Adrenaline | The Ultimate Sports + Action Photography Contest

Congratulations to the professional and amateur winners of ADRENALINE. Adrenaline celebrates the photographers capturing the intensity and dedication of athletes and adventurers.

Grand Prize | Professional : Fitness
Marcus Eriksson
Vancouver, BC, Canada
An energetic portrait of MMA fighter Dee Obaro.
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Professional : Sports
Hana Asano
Torrance, CA, United States
Former Professionalbasketball player Stef Corgel goes for a finger-roll layup in Los Angeles. This image was shot as part of a personal series titled “Nosebleed Seats.”
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First Place | Professional : Action/Adventure
Andrew Kornylak
Chapel Hill, NC, United States
Climber Jonathan Brandt fully extends looking for the next hold on a cliff at Little River Canyon National Preserve in Alabama.
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First Place | Amateur : Action/Adventure
Aidan Williams
linden, NSW, Australia
A series depicting athletes highlining in daring conditions—an activity where they perform on suspended webbing while wearing a harness and leash.
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Amateur : Fitness
Riley Joslin
West Henrietta, NY, United States
A portrait capturing simplicity in the beauty of the strong female body.
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Grand Prize | Amateur : Sports
Enrique Lopez-Tapia
Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Known as Pacu Jawi, this sporting event in South Sumatra, Indonesia, is a traditional celebration where riders hold onto the tails of oxen and try to reach the end of a flooded rice field without falling.
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Professional : Action/Adventure
Darcy Brown
Middlesbrough, Cleveland, United Kingdom
After a storm passed through Hout Bay, South Africa, Brown says that the world’s finest big wave surfers tackled the residual waves, which rose up to 40 feet. “Wonderfully mad, inspiring and adrenaline-fueled action all the way,” she says.
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Adrenaline | The Ultimate Sports + Action Photography Contest
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Moderne Attitude

Cara Delevingne, Icône Rebelle, Photographiée par Jean-Baptiste Mondino

Cara Delevingne, visage de la nouvelle ligne de soins Dior Capture Youth, photographiée par Jean-Baptiste Mondino pour Christian Dior Parfums. Mise en beauté Dior avec la crème Capture Youth Age-Delay Advanced, le sérum Capture Youth Glow Booster, Diorskin Forever Undercover Beige Clair, Diorblush Sculpt Pink Shape, Diorshow Bold Brow Dark, Mascara Diorshow Pump’n’Volume, 5 Couleurs Touch, Dior Addict Lip Glow, Dior Vernis Muguet. Cara Delevingne porte un pantalon et des bijoux Dior.
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Cara Delevingne | Génération Millenials
via Madame Figaro

In With The New

For Erich Gonzales, the only way to thrive in the local showbiz industry is to choose not to settle. With the upcoming release of the film Siargao, Emil Hofileña finds her branching out into the next chapter of her career, one that could capture who she really is.

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In With The New
Photographed by Patrick Diokno, Styled by Mano Gonzales

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Travel Photographer of the Year | 2017 Awards | 15th Anniversary Winners Announced

The premier travel photography awards – Your showcase to the world
The Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY)® photo competition is run by photographers for photographers. Wherever you live in the world and whether you are amateur or professional, beginner or expert, young or old – TPOTY is for you!
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Best Single Image in a Portfolio – Celebration of Humanity
Winner — Ana Abrao, Portugal
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One Shot – Primary Colours
Winner — Wendy Timmermans, Netherlands
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Smart Shot – iTravelled
Winner — Pia Vachha, Netherlands
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New Talent Portfolio – Destination
Runner Up — Tom Stahl, USA
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Best Single Image in a Portfolio – Earth & Climate
Special Mention — Joel Santos, Portugal
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Natural World Portfolio – Earth & Climate
Winner — Katherine Keates, Canada
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One Shot – Wildlife, Sealife
Winner — Johan Siggesson, Sweden
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The Travel Photographer of the Year 2017 contest has had another fantastic and wonderfully diverse set of photographs and photographic travel stories celebrating the humanity, landscape, environment and wildlife of this planet. More than 20,000 images were submitted by photographers in 129 countries. A full gallery of all 140 of the winning, runner-up, commended and special mention images can be seen on the awards’ website. The winning images will go on show in exhibitions in the UK and elsewhere during 2018 and will be published in the next Travel Photographer of the Year book, Journey Ten.

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