The Unbiased Photographer, a worldwide neighborhood of images fanatics and professionals, has introduced the winners of its Portrait Pictures competitors. The competition aimed to uncover up to date portraits which can be each visually impactful and emotionally evocative.
Esteemed British photographer, Jimmy Nelson, recognized for documenting endangered indigenous cultures across the globe, judged the competition. Nelson’s distinguished physique of labor consists of his acclaimed e-book, “Earlier than They Go Away,” that includes putting portraits of 35 indigenous tribes.
We’re delighted to spotlight the distinctive works of ten photographers who exceeded all expectations on this competitors. Be a part of us in celebrating these proficient winners and exploring their gorgeous pictures!
Far Away Thunder” — From the ‘Manifest’ sequence. Jorg Karg — 1st place. Prize — $1000
“This work is an excerpt from my not too long ago launched sequence Manifest’. The intention behind my digital photographic collages is to make the beholder really feel addressed instantly, with none additional rationalization. Subsequently, I exploit present-day visible language and strategies to mix them with long-established, elementary concepts of portray and drawing.”
“Gayoung”. Marcin Jozefiak — 2nd place. Prize — $600
“The “Fearless Flowers” sequence explores gender, sexuality, gaze, and id in South Korea. Adorned with flowers, the human physique represents common innocence, timelessness, and purity. The topic, who could convey toughness in different settings, is proven with vulnerability and humanity when photographed in a protected studio surroundings. Ornamented with flowers, the black garment, which represents the society uniform, is a metaphor for the combat and wrestle of every topic and past.”
“Dad, the place we used to play”. Keiran Perry – third place. Prize — $400
“This can be a portrait of my dad, shot final yr firstly of his chemotherapy. Some fairly scary instances, we thought he would possibly lose his hair so I shot this on a misty morning within the heather up on the moorlands the place we used to play. He’s robust as previous boots and on the street to restoration, with hair nonetheless intact. Life can throw us some testing instances, I’m simply glad he’s nonetheless knocking round giving me a push ahead.”
“Gitano” – Milan, Italy. Arianna Angelini — Finalist
“Editorial studio portrait shot on movie.”
“A cope with God”. Giandomenico Veneziani — Finalist
“The guts of Hell is just not fireplace, however ice. Chilly as hatred, dehumanization, and relational loss of life. The physique is enveloped by the chilly waters of the Cocytus and at that second all need is extinguished and man can solely ponder his failure.”
“Untitled” – Italy. Giuseppe Gradella — Finalist
“Studio editorial portrait.”
“In Focus: Black Minds Matter”. Iveta Cevorova — Finalist
“Unmasking Silence: Pictures for Psychological Well being Consciousness & Psychological Well being Stigma in Black Communities”
“Lillie”. Lucas Troadec — Finalist
“The cinematic sequence Lillie & Tillie delves into the imaginary. Initially imagined as a coaching train for my documentary methodology, I wished to create fictional characters and discover their worlds as if getting into a movie’s cinematic universe. Being a self-taught photographer, this was my very own manner of constructing private workout routines and a curriculum for myself.”
“Portrait of Yun-A” – Italy. Mauro Matalone — Finalist
“Studio Portrait of feminine mannequin Yun-A.”
“Lucia” – Italy. Mirko Sperlonga — Finalist
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