Wide Variety Of Styles And Subjects At The 2017 International Photographer Of The Year Contest (IPOTY)

Here are some of the winning images at the 2017 International Photographer of the Year. ‘IPOTY creates new opportunities to showcase the best photographic work and introduce leading talents to the world of contemporary photography. We celebrate creativity and ambition, and we support artists to develop and present their work through competition. Our annual competition is open to everyone, amateurs and professionals alike. The overall winners, category winners, and those who are commended will have their work showcased to a global audience by our media partners.’ – IPOTY

Wide variety of styles and subjects at the 2017 International Photographer of the Year contest (IPOTY)
‘Beckon Us from Home’ by Sarah Blesener. International Photographer of the Year. “With activities like water gun games, racing, and tug-a-war, this could easily be mistaken for a YMCA summer camp in Salt Lake City. However, 900 students across Utah are attending a week-long “Patriot Camp,” focusing on patriotic education and the constitution.”
Wide variety of styles and subjects at the 2017 International Photographer of the Year contest (IPOTY)
‘Monochromatic Hairscapes’ by Michal Balan. First place, People:Fashion/Beauty (Professional). “Series of beauty photos. Collaboration work with award-winning hairstylist Bozena Sarek.”
Wide variety of styles and subjects at the 2017 International Photographer of the Year contest (IPOTY)
‘A visit to the stratosphere’ by Christiaan van Heijst. International Open Category Discovery of the Year. “Long exposure shots taken from the Boeing 747 flight-deck. A view into the realm of birds and storms where man was never supposed to be if we had not invented airplanes.”
Wide variety of styles and subjects at the 2017 International Photographer of the Year contest (IPOTY)
‘Courtship’ by Philip Thurston. International Nature Photographer of the Year. “A beautiful and intimate moment between two Australian Fur Seals off Montague Island, South Coast, NSW.”
Wide variety of styles and subjects at the 2017 International Photographer of the Year contest (IPOTY)
‘Chamaleon Project’ by Ana Santos. Second place, Fine Art: Conceptual (Professional). “Chamaleonidäe (Chamaleon Project) is a reflection on the habitat, the adaptation, the duality, the escape, the finite infinity, the universe woman, the hidden souls. A refuge of conceptual plurality in pursuit of making a mess of what is set, steers us towards new perspectives from what is hidden. An identity full of metaphors and polarities. A place to calm us down, to show us, to hide us, to blend into any living space. An attempt at listening to our inner souls to know where, when and why. What we show, and what we are expected to show: passion, sexuality, maternity; the belonging and excessive places of being. My goal is establishing a dialogue between the geometrical sobriety, articulated through balanced areas of color, rhythm, and composition of its execution, resulting from the exploration of the visual experience of light, space, color, and shape.”

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