Here are the 25 winning photos AAP Street Photography contest “AAP Magazine #36: Street”. Hailing from 14 different countries across 5 continents, these individuals have showcased their remarkable talent.
The chosen street images convey profound messages about existence, forging connections with viewers and evoking deep emotions. The wealth of exceptional submissions exceeded our expectations, reflecting a rich tapestry of perspectives.
These selected images mirror the diverse backgrounds and unique approaches of the photographers to street photography. The twenty-five winners exhibit a myriad of talents, showcasing a keen eye for detail, light, and composition. Through their adept capture of decisive moments, they beckon us to join them on their photographic journeys, inviting us to observe human behavior with genuine curiosity.
Selecting the winners proved to be a challenging task, given the abundance of incredible shots from around the world. Nevertheless, we wholeheartedly believe that this curated selection will serve as the inspiration you’ve been seeking for capturing creative and captivating stolen moments.
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#1. First Place Winner – $500 Cash Prize: Toby Binder, Germany
Belfast, Shankill. Girls sitting on the sidewalk of Tennent Street.
#2. Second Place Winner – $300 Cash Prize: Julia Dean, United States
#3. Third Place Winner – $200 Cash Prize: Brice Gelot, France
From my series “Straight out the hood” Mexican gang member posing with his gold AK47. I believe that images can be a powerful tool for social change and can facilitate important conversations about the most pressing issues of our time and raise awareness, educate, promote intercultural dialogue by highlighting the differences between the cultures and lifestyles of disadvantaged neighborhoods and other communities.