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Conoce las fotografías ganadoras de los ‘’Travel Photographer Of the Year Awards 2018’’

Conoce las fotografías ganadoras de los ‘’Travel Photographer Of the Year Awards 2018’’

Hoy en la sección de ''Fotografía'' que Cultural Televisión prepara para ti mensualmente, te traemos las fotografías ganadoras de los TPOTY. Para aquellos que no conozcan, es el concurso de ‘’Travel Photographer Of the Year Awards 2018’’, se trata de una oportunidad maravillosa que se da a todos aquellos fotógrafos tanto profesionales como amateurs de dar a conocer sus trabajos y mostrar al mundo los lugares, las culturas, la naturaleza y todos aquellos instantes que hayan capturado al rededor de nuestro planeta.

 

Este año más de 20.000 fotografías han sido enviadas de todos los rincones del mundo. El instante y el talento están en cualquier parte y cuando da la bella casualidad de que ambos se cruzan se reflejan en imágenes como las que queremos mostraros a continuación.

 

Este año 2018 el jurado se encontró con una dificultad extrema cuando nombraron como ganadora a la fotografía de Stefano Pensotti, un fotógrafo italiano que se hizo con el máximo galardón por su impresionante cartera de ocho fotografías. Su trabajo en varios continentes nos deja ver a los ciudadanos más comunes y corrientes en su entorno, ya sea una niña de Myanmar que se detiene en un templo de camino a la escuela o la gente de Budapest disfrutando del tiempo en los baños. Pensotti es el primer italiano en recibir el premio mundial desde que TPOTY dió comienzo en 2003. 

 

Las categorías de premios también abren su puerta a aquellos que sean menores de 18 años. TPOTY tiene tres categorías para aquellos más jóvenes, como Isabella Smith que con solo 14 años de edad ganó el título de Joven fotógrafa de viajes por las fotografías tomadas en Marruecos.

 

Más de 150 imágenes únicas recibieron reconocimientos, y las fotografías ganadoras se mostrarán en la primavera de 2019 en Londres, así como en las exposiciones internacionales de TPOTY.

 

Omo Valley, Ethiopia South Ethiopia, Arbore village. Matjaz Krivic, Slovenia. Winner, Travel Portfolio. “Onno, a teenage girl from the Arbore tribe.” (Photo: Matjaz Krivic/www.tpoty.com)

 

Chefchaouen, Morocco. Isabella Smith (age 14), USA. Winner, Young Travel Photographer of the Year 2018. “This really grabbed my attention! I thought this local boy using oranges as balls, was the opposite of kids in my country playing with expensive toys.” (Photo: Isabella Smith/www.tpoty.com)

 

Kibish, Ethiopia. Danny Yen Sin Wong, Malaysia. Winner, Best Single Image in a Portfolio, Faces, People, Cultures.”A boy stands among the copper bracelets worn by the Suri women.” (Photo: Danny Yen Sin Wong/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Niger River, Mali, West Africa. Philip Lee Harvey, UK. Winner, Best Single Images in a Travel Portfolio. “Sand divers freedive down to the bottom of the Niger river to collect sand for the building industry. It’s an extremely dangerous job from which many don’t return.” (Photo: Philip Lee Harvey/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Marinka Masséus, Netherlands. Winner, Faces, People, Cultures Portfolio. “Albinism is more common in sub- Saharan Africa than in other parts of the world. Education about the disorder is needed to break through centuries of superstitions, especially in rural areas.” (Photo: Marinka Masséus/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Bemaraha NP, Madagascar. Marsel van Oosten, Netherlands. Special Mention, Travel. “The Grand Tsingys are a rare geological phenomena. The rocks are razor sharp. I climbed up during the night to be able to photograph this climber in the early morning.” (Photo: Marsel van Oosten/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Fuego volcano, near Antigua city, Guatemala. Florent Mamelle, France. Winner, Best Single Images in a Natural World Portfolio. “This picture of the Fuego volcano was taken from the summit of the Acatenango volcano. At 4000m, the sky was extremely clear and the Milky Way was in the upper left corner.” (Photo: Florent Mamelle/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Shaanxi, China. Marsel van Oosten, Netherlands. Highly Commended, Natural World. “Endangered gold: The Qinling golden snub- nosed monkey is listed as Endangered by the IUCN as only some 3,800 individuals still exist. Most people have never seen these creatures.” (Photo: Marsel van Oosten/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Kaikoura, New Zealand. Scott Portelli, Australia. Commended, Tranquillity Single Image Category. “Dusky Dolphins travel together in great numbers in the deep canyons of the Kaikoura in search of food.” (Photo: Scott Portelli/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Kapalana, Hawaii, USA. Stephen King, Hong Kong. Commended, Hot/Cold Single Image Category. “Lava from the Kilauea Volcano flows into the ocean.” (Photo: Stephen King/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Gannan, China. He Jian, China. Winner, Hot/Cold Single Image Category. “The local people who walked on the pilgrimage road were pious and pure.” (Photo: He Jian/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Svalbard, Norway. Roie Galitz, Israel. Special Mention, Natural World. “A mother Polar bear and her two young cubs are migrating north, as the sea ice melts quicker than previous years.” (Photo: Roie Galitz/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Mantadia National Park, Madagascar. Ignacio Palacios, Spain/Australia. Commended, Natural World. Chameleon colors. (Photo: Ignacio Palacios/www.tpoty.com)

 

Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. Tariq Zaidi, UK. Highly Commended, Faces, People, Cultures Portfolio. “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.” (Photo: Tariq Zaidi/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Gazipur, Bangladesh. Mauro di Bettio, Italy. Commended, Travel Portfolio. “Taj and Akash travel every day from station to station with their mother, begging to make a living.” (Photo: Mauro di Bettio/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Sutiya Khali, Sadar, Bangladesh. Fardin Oyan (Age 16), Bangladesh. Winner, Young TPOTY 15-18. “These children, who came to bathe in the river, were very friendly. One of them went to take a bath on the river and the other one followed by rushing towards his mate; at that moment, I took the photo.” (Photo: Fardin Oyan/www.tpoty.com) 

 

Civitanova, Italy. Josien van Geffen, Netherlands. Commended, Smart Short Single Image Category. “This photo was taken on a stormy day when a father threw a towel toward his son to see how hard the wind was blowing.” (Photo: Josien van Geffen/www.tpoty.com

08-03-2019 | 12:00 | Fuente: Cultural Televisión