The best pictures of the EPSON International Pano Awards 2020 Panoramic Photography CompetitionPictolic
Panoramic photography is not the easiest genre of photography, even today, when the photographer has a lot of opportunities and special equipment. Therefore, the world's largest panoramic photography competition, the EPSON International Pano Awards, attracts thousands of participants.
The EPSON International Pano Awards competition was founded in 2009 by Australian landscape photographer David Evans with the support of EPSON Australia. This year it was held for the 11th time. The organizers of the contest received 5,859 works from 1,452 photographers from 96 countries. And that's what they pleased us with this year.
"Spring hibernation". Matt Jackish. Photographer of the Year and winner in the category "Nature / Landscapes" of the open category
The EPSON International Pano Awards are divided into an open competition designed for professionals and an amateur competition. This year, the absolute winner of the open competition was Matt Jackish from Canada with his work called "Spring Hibernation".
"Light and darkness on the towers". Juan Lopez Ruiz. 1st place in the nomination" Man-made environment / Architecture " of the amateur category
Colin Leonhardt. 1st place in the nomination "Man-made environment / Architecture" of the open category
"Split in the cave". The caves of Chandelier, Peru. Oleg Gaponyuk. 1st place in the category "VR / 360"
"Crown-cascade". Blake Randall. Award in the category "Nature / Landscapes" of the amateur category
Ribeira da Janela Island, Madeira, Portugal. Carlos F. Turienzo. 2nd place in the category" Nature / Landscapes " of the amateur category
"Convergence in the dark". The badlands of Central Utah. Armand Sarlang. Special curatorial award in the category "Nature / Landscapes" of the open category
"Eye of the Dragon", Iceland. Manish Mamtani. 2nd place in the category "Nature / Landscapes" of the open category
"Kivertree Forest under the stars", Namibia. Lauren Lacroix. 3rd place in the category "Nature / Landscapes" of the open category
"A flock of flamingos". Thomas Vijayan. High rating in the open category, nomination "Nature / Landscapes"
And a few more works that were highly noted by the judges of the competition