Grand Prize

STUDIO AND GRAND PRIZE


Ed Hafizov
“Geometry of Light.”
PA commercial photo shoot for DaNu Radio's Russian Calendar Girls project, requiring creative themes for 12 sponsors. Three pieces of cardboard were used to project shadows on the model and in the corner behind her. All of the project's concepts were developed by the photographer and shot in five sets.

E-Mail: photo@zorzstudios.com
Available  Light
First Place

AVAILABLE LIGHT

First Place

John Mohar
“One Hundred and Twenty Three Seconds of My Time.”
Photographed on a beautiful, windless December night at the San Antonio, Texas, River Walk.

E-Mail: jm@jmohar.com
Small  Flash
First Place

SMALL FLASH

First Place

Graziano Panfili
“Aliens Are Among Us.”
This photo is part of a personal artistic photographic work about aliens among us. A job where the subject in all the pictures is the "Light."

E-Mail: info@dinamicagallery.it
Studio
Merit

STUDIO

Merit

Ian Spanier
"UFC Fighter."

UFC Fighter Mike Chiesa, photographed for the UFC reality TV show, the Ultimate fighter on FX Network. Chiesa ultimately won the season’s competition earning him a professional card.

E-Mail: ian@ianspanier.com
Studio
Merit

STUDIO

Merit

Ian Spanier
"Dancers from Above."

A group of ballet dancers photographed from above as a part of a shoot for Danskin’s Fall/Holliday clothing line. Shot on location in Red Bank, New Jersey.

E-Mail: ian@ianspanier.com
Available Light
Merit

AVAILABLE LIGHT

Merit

Olga Astratova
"Rain Hour."

E-Mail: olga.astratova@gmail.com
Available Light
Merit

AVAILABLE LIGHT

Merit

Rocco Ceselin
"The Boy and the Tree."
On a foggy afternoon at the Point Reyes peninsula in California, a little boy is playing near a majestic tree.

E-Mail: rocco9@mac.com
Small Flash
Merit

SMALL FLASH

Merit

Amaris Granado
"Reception. (Louise)"

E-Mail: info@amarisgranado.com
Small  Flash
Merit

SMALL FLASH

Merit

Raymond Phang
"Superman Goes Shopping."
Superman loves his blue and red costume, but found a nicer looking one at the store display. He got whacked by the shopkeeper because he was mistaken for a peeping tom. What a bad day!

E-Mail: contactme@raymondphang.com
People's
Choice

PEOPLE'S CHOICE

Merit

Carrie Prewitt
"Come away, O human child!
To the waters and the wild
With a faery, hand in hand,
For the world's more full of weeping than you can understand."
—W.B. Yeats, "The Stolen Child"

E-Mail: carrie@carrieprewitt.com





Congratulations
to all the Winners!
Thank your for
entering your photos to
2013 Seeing the Lignt
Contest!


This contest was judged by:

Julia Sabot
Associate Photo Editor
Dwell

Brian Smith
Michael Grecco
Tony Gale



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