Polacy wśród finalistów tegorocznych iPhone Photography Awards
Kilka dni temu rozdano nagrody w corocznym konkursie iPhone Photography Awards.
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Pierwsze miejsce w kategorii „Ludzie”
Dina Alfasi - Izrael
I shoot mostly street scenes and portraits, trying to capture intimate moments. Every day I get to work by train and bus. For two hours every day I’m in a place with different people. At first, to pass the time, I was just observing them and trying to guess where they’re going, what they are dealing with, or what their story may be. Along with this observation, I noticed intimate moments and so I started to take photos, and I was surprised with the result.
Drugie miejsce w kategorii „Ludzie”
Jiabing He - Zhejiang, Chiny
Trzecie miejsce w kategorii „Ludzie”
Marina Spironetti, Mediolan, Włochy
This picture was taken in Arles, France, during the Rencontres d’Arles, an annual photography festival. I was visiting one of the exhibitions when I saw the picture – it was almost too good to be true: the bright yellow of the walls, the lady sitting down and then, all of a sudden, another visitor approaching in the background. It was one of those lucky moments. I decided to crop the lady in the background so that the two women in the picture could form two halves in the frame.
Polacy wyróżnieni w kategorii „Ludzie”
Magdalena de Jonge Malucha
Źródło: iPhone Photography Awards