GRAND
PRIZE
GRAND PRIZE
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Carli Choi
SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE

"Painting in the Dark" is an ongoing series inspired by Choi's childhood fondness for painting. Choi finds the night sky resembles a black canvas, and the act of lighting up a landscape through long exposures reminds her of coloring in a scene.
(Image 1 of 6)


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GRAND PRIZE
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Carli Choi
SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE

"Painting in the Dark" is an ongoing series inspired by Choi's childhood fondness for painting. Choi finds the night sky resembles a black canvas, and the act of lighting up a landscape through long exposures reminds her of coloring in a scene.
(Image 2 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
GRAND PRIZE
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Carli Choi
SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE

"Painting in the Dark" is an ongoing series inspired by Choi's childhood fondness for painting. Choi finds the night sky resembles a black canvas, and the act of lighting up a landscape through long exposures reminds her of coloring in a scene.
(Image 3 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
GRAND PRIZE
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Carli Choi
SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE

"Painting in the Dark" is an ongoing series inspired by Choi's childhood fondness for painting. Choi finds the night sky resembles a black canvas, and the act of lighting up a landscape through long exposures reminds her of coloring in a scene.
(Image 4 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
GRAND PRIZE
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Carli Choi
SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE

"Painting in the Dark" is an ongoing series inspired by Choi's childhood fondness for painting. Choi finds the night sky resembles a black canvas, and the act of lighting up a landscape through long exposures reminds her of coloring in a scene.
(Image 5 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
GRAND PRIZE
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Carli Choi
SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE

"Painting in the Dark" is an ongoing series inspired by Choi's childhood fondness for painting. Choi finds the night sky resembles a black canvas, and the act of lighting up a landscape through long exposures reminds her of coloring in a scene.
(Image 6 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
HONORABLE
MENTION
HONORABLE MENTION
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Chan Hong Yui Clement
SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, HONG KONG

"Z-Axis" is a study of Hong Kong's multilevel urban design from a mathematical perspective, The Z-axis refers to the depth of an object in a three-dimensional coordinate system. Looking into Hong Kong's landscape along the Z-axis, one can gain more understanding of how topographical factors affect habitation and to what extent the land has been altered.
(Image 1 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
HONORABLE MENTION
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Chan Hong Yui Clement
SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, HONG KONG

"Z-Axis" is a study of Hong Kong's multilevel urban design from a mathematical perspective, The Z-axis refers to the depth of an object in a three-dimensional coordinate system. Looking into Hong Kong's landscape along the Z-axis, one can gain more understanding of how topographical factors affect habitation and to what extent the land has been altered.
(Image 2 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
HONORABLE MENTION
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Chan Hong Yui Clement
SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, HONG KONG

"Z-Axis" is a study of Hong Kong's multilevel urban design from a mathematical perspective, The Z-axis refers to the depth of an object in a three-dimensional coordinate system. Looking into Hong Kong's landscape along the Z-axis, one can gain more understanding of how topographical factors affect habitation and to what extent the land has been altered.
(Image 3 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
HONORABLE MENTION
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Chan Hong Yui Clement
SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, HONG KONG

"Z-Axis" is a study of Hong Kong's multilevel urban design from a mathematical perspective, The Z-axis refers to the depth of an object in a three-dimensional coordinate system. Looking into Hong Kong's landscape along the Z-axis, one can gain more understanding of how topographical factors affect habitation and to what extent the land has been altered.
(Image 4 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
HONORABLE MENTION
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Chan Hong Yui Clement
SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, HONG KONG

"Z-Axis" is a study of Hong Kong's multilevel urban design from a mathematical perspective, The Z-axis refers to the depth of an object in a three-dimensional coordinate system. Looking into Hong Kong's landscape along the Z-axis, one can gain more understanding of how topographical factors affect habitation and to what extent the land has been altered.
(Image 5 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
HONORABLE MENTION
TRAVEL/LANDSCAPE
Chan Hong Yui Clement
SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, HONG KONG

"Z-Axis" is a study of Hong Kong's multilevel urban design from a mathematical perspective, The Z-axis refers to the depth of an object in a three-dimensional coordinate system. Looking into Hong Kong's landscape along the Z-axis, one can gain more understanding of how topographical factors affect habitation and to what extent the land has been altered.
(Image 6 of 6)


Photos © 2015 All rights reserved.
Each year, we are proud to present the work of new visionaries who are studying in art and photography programs across the country and around the world.


This contest was judged by:

JAMES CLARIZIO
Assistant Photography Editor
Interview


MICHELLE BOGRE
Associate Professor
Photography Department
Parsons The New School for Design


JIM CASPER
Editor and Publisher
LensCulture

MAREN LEVINSON
Founder
REDEYE


EMILY SHORNICK
Photo Editor
The Cut
New York magazine

BRUCE STRONG
Multimedia, Photography and
Design Department
S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications
Syracuse University


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