The sixth Epson International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography.
Advances in digital photography and editing software has resulted in a surge in the popularity of image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. Panoramic film photography also remains alive and well.
The overall winner of the 2015 Open competition is Max Rive from The Netherlands!
The runner-up in the 2015 Open competition is Darren Moore from The United Kingdom.
The winner of the new Jeff Mitchum Fine Art Prize is Carlos F. Turienzo from Spain.
The aim of this prize in this age of accelerating digital progression is to reward photography that conveys ‘feeling’ and tells a story…to encourage images that elicit emotive responses, in addition to being well crafted through photographic technique. Images entered for consideration must have been created predominantly ‘in camera’.
The winner of the EPSON Digital Art Prize is Darren Moore from The United Kingdom.
This award is also new to the competition and aims to reward excellence in modern digital post-processing.
The overall winner of the 2015 Amateur competition is Mateusz Piesiak from Poland.
Highest scoring image from film capture in the Open competition, Yury Pustovoy.
Highest scoring spherical image in the Open competition and Highest scoring aerial image in the Open competition, Dmitry Moiseenko.
Highest scoring gigapixel image in the Open competition, Wojciech Kruczynski.
Highest scoring entry from an IAPP member in the Open competition, Dennis Ramos.
Amateur Award Winner – Built Environment / Architecture, John Finnan, Australia.
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The EPSON International Pano Awards 2015 — Winners announced
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