Check out PPOTY 2012 finalists Top 20
As I have already written on this blog, April issue of the UK's Professional Photographer magazine brings the finalists of their Professional Photographer of the Year 2012 (PPOTY 2012) competition, but today, the guys & girls at the Professional Photographer magazine headquarter have made another great thing and that's a collection of all top 20 finalists in one place. As they say on their website:
The difficult task of judging the Professional Photographer of The Year competition is done and the winners will soon be announced at our prestigeous awards night. But during the course of the PPOTY 2012 competition we received so many beautiful images that it felt like a missed opportunity not to showcase a broader selection.
Given the high quality of work selected, I am extremely happy to have two of my images in this top 20 selection. So, check out the free digital booklet showcasing the top 20 images in all PPOTY 2012 categories, there is some really stunning work there - happy to say see my two images included!
"Desert caravan", PPOTY 2012 finalist in the Travel category
"Cultivating a culture of peace – The Alfred Fried Photography Award, an exhibition to celebrate the 70th anniversary of UNESCO" group exhibition opens on 31th October 2014 at the UNESCO's Avenue Suffren entrance
Being shortlisted with my Lost in Music project photographs for Alfred Fried Photography Award, was a big recognition for my work, especially since there are so many amazing projects and photographs shortlisted this year, and music photography is often look down upon in the photojournalistic world. Honestly, I really feel very honoured to be in such extinguished club. But, the story goes on!
My music related project gets in top 21 shortlisted projects for a prestigious photo award
Opening at Cankarjev Dom, Ljubljana, 20th February 2014, 8 PM
Group exhibition of Emzin's "Photograph of the Year 2014" finalists and winners to be opened tonight in Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana at 8 PM - happy and proud to have my photos exhibited there too!
My Kate Nash photo performs very well in Practical Photography's image critique section: "this is kind of exciting shot that you'd expect to see in a music magazine", says James Abbott.
Lavishly illustrated book exploring the culture and the story of rock (and pop) in Australia
I'm very happy to see my photograph of Warren Ellis (Dirty Three, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds) on two-page spread in a freshly published book about Australian music scene called "Rock Country"!
I am happy to see that my images taken during my recent hospitalization were published in the recent issue (July 2013) of the British Black & White Photography magazine!
Bodies in Urban Spaces gets into Street Top 20
April issue of the UK's Professional Photographer magazine brings the finalists of their Professional Photographer of the Year 2012 (PPOTY 2012) competition and I'm happy to say that my photograph is one of them!
Part of Top 50 in the Arts & Culture category
My image "Bodies in Urban Spaces" was commended in the Arts & Culture category of this years Sony World Photography Awards, making it in the Top 50 in that category!
February issue of World Photographers Summit (WPS) features an article with my concert photographs taken at various concerts and festivals in the last few years.
Photography group exhibition called "Moje mesto - bodoča evropska prestolnica kulture" ("My town - future European Capital of Culture"), opened yesterday at Univerzitetna knjižnica Maribor in Maribor, Slovenia, exhibiting four of my photographs, with one of them awarded the 2nd place in the competition.
November issue of the UK's Black & White Photography magazine features few of mine photographs from the different festivals I photographed in the summer of 2010.
Jury of the annual International Photography Awards decided on this years finalists and winers: as it happens, they have awarded my project "Lost in music" the 2nd place in "Advertising : Music NON-PRO" category.
Just after slovenian photo magazine Digitalna Kamera featured some of my concert photos, I'm happy to say that the story continues. Latest issue of UK's Practical Photography magazine (April 2011) features...