Winners Travel Photographer of the Year 2014
• Winners Travel Photographer of the Year 2014
Travel Photographer of the Year in 2014 - one of the most prestigious competitions for the title of the best photographer of the year traveling - summed up the results of 2014. We already know the winners and want to share with you the best photos photographers travelers.
This year, the title of "photographer-traveler in 2014" and the first prize of £ 2,500 was Philip Lee Harvey, who is working with National Geographic, for a series of images carved in churches cliff in Ethiopia and Namibia, as well as the portrait of a woman of the Himba tribe.
Philip Lee Harvey - a well-known professional photographer who shoots for BBC Lonely Planet Magazine, National Geographic Traveler, The Independent, The Sunday Telegraph, Condé Nast Traveller, Tatler, Vanity Fair and Volvo Magazine. According to the jury, Harvey presented a unique and fresh subjects in their photos.
Peter Trybalski from Poland won in the category "Travel - the spirit of adventure."
Peter Trybalski was awarded for photos of "Roadtripping" series. Since 2013, Peter takes cyclists endearing tracks in the most beautiful parts of the world (these photos were taken in Norway).
Jakub Rybicki, another Pole, which won the jury Travel Photographer of the Year 2014 for the best single photo in the portfolio - earth, air, fire, water. This picture was taken during a bike ride on the frozen Lake Baikal. "This for me is the most amazing place in the world" - said Jakub Rybicki.
18-year-old Georgia Mulholland from Australia won in the category "Destination" among photographers aged 15 to 18 years. The picture was taken on Mykonos - Greek island in the Aegean Sea.
According to the jury, Georgia Mulholland made a mature and thoughtful photographs that create a consistent photo story.
Mulholland "finds its perfect and mature pictures shows details in a complex lighting, requiring great skill of the photographer."
The award in the category "Destination" for young photographers (15-18 years) received a 16-year-old Englishman, George Warr.
George Warr made a series of stunning portraits.
For the best single photo (tribes) Timothy Allen received the award from the UK.
The best young photographer-traveler in 2014 was the 17-year-old Samuel Fish of the United States. The jury was impressed by his series of photographs of Burano - one of the islands in the Venetian lagoon.
According to the jury, the young photographer was able to capture the elegant and unconventional objects in his photographs and avoid the usual cliches, representing picturesque Venice in the photos as a city of canals.
In the category of "Destination" among photographers under the age of 14 years, he won the 12-year-old Michael Theodric from Indonesia. According to the jury, the work of Michael "wonderful Cereal" for his age.
It is very rare that a young man so well with the light and so good at handling difficult black and white photograph. "There is nothing surprising in the fact that Michael is planning to make a career in photography" - prokommenitirovali organizers of the competition.
Nick Ng Yeow Kee from Malaysia won in the category "People and culture - tribes."
Also in the category in the category "People and Culture" photo Nikosa Vavdinoudisa from Greece was marked.
Appreciation of the jury got pictures of Australian Tim Barker Gerard.
The second place among photographers under 14 years of age received Will Jenkins - 11-year-old boy from the UK.