Idyllic Reflections

Through a series of riveting abstract images that represent colours, shapes, and patterns, Andrea Stone looks at the dichotomy between illusion and reality that exists in our modern-day environment.

The reflections are a metaphor for how we interpret what we see, how we experience our interactions, and how we make sense of what is in front of us.

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Idyllic Reflections
by Andrea Stone
via Better Photography Magazine

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Telling a Story – The world of photographer Radoslaw Pujan

All eyes on Polish photographer Radoslaw Pujan whose work seems like from another time, telling intense stories and is made for eternity.

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Telling a Story – The world of photographer Radoslaw Pujan
via C-Heads

Urban Landscape

It’s time to go metropolis mad and get creative in the urban environment. The human-made landscape can be a visual feast for photographers. We’re looking for any angle on the subject; from industrial vistas to amazing architecture or perhaps you want to communicate a deeper message about the concrete world we’ve made.

The Voyage – Elena Paraskeva
Crowd Winner
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Traditional local boat in Victoria Harbour at sunset, Hong Kong – Stefano Zaccaria
Crowd Winner
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Impressions of Eros – PJS
Expert Winner
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Urban Landscape – Shoykot Roy
Crowd 2nd | Expert 3rd
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Magical Urban Monochrome – Mohammed Al Janabi
Crowd 2nd | Expert Commended
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Digital Camera Photographer of the Year is back for 2019 with an amazing £30,000 prize fund up for grabs. This year the awards are free to enter thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, mpb.com and Affinity Photo.
This year the awards are completely free to enter, and photographers 25 years and younger can take part in both the main awards AND Young Photographer of the Year.
For the overall winner the judges will be looking for a standout photographer who has not only won a round (or several) but has also demonstrated a range of skills and visual awareness in different categories.
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Urban Landscape | Round 1
view all results at Photocrowd

Grasping Unlimited Space

During his travels in 2017, the Lebanon-born photographer Dany Eid played with the visual contrast between a close up and the vast expanse of landscapes to explore the theme of infinity. He shot at various locations, always keeping ZEISS Lenses at hand to visualize infinity for both him and the people he meets in the particular region.

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ZEISS Infinity Tour with Dany Eid
more at Zeiss

The city by night

The city by night is an atmospheric environment, making it ideal for photos. We want to see your most creative efforts, no matter the specific subject, provided they were captured in the city at night.

Cuidad de la Artes y las Ciencias Valencia by ita
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Ghost Bus by Sandra Cockayne
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Organised Chaos | Hong Kong by Lee Mumford
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Rainy Paris by Marketa
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Marina Bay, Singapore by Mathew Browne
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The city by night
In association with Digital Photographer

more at Photocrowd

Norrhassel

IKEA and Hasselblad introduce NORRHASSEL, a collection of eight selected images captured by photographers who all hold the prestigious title of Hasselblad Master. IKEA, the world’s largest furniture retailer, teamed up with Hasselblad on a journey to democratise art, bringing world-class photography into the homes of those looking to add a unique touch to their interior.

Dmitry Ageev
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Ali Rajabi
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Joachim Schmeisser
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Hans Strand
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Lars van de Goor
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These eight images, photographed by award-winning Hasselblad Masters Dmitry Ageev, Lars van de Goor, Hans Strand, Bára Prásilová, Ali Rajabi, Tom D. Jones and Joachim Schmeisser, range from stunning portraiture to sprawling landscapes to intimate nature and city scenes. The IKEA x Hasselblad limited edition photography collection seeks to share Hasselblad’s passion for photography with the world and offer a wider audience the opportunity to discover new art captured by Hasselblad photographers.

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Norrhassel
via Hasselblad