Congratulations to photographer Jessica Bizzoni who’s image won the competition!
– Theme: Color Photography / Competition Judge: Sanja Marusic
The Color Photography Award aim to discover and bring exposure to the best contemporary artists working across all photographic fields.
On this occasion we invited photographers driven by their artistic eye and passion for color to join the competition and celebrate with us the beauty and diversity of color photography.
– 1st Prize: Jessica Bizzoni
“What I find interesting about this photo is that the photographer has managed to create a parallel world in which the choice of colors plays a vital part. With a surrealist touch, the artist succeeds in exploring the way we recognize our planet, almost choosing the colors of the landscape themselves. To me, all the elements; light, color, composition and subject matter, all work really well to convey this message.” – Sanja Marusic
– 2nd Prize: Nana Yaw Oduro
“This photo has elements of suspense which leads me to ask questions such as “what are these men doing?” and “where are they going?”. The intrigue is further exaggerated by the striking colors and the proximity of the men’s hands, as though they were holding one another. The photographer’s choice to shoot in portrait format, with nothing but the yellow-brown of the ground as a background, helps the colors of their shorts really pop out, retaining an abstract feel.” – Sanja Marusic
– 3rd Prize: Martin Tscholl
“Initially, the composition of this photo makes it difficult to tell that we are looking at a glacial landscape. The photographer’s choice to focus on the texture and colours of the ice elevate this image from a typical topographic study to a poetic survey of one of nature’s most fluctuating terrains. Here we see in detail the complexity of the ice caps in flux, accentuated by a variety of colors. Blues, greys and browns symbolise decay and remind us of the imposing environmental crisis, whilst also emphasising the beauty of nature”– The Independent Photographer Editors
VISUAL STORYTELLING Deadline: 31 January 2020
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