Chelsea International Photography Competition

The Chelsea International Photography Competition exhibition features the diverse works of 28 professional and amateur photographers. The works on view were selected by a distinguished panel of jurors and convey the astonishing breadth and global nature of the photographic medium. Through expressive portraits, still lifes, and conceptual works, the exhibition conveys a unique perspective on the tradition of photography and how the medium conveys ideas, creates fictions, or captures attitudes.

Korean photographer and photojournalist HaleLee Seoyeon masterfully captures the paradox of compassionate isolation in urban spaces.
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Self taught Brazilian photographer Sidney Gaspar documents the play of light and shadow in his theatrical landscapes shot in black and white.
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French-Russian artist Misha De-Stroyev’s beguiling works capture the grandeur and enormity of the natural world.
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Eli Matityahu’s recent photographic series masterfully weaves together architecture and abstraction within a minimalist aesthetic.
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The works of Vincent Chahley are a cross-section of digitality and physicality, where details commingle with perceptual gestalts to give viewers a novel perspective on the interrelationship between geography and art.
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Chelsea International Photography Competition Exhibition
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City/Architecture

50 best photographers | City/Architecture | Best of 35photo 2017

Алексей Ермаков
Биение города
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Алексей Ермаков
Верблюд
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Сергей Давыдов
На рыбалку
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Сергей Давыдов
Loneliness
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SONY DSCGaL-Lina
Живописный Мост
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GaL-Lina
На вершине серых скал…
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Lukasz Derangowski
Hyatt
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Lukasz Derangowski
Kö-Bogen
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Best photographers and photos of site 35photo 2017
more City/Architecture photography at 35photo

Black and White Images of the Metropolis

The captivating street photography of London-based Alan Schaller incorporate a stunning combination of geometry, high contrast and surrealism, as well as a human aspect to each image. His series Metropolis examines how we are often lost in the world around us. Schaller uses scale to show the contrast between his subjects and the sprawling architectural backgrounds they stand against. With a masterful technique of light and shadow, each image is heavy with emotion.

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Black and White Images of the Metropolis by Alan Schaller
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Introducing the Hasselblad Masters 2018

The Hasselblad Masters is widely acclaimed as one of the world’s most prestigious professional photography competitions. The winners were selected by a combination of a public vote and a professional Masters Jury – comprising internationally renowned photographers and imaging experts.

Landscape
Benjamin Everett – USA
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Wedding
Victor Hamke – Germany
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Beauty & Fashion
Michal Baran – Ireland
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Architecture
Kamilla Hanapova – Russia
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Wildlife
Karim Iliya – USA
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Aerial
Jorge de la Torriente – USA
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Every Hasselblad Masters award winner will hold the title of ‘Hasselblad Master’ and be a brand ambassador for two years. In addition, they will receive a brand new Hasselblad medium format camera and be invited to shoot for a collaborative project with Hasselblad. This project will be printed and released in the bi-annual Hasselblad Masters book.

Winners will receive their awards, cameras and trophies at a special photokina 2018 ceremony in Cologne this September.

Congratulations to all the Masters 2018 winners!

more at Hasselblad

Black and White City Architecture | Wolfgang Mothes

Black and White City Architecture

“Medienhafen”
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“Posttower / Tower 185 I”
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“Kranhaus II / Tower 185 III”
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“Tower 185 II”
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Wolfgang Mothes Photography
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Mono World

Mono World | The online leading photography magazine. Worldwide photography inspirations.

Mountain Road by Igor Debevec
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Seoul Design Plaza by Pedro Bonay
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In Paris by Osvaldo Ghirardi
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Download by Hugues Hardy
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Lindisfarne View by Steve Cheetham
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Glencoe Lochan by John Starkey
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Black and White 04 – Mono World – Camerapixo photography magazine
Nature, Architecture, Portrait, Travel, Documentary …

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Historic Photographer of the Year

The first Historic Photographer of the Year awards showcase the world’s very best historic places and cultural sites from across the globe, capturing everything from the most famous national treasures to the obscure and forgotten hidden gems.

The overall winning image was shot by Matt Emmett from Reading and taken at RAF Nocton Hall, an abandoned former military hospital. The winning public vote photograph was a shot of Jedburgh Abbey taken on a school trip, and was won by Manchester’s Jenna Johnston.

RAF Nocton Hall and US Military Hospital, Lincolnshire
Photographer: Matt Emmett
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Jedburgh Abbey
Photographer: Jenna Johnston
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Shortlisted:

Corfe Magic
Photographer: Robert Maynard
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The Eiffel Tower, France
Photographer: Maxim Mishin
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Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya, Thailand
Photographer: Mathew Browne
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Historic Photographer of the Year
more at triphistoric