Winners of this year’s Epson International Pano awards have just been announced with Joshua Hermann from the USA taking out the top prize in the Open Category.
‘Eternal Triangle’, one of three entries that led Joshua Hermann from the USA to be announced as the overall winner of the 2021 Open Competition. © Joshua Hermann.
This year’s competition attracted 5,378 entries from 1,245 professional and amateur photographers in 97 countries. The overall winner of the 2021 Amateur Competition was Daniel Trippolt from Austria with his Shining Night, Legendary Peaks and Shining Heart entries.
‘Shining Heart’, one of three entries that secured the 2021 Amateur Competition for Austrianh photographer, Daniel Trippolt. © Daniel Trippolt.
The Epson Digital Art Prize was won by Manuel Enrique González Carmona from Spain for an image of a raft of toxic waste from a copper mine, located in the province of Huelva, Spain, which was captured by aerial shooting. These ephemeral formations will disappear with the next intense rains.
‘Anatomy Lesson’, an aerial shot of toxic waste from a copper mine, which won the Epson Digital Art Prize for Manuel Enrique González Carmona from Spain. © Manuel Enrique González Carmona.
The judging panel for The Epson International Pano awards includes some of the world’s top panoramic photographers and industry professionals. To view all the winning and top image galleries go to: https://thepanoawards.com/2021-winners-gallery.