Graphis is proud to announce the winners of the Photography Annual 2017 competition! The Platinum Award-winning photographers come from ten countries and include Craig Cutler, Colin Faulkner, Aliceblue, Lennette Newell, Frank Wartenberg, Beth Galton, Parish Kohanim, Kah Poon, Andrew→ [[Read the full article…]]
Craig Cutler, a Graphis Master and award-winning photographer from New York, United States, submitted the above both photographs to the Photography Annual 2017. Other entrants from New York include IF Studio, Christopher Griffith, Bill Diodato, Tatijana Shoan, and Caroline Knopf, among→ [[Read the full article…]]
Longtime Graphis contributor Jim Norton from Toronto, Canada, submitted the above photograph to the Photography Annual 2017. Other entrants from Canada include Colin Faulkner, James Tse, Ken Villeneuve, and Cameron Davidson, among others. See below for more.
The above entry (left) was→ [[Read the full article…]]
Nick Hall, a Graphis award-winning photographer from Washington, United States, submitted the above photograph as part of a series submitted to the Photography Annual 2017. Other entrants from the United States include Aliceblue, Zane Michael Cooper, IF Studio, and Jim Erickson, among→ [[Read the full article…]]
Graphis Master Phil Marco, based in New York, shot the above portrait (left) for Photography Annual 2012. Joseph E. Reid, also from New York, shot the other photograph (right), a submission to our Photography Annual 2008. Other photographers of nudes include: Francois Robert, Peter→ [[Read the full article…]]
Emy Kat from France submitted the above photograph (left) for the Nudes 5 Competition. Phil Bekker from the United States shot the other photograph (right), which won a Gold Award in the 2014 Photography Annual. Other photographers of nudes include: Francois Robert, Peter Ogilvie, Klaus Klampert→ [[Read the full article…]]
The Nudes 5 Competition is starting to come alive! Based in New York City, Albert Watson shot the above photograph titled “Jennifer Floating Under Water” (left). The other photograph was taken by Joe Lee, a student at School of Visual Arts. Other photographers include Peter Ogilvie, Phil Bekker→ [[Read the full article…]]
A. Tamboly from Germany shot “Blue Man” to create a male beauty portrait with a dark ambience, and his “Eve’s Glory” series in order to challenge the way that females are presented in visual arts.
Other submissions from Germany include Frank P. Wartenberg’s series “Cappelli – Frida”→ [[Read the full article…]]
Colin Faulkner, a multiple Graphis award-winning photographer from Canada, shot “Hindmarch Bag” and “Rebecca Minkoff Bag + Shoe” for the still life category, with both images showing contemporary and trendy fashion accessories.
Other photography submissions from Canada include James→ [[Read the full article…]]
Yagi Studio, based in Japan, created “Hyper Realism” and “Black Light,” two pieces from their two different series. “Hyper Realism” is an image from their series in the food and beverage category, while “Black Light” is from their still life series.
Other photography submissions from→ [[Read the full article…]]