The largest international photo contest finalists announced EyeEm 2017
• The largest international photo contest finalists announced EyeEm 2017
Every year, the largest fotosoobschestvo EyeEm receives hundreds of thousands of works of the most talented photographers from around the world. In 2017, 590 000 jobs from 88,000 photos were sent in hopes of getting a premium EyeEm Photography Awards. Photo contest jury carefully selected 100 finalists.
In the period from May to June photographers sent their work in five categories: "Photojournalist", "portraitist", "Architecture", "street photographer" and "Nature".
Reducing the total number of contestants to 100 finalists, the judges of the National Geographic, Refinery29, BBC are now opting for the main prize - a trip on EyeEm Festival in Berlin, the famous photographer in the guides and the latest equipment and a camera.
We chose the 21 best photos of the finalists.
Apart from the main lucky, judges will select five winners in each category - they will receive the new smart phones. Of all 100 finalists will be included in the publication EyeEm and become participants of the exhibition in Berlin. Winners will be announced on September 16 during a ceremony at the festival EyeEm.
Category "Photojournalist". Photo: Linus Guardian Escandor II
"Overflowing Philippine prison. The result of the government war against drug trafficking. "
Photo: Ritesh Shukla
"We Roopesh Kumar Hutchinson-Gilford syndrome (one of the rarest genetic diseases), it weighs a little more than 19 kg and ages eight times faster than the average person. The first symptoms began to appear in early childhood. Most people with the disease live to 13-15 years, but Rupeshu for 21 years. His parents have written to the Prime Minister, asking for help, and still waiting for an answer. "
Photo: Enamul Kabir
"Every year, during the festival in honor of Eid al-Adha, thousands of people are leaving Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh, to spend time with his family. The trains are so crowded that travel is difficult and dangerous. In the photo the father of the child passes through the window, because he can not go. "
Photo: Daren Mauree
"Fire on the ship in the harbor of Mauritius. The fire broke out during welding. The man was trapped on the ship, and choked. "
Photo: Slawomir Olzacki
Category "portraitist". Photo: Uta Lauterbach
Photo: Adeolu Osibodu
Photo: Gilberto Gennero
Photo: Joanna Coates
Category "Nature". Photo: Anthony Castro
Photo: Justin Edward Okoye
Photo: Marc Leppin
Photo: Michael Moeller
Category "street photographer". Photo: Angkul
Photo: Mubariz Khan
Photo: Jatuporn Pateepaparnee
Photo: Maciej Dakowicz
Category "Architecture". Photos: Niko S.
Photo: Claudia Solano
Photo: Jeremy Cheung
Photo: Ezequiel Ferreira