24 Aug Slideshow: Winners and finalists of AAP Magazine’s #19 SHAPES competition
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Winners and finalists of AAP Magazine’s #19 SHAPES competition
For their 19th competition, All About Photo (AAP) Magazine asked entrants to submit images that reveal the elements that abstract light, texture, shape and shadow. 25 winners from 13 countries were selected. The 3 winners split a cash prize of $1,000. All winning images, with links to their respective series, can be viewed on AAP’s site. They’ll also be published in the magazine’s print edition.
Overall Winner: ‘Sand Dunes (Series)’ by Hsin Ya Lin (Taiwan)
About the Series: This group of photograph is about the silhouette of human body that mislead people’s eyes to see landscape photographs. The curvy lines and shadows of human body made the view of sand dunes in the time that sun just raised.
Second Place Winner: ‘Car Park’ by Klaus Lenzen (Germany)
About the Series: The picture was taken on a parking lot in Moenchengladbach in the western part of Germany.
Third Place Winner: ‘A Close Distant’ by Martine Lemarchand (France)
About the Series: The images were made in my kitchen with utensils (stoneware plate, bowl, glass dish…) and food ingredients (coffee, soy sauce, eggs, soda water, blue matcha, oil…). I sometimes use brushes to create movements. The result is a world that is both near and far as I aspire to create abstract worlds, connoting a vision of ‘elsewhere’.
Merit Award: ‘A Study of Fragility’ by Camilla Gorini (Italy)
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