
  • Finalist İlker Karaman

    Finalist İlker Karaman

    © İlker Karaman
  • Finalist Enrico De-Conto

    Finalist Enrico De-Conto

    © Enrico De-Conto
  • Finalist Giancarlo Zuccarone

    Finalist Giancarlo Zuccarone

    © Giancarlo Zuccarone
  • Finalist Mills Jaruluxkana

    Finalist Mills Jaruluxkana

    © Mills Jaruluxkana


First Prize: Camilla Ferrari

“Great composition using both the surrounding and the light to guide our eyes towards the subject’s face and engage us immediately. Like a spiral connecting our eyes with hers. Then we feel we are in a surrealist world and she is questioning us and telling us her own story, all in a simple look. Through the great contrast with the natural background and her white hair, she becomes the most important question mark of the photograph.” – REZA

Second Prize: Mohammad Mohsenifar

“The first thing that attracts us here is the contrast. It naturally keeps our eyes wondering from the women’s faces well framed by the wall’s window painting – towards the figures int the left part of the frame. We can also feel the determination and complicity on the women’s faces. The harmony of the colors and light creates two different feelings and layers: relaxation on one hand, provocation on the other.” – REZA

Honorary Mention: Omri Shomer

“Following the visual approach of contemporary photographers such as Alex Webb and Harry Gruyaert, here we have an image showing a subtle and special attention towards all the elements building the photographic composition. The people, naturally; The decor and lighting just as much. Bringing to mind the very words of Harry Gruyaert: “There is no story. It’s just a question of shapes and light,” summarised in a brilliant moment of street life.”
– The Independent Photographer Editors

© Lynzy Billing

Current Theme:
VISUAL STORYTELLING Deadline: 30 June 2019

The art of visual storytelling encompasses a wide range of possibilities with at its heart, the will to tell a story.

From classic social documentary to imaginative storytelling: this month we are seeking visual artists aiming to captivate and share their stories with conviction.

Portrait, street, documentary, landscape: All approaches are valid. Enter now and show us YOUR stories!

1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400

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