Winners announced for the 7th Mobile Photography Contest

The 7th Mobile Photography Contest, an international photography contest that fosters mobile photography, has announced the winners, with Kyaw Kyaw Winn of Burma coming on top.

Kyaw Kyaw Winn’s work depicts the silhouette of a child, who is a Buddhist novice in Myanmar, against light in black and white. The jury said it is an impressive photo that conveys an intimate and thought-provoking moment.

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'Black in White'. Photo by Kyaw Kyaw Winn. First Prize

Reviewing hundreds of entries from all over the world, the jury selected 26 winning entries, which included travel, architecture, food and portrait.

Below are the second and third prize winner. For more work, visit http://en.g-photography.net/contest/allcontests/contest_award_37.html

Second Prize:

‘Student’. Photo by Ye Hong


‘Come on!’ Photo by Lei Lei

Third Prize:

‘When Spring Comes’. Photo by Liu Rongqin


‘Ink Bamboo’. Photo by Hong Yuqiao


‘MIA’. Photo by Pier Luigi Dodi


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