The Epson International Pano Awards

The 10th Epson International Pano Awards is dedicated to the craft and art of panoramic photography.
Advances in digital photography and editing software have resulted in an ever-increasing rise in the popularity of image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. VR ‘immersive’ photography also continues to excite and develop at a rapid pace, and panoramic film photography remains alive and well.
The Epson International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest competition for panoramic photography.

2019 Curators Award
Simon Roppel, Switzerland
The Drowning, New Zealand
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Open Photographer of the Year
Mieke Boynton
Dragonfire, Braided Rivers Of Southern Iceland
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2019 Major Amateur Winner
Carlos F. Turienzo, Spain
Waterfall Lofoten, Norway
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2019 Epson Digital Art Prize
Mark Gray, Australia
Enchantment, Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland
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Nikon Award
Danny Tan, Australia
Solitude, Torres Del Paine
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View the 2019 Winners Galleries at The Epson International Pano Awards

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Winning images from the “Green Color” competition.

Winning images from the “Green Color” competition.

Cernicky Radoslav
Alone in the light
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Antonio Bernardino
Under my Umbrella… Ellla…Ellla
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Imam Primahardy
Trimeresurus Albolabris
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Татьяна Ефименко
Тоскана в лучах вечернего солнца
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yaghoobi mehdi
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Winning images from the “Green Color” competition.
more at 35awards

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The power to inspire

View the winning images selected by our international jury. Wildlife Photographer of the Year champions ethical photography. Images are chosen for their artistic composition, technical innovation and truthful interpretation of the natural world.

The winning images reveal the abundance, beauty, resilience and vulnerability of life on Earth.

Wild Asses in a Wild Land
by Shangzhen Fan
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Spring Vision
by Imre Potyó
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Sky Hole
by Sven Začek
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Framed
by Florian Smit
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Creation
by Luis Vilariño
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Whether you shoot in the remote wilderness, an urban environment or on your doorstep, Wildlife Photographer of the Year is open to everyone.
Your wildlife photography has the power to inspire, excite and amaze. Great images of nature transform the way people look at the natural world, challenge opinion and stimulate debate.

more at the Natural History Museum

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Nature Photographer of The Year

Nature Photographer of The Year is a Nature Photography contest that celebrates the beauty of nature photography.

Overall winner: Csaba Daróczi (Hungary) | Jump
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Bence Mate (HU) | Wings
Highly Commended (Nature Art)
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Brandon Yoshizawa (US) | Flower Power
Highly Commended (Landscapes)
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David Frutos Egea (ES) | The Fallen Idol III
Category winner (Plants and Fungi)
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Peter Cech (CZ) | Greeting the sun
Category Winner (Birds)
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more at: Nature Photographer of The Year

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Light blue colors

Winning images from the “Light blue colors” competition.

Urmia Lake
by ramin
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В ледяном плену
by Шабанов Сергей
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by Савин Андрей
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by Krier Guy
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by dilyana dimova
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Light blue colors
more at 35 awards

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Осень; Катя; Лисенок; Фиолент; Прага

Portraits by Anastasiya Barmina | портреты Бармина Анастасия

Осень
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Катя
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Лисенок
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Фиолент
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Прага
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Portraits by Anastasiya Barmina | портреты Бармина Анастасия
more at 35photo

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Visual Love Letters to Earth

Photographer Aaron Reed shares his love of nature through striking landscape images. A resident of the Pacific Northwest, he focuses much of his attention on the temperate terrain and captures scenes of babbling brooks, massive forests, and monumental mountainscapes. Each composition is a celebration of natural light and color; together, they offer endless inspiration and are the essence of why many people venture outdoors.

Reed views his work—as well as photography in general—as a special way to convey and present his experiences to others. “In my opinion, the gift of a captured, and subsequently shared, memory found in a photograph holds deep value and importance,” he tells My Modern Met, “allowing each of us to experience others’ joy, pain, and life experiences despite being great distances and even lifetimes apart.” Through his photographs, he hopes to show the viewer the natural world in new ways and evoke the same joy that he finds when using his camera.
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more in: “Interview: Photographer Captures Visual Love Letters to Earth with Striking Landscapes”
at my modern met

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