Opening: November 01, 2018
Deadline: January 31, 2019
Entry fee: $30 for the 3 first images. $5 for each additional image
Prizes: $500, $1,000, $1,500, $2,000, $5,000, publications and exhibitions
Edition of the All About Photo Awards invites photographers from around the world to submit their best work for consideration.
Winners will receive $10,000 in cash awards, extensive press coverage and global recognition.
All winners will have their work published/showcased on the website Dodho Magazine, Be-Art Magazine, Daylighted, All About Photo Winners Gallery and AAP Magazine “Special Edition All About Photo Awards 2019”.
In addition, a selection of entrants of particular merit will be invited to display their portfolio on the website www.all-about-photo.com
Website of Photo Contest: https://www.all-about-photo.com/all-about-photo-contest.php?cid=7
All About Photo Awards 2018 Winners
A woman makes sure that her child; the hunter’s grandson is safely secure. Mongolia. Western Mongolia is one of the least densely populated places on the planet. Surrounded by glacier-wrapped mountains, arid plains, barely any trees and temperatures which fall below -40C, life can be brutally hard for the nomadic families who make their homes and tend their cattle here.
A Nenets woman splits the reindeer in her camp, around 200km from Salekhard, Russia, on Nov. 4, 2017. The Nenets are an indigenous people in northern arctic Russia. According to the latest census in 2010, there are around 45,000 Nenets in the Russian Federation, most of them living in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and Nenets Autonomous Okrug.
The Red Settlement at She Da, China, for Tibetan Buddhism continue to grow and extend its housing for Tibetan Buddhists who wishes to devote themselves to the religious study. The captured images reflecting an ongoing construction, a dense yet congested red and rhythmic pattern of the Buddhism sanctuary.
Taken in Sentani Indonesia, a group of boys playing at the airport located around their village.The boy’s is not school again and work are laborers at the airport.Their poverty does not prevent them from playing and being happy.They says “i believe i can fly”, it is their dream.
Merit Award’s Gallery
Bigeye Trevally forming a “tornado” at Cabo Pulmo National Park, Mexico . A few years ago, local fisherman decided to stop fishing and bet all on ecotourism. That bet was successful economically, socially, and ecologically speaking. What used to be an almost lifeless place now has a complete life chain, even bull sharks are back and orcas come and visit often. Cabo Pulmo is a true example that by letting the ocean recover, it will do so by itself.
February 22nd 2017, Mediterranean Sea. A rubber boat adrift at sea, overloaded with migrants, photographed in international waters off the coast of Libya. Data on the rescues conducted by the rescue vessel Aquarius show that smugglers are increasing the number of migrants crammed in the inflatable boats used for the trafficking: up to 150 people in 12/15-metres long inflatable boats.
Taken in Sentani Indonesia,an albino girl with two friends at the Sentani elementary school.In this school there is mutual respect ,no bully,no racist.
Selfie culture started to determine our existence; everybody needs to know where we are or are we doing something. While we are waiting for the approval of others, we miss the opportunity to enjoy the mysterious world around us. The photo was taken at the Massive Attack concert in Pula/Croatia, in August 2016.
North Korea is a totalitarian dictatorship based on the cult of the Kim dynasty. The incessant propaganda against the USA portraits the South Korean population as a victim of the American invasion; young generations live in a constant alert state as if the USA could attack any day. Youngsters have been educated to be knowledgeable people, especially in the scientific field, to foster the development of armaments and technology, chasing the dream of reuniting Korea in a whole and free state.
In Bangladesh, the brick industry employs men, women (sometimes pregnant) and children to work in brickyards in harsh and dangerous conditions. Wearing no protective gear, they work 12-18 hours breathing air filled with toxic particles to produce bricks. Children aged only 5-6 years, are working like slaves for $1 a day. Children who do not have access to education have little choice but to enter the labor market where they are often exploited and unable to escape the cycle of poverty.
Boys jumping from one train to another during Bishwa Ijtema. The Bishwa Ijtema is an annual gathering of Muslims in Tongi, by the banks of the River Turag, in the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is now the second largest Islamic congregation at 4 Million pilgrims.
July 2017: a lot of fires break out with intensity for days in the area of Messina, Sicily. The stables of the CUS (University Sport Campus), were evacuated due to the tremendous fire.A horse in a soccer field, finally the Canadair turns off the nearby flames.
Elie, 45, struts’ his stuff in the streets of Brazzaville. He has been a sapeur for 35 years and his elaborate outfits bring joy to himself and his community. Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. La Sape, an abbreviation of Société des Ambianceurs et des Personnes Élégantes (“Society of Ambiance-Makers and Elegant People”), is a subculture centered on the cities of Kinshasa and Brazzaville in the DRC and Republic of Congo. Someone who follows La Sape is known as a Sapeur.
Kazakh Ranger in the Sandstorm on the Singing sand dune, National Park Altyn-Emel, Kazakhstan Sandstorm like this was once-twice in a year.
The Kowloon Walled City was the densest place on Earth. Hundreds of houses stacked on top of each other enclosed in the center of the structure. Many didn’t have access to open space.This notorious city was finally demolished in 1990s. However, if you look hard enough, you will notice that the city is not dead. Part of it still exists in many of current high density housing apartments. I hope this series can get people to think about claustrophobic living in Hong Kong from a new perspective.
This leopard was eating the carcass of a Wildebeest, while we were watching and shooting it from close range. Suddenly, a hyena appeared and it started annoying the leopard with its characteristic laughter and pacing. The big cat would not give up its prey easily: in a threatening posture it flashed its fangs and huffed to prove the intruder that he was much stronger. This seemed to work until the hyena was joined by another one and then another one. Finally, the three of them outnumbered the le
AAL OKAB SCHOOL , SAADA CITY, YEMEN. APRIL 24 2017. A student at the Aal Okab school stands in the ruins of one of his former classrooms, which was destroyed during the conflict in June 2015. Over 1700 schools have been closed since the conflict began in 2015, with some 2 million children now not receieving a formal education.
A severe thunderstorm rages across the plains of western Nebraska producing large hail and damaging winds.
Rapa das Bestas is the name of an operation that involves cutting the manes of the wild horses who live free at the mountains in a semi-feral state and that are performed in the curros (enclosed which retain the horses) held in various locations in Galicia (Spain). Those horses live in mountains owned by the villages (a form of property derived from the Suevi, around 8th century) and have several owners.
Syria, January 2017 – Large parts of Homs are completely destroyed. Nevertheless, some residents come back and try to rebuild their homes. Three quarters of Homs consists of ruins. Taxi drives through ruins.