Fine Art Photography Awards – 2nd Edition Winners Announced!

Art is born out of passion. Fine Art photography is a perfect instrument, which allows a person to communicate with the world and share their vision. It results from the author’s deep sensitivity, a need to express feelings through image, a unique view of the surrounding reality. It can be spontaneous, but it can also be a conscious and deliberate manifesto.

FineArt06aProfessional Fine Art Photographer of the Year
Winner: Jaime Travezan
Flora (2015) (Series)
Co-authored with David Tortora. The series Flora is a celebration of nature. Photos: David Tortora/Jaime Travezan
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FineArt06bAmateur Fine Art Photographer of the Year
Winner: Florian Ruiz
Mirage cities (Series)
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FineArt06cStreet Photography 1st Place Winner (professional): Koji Tajima
Pattern (Single)
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FineArt06dWildlife / Animals 1st Place Winner (amateur): Pedro Jarque
Wild souls (Series)
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Full Professional Winners Gallery
and Full Amateur Winners Gallery
at fineartphotoawards

Macro Photography by Henrik Spranz

In conversation with Henrik Spranz
Vienna-based wildlife and nature photographer Henrik Spranz specialises in macro photography with more than a touch of magic realism. It’s not by accident that his world takes us on a flight of fancy into a different, more ethereal place, and gives him a creative break from the day job.
Interview by Nick Smith

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Macro Photography by Henrik Spranz
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Outdoor Photography Magazine
July 2016