Meet The Winners Of Mobile Portraits Photography Competition

Published by WPC Official on May'22,2019

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Meet The Winners Of Mobile Portraits Photography Competition

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Announcing winners of our Mobile Portraits photography competition in association with Zoomin.com. The competition was a huge success and received almost 1,000 entries from around the world. The winners were selected by our 2 judges after careful inspection of each photo and many rounds of selection and shortlisting. This competition shows the power of Mobile Photography and how amazing photographers like these are using it to its full potential. Along with the top 3, there are more honourable mentions who made it to the top 30 photos, check them out at this link.

Here are the winners.

1st Prize Syed Bilal

Heres what judges said about this photo,

"This one is stunning because of its graphic composition and the mystery it evokes on many levels. A young boy with a shadow of a towering adult Is quite dramatic and so is the boys pose and expression. The tension, the drama of light and shade are used as important compositional tools. Not only its thought provoking but also, the photograph is asking many questions. A Hitchcock classic. Well Done...!"

 

2nd Prize Satish Sharma

Heres what judges said about this photo,

This one is a great example of classic portraiture. The use of soft light, the play of textures, the composition and the expression is perfect. What is outstanding about this portrait is the use of leaves to complement and frame the face of the sadhu. The white square/patch on the right of the face is disturbing the composition and could have been best avoided. That would have certainly upped the rating of this one. Good job nevertheless.

 

3rd Prize Gaurav Khedekar

Heres what judges said about this photo,

This one builds a bridge between the painting and the photograph. Carefully constructed subdivisions and the subject's expression and pose are simply stunning. This photograph is a great example of how to use lines to create a balance between different elements. It's a complex study in composition and texture with very strong overtones of story telling. Simply wonderful. Congrats!

Congratulations to all the winners

Meet our judges

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Idris Ahmed

Armed with a camera and an eye for the interesting, Idris Ahmed shoots photographs across genres. Along with his work as a professional photographer, he teaches photography courses and workshops at various institutes, conducts photo-expeditions and runs Photocommune, a collective of photography enthusiasts.

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Amit Sharma

Amit Sharma is a photographer based in Delhi, working mainly in the field of lifestyle, fashion, portraiture and travel. His work regularly gets featured in the country's leading fashion and lifestyle magazines as well as multinational brands."


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Announcing winners of our Mobile Portraits photography competition in association with Zoomin.com. The competition was a huge success and received almost 1,000 entries from around the world. The winners were selected by our 2 judges after careful inspection of each photo and many rounds of selection and shortlisting. This competition shows the power of Mobile Photography and how amazing photographers like these are using it to its full potential. Along with the top 3, there are more honourable mentions who made it to the top 30 photos, check them out at this link.

Here are the winners.

1st Prize Syed Bilal

Heres what judges said about this photo,

"This one is stunning because of its graphic composition and the mystery it evokes on many levels. A young boy with a shadow of a towering adult Is quite dramatic and so is the boys pose and expression. The tension, the drama of light and shade are used as important compositional tools. Not only its thought provoking but also, the photograph is asking many questions. A Hitchcock classic. Well Done...!"

 

2nd Prize Satish Sharma

Heres what judges said about this photo,

This one is a great example of classic portraiture. The use of soft light, the play of textures, the composition and the expression is perfect. What is outstanding about this portrait is the use of leaves to complement and frame the face of the sadhu. The white square/patch on the right of the face is disturbing the composition and could have been best avoided. That would have certainly upped the rating of this one. Good job nevertheless.

 

3rd Prize Gaurav Khedekar

Heres what judges said about this photo,

This one builds a bridge between the painting and the photograph. Carefully constructed subdivisions and the subject's expression and pose are simply stunning. This photograph is a great example of how to use lines to create a balance between different elements. It's a complex study in composition and texture with very strong overtones of story telling. Simply wonderful. Congrats!

Congratulations to all the winners

Meet our judges

Profile image

Idris Ahmed

Armed with a camera and an eye for the interesting, Idris Ahmed shoots photographs across genres. Along with his work as a professional photographer, he teaches photography courses and workshops at various institutes, conducts photo-expeditions and runs Photocommune, a collective of photography enthusiasts.

Profile image

Amit Sharma

Amit Sharma is a photographer based in Delhi, working mainly in the field of lifestyle, fashion, portraiture and travel. His work regularly gets featured in the country's leading fashion and lifestyle magazines as well as multinational brands."