Over 500 photographers took part in the contest, which consisted of two categories: Documentary and Conceptual Photography.
The photo stories were judged by a professional jury but also by public voters.
I submitted my photo essay about Evelin and made it to the Top25 in the Documentary category. I thank everyone who voted for me and I am grateful for all the comments and mails I got from people who liked my work.
Make sure that you take a look at the submitted works of other photographers. There are a lot of great photo stories to see.
Francesco Giusti’s photo story SAPE and David Favrod’s conceptual work Gaijin are amazing. Both photographers won the 1st prize in their category.
Brenda Ann Kenneally’s photo essay, “Upstate Girls,” documents the coming of age of five troubled young women in Troy, N.Y. It is a decidedly unromantic view of poverty, dysfunction and teen pregnancy.
“From the smallest necessity to the highest religious abstraction, from the wheel to the skyscraper, everything we are and everything we have comes from one attribute of man — the function of his reasoning mind.”—Ayn Rand
I like to see when people do something with passion.
I just met David a couple of times but from all the conversations I had with him I was able to get to know him a bit. There was a time where he didn’t know how his future path would look like and I am glad to see that he is doing well and that he loves his work. I think he has a lot of potential and it’s a good thing that he is using it for SoundCloud.
Die FDP war im Wahlkampf mit ihren klaren Forderungen eine Ausnahme - dafür hat der Wähler sie belohnt. Nun ist die Macht zum Greifen nahe, am Montag starten die Koalitionsverhandlungen mit der Union. Und siehe da: Plötzlich ist für FDP-Chef Westerwelle alles “verhandelbar”. Auch das FDP-Wahlprogramm.