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Epson International Pano Awards: as melhores fotos panorâmicas de 2020

Premiação anual acaba de anunciar os vencedores da edição desse ano e a galeria dos premiados é de alto nível

por Revista FHOX
The Open Competition grand prize winning image by Canadian photographer, Matt Jackisch.

O Epson International Pano Awards é uma premiação criada na Austrália e que já se consolidou na categoria fotografia panorâmica. Foram mais mais de 5800 imagens enviadas para a competição de de 1452 fotógrafos amadores e profissionais de quase 100 países. Importante destacar que nessa edição a participação foi recorde. Os vencedores levaram prêmios como impressoras da Epson, câmera Nikon e outros produtos. O grande vencedor de 2020 foi o fotógrafo canadense Matt Jackisch. Veja a galeria com os vencedores. 

Amateur Competition grand prize winning image by Spanish photographer, Juan López Ruiz.
Dragon Eye, Highest Scoring Aerial Image, and Second Place, Open – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Iceland. #  Manish Mamtani
Light Explosion, 43rd Place, Open – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed on Senja Island in Norway. #  Armand Sarlangue 
The Hall Of Buddha, 15th Place, Amateur – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. #  Tien Sang Kok
Dot Matrix, 9th Place, Open – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in London, England. #  Mathew Browne 
Summer Morning, 33rd Place, Amateur – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Italy’s Dolomites. #  Krzysztof Browko 
The Mind Game, 3rd Place, Open – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Canada. #
The Curve, 47th Place, Amateur – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Zaragoza, Spain. # David Duce /
Colors of Inle Fabrics, 4th Place, Open – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Inle Lake, Myanmar. #  Zay Yar Lin 
The Road To The Dawn, 33rd Place, Open – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Senja, Norway. # © Di Lu 
Milan Octagon, 20th Place, Amateur – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Milan, Italy. # Pietro Madaschi
Under the North Star, 2nd Place, Amateur – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed on the coast of the Barents Sea in Russia’s Murmansk region. #  Vitaliy Novikov
84,000 Statues of Medicine Buddha, 36th Place, Open – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Shimane, Japan. # Shinya Itahana 
Light Fog, 39th Place, Amateur – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Texas. # Eren Atis 
Rainbow and Red Rocks, 39th Place, Open – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Utah. # David Swindler 
Harbin Opera House, 21st Place, Amateur – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Harbin, China. #  Yaping Zhang 
Rivers of Iceland, 43rd Place, Open – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in southern Iceland. # Mieke Boynton 
Sahara, 39th Place, Open – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Libya. # Marsel van Oosten
Leptis Magna, 36th Place, Open – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Libya. # Marsel van Oosten
Floating Island, 12th Place, Open – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Bled, Slovenia. # Carsten Bachmeyer 
Civita-Birds-Eye, 27th Place, Amateur – Built Environment / Architecture. Photographed in Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy. #
Convergence in the Dark, Curator’s Award Winner, and 5th Place, Open – Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in central Utah. # Armand Sarlangue 
Open Competition runner-up image by Australian photographer, Colin Leonhardt.