Winners: Monochromatic 2022

We are honored to present 100 amazing photographers as the winners and finalists of the 2022 Monochromatic awards. According to the criteria of our jury, which has judged all the images from four basic factors: Technique, impact, composition and style.

We are honored to present 100 amazing photographers as the winners and finalists of the 2022 Monochromatic awards.

According to the criteria of our jury, which has judged all the images from four basic factors: Technique, impact, composition and style.

All these images will be published in the book “Monochromatic – Best photographs of 2022” which was published next September. Each photograph will be presented with the name and contact links of the author. This book is designed for international expansion and search for the best opportunities for selected photographers.

 

 

WINNERS

MONOCHROMATIC 2022

1st PLACE WINNER   |   Ian Pettigrew (CA)

2nd PLACE WINNER   |  Elina Immonen (SE)

3rd PLACE WINNER   |  Svetlin Yosifov (BG)

HONORABLE MENTION   |  Alain Schroeder (BE)

HONORABLE MENTION   |  Lídia Vives (ES)

 

 

 

 

FINALISTS

MONOCHROMATIC 2022


Jose Girl (US)

Joseph Patronite (US)

Joxe Inazio Kuesta Garmendia (ES)

Kip Harris (CA)

Klaus Lenzen (DE)

Maya Sennin (JP)

Michael Potts (US)

Michael SEIF (US)

Michiko Ôtomo (CA)

Mohammed Arfan Asif (AE)

Natalia Serzhanova (IT)

Nathan Wirth (US)

Nektarios Nerris Markogiannis (US)

Oleg Kem (DE)

Patrick Borie Duclaud (FR)

Peter Eleveld (NL)

Peter Zarkob (ES)

Peyman Naderi (US)

Retter Silvana (DE)

Ricardas Jarmalavicius (LT)

Marc Apers (BE)

Marcel van Balken (NL)

Marco Barbera (ES)

Marco Marcone (IT)

Marie Claude Drole (CA)

Mark Taylor (IE)

Marlene Hrubesch (DE)

Joseph O’Neill (US)

Trevor Cole (IE)

Vladimir Borzykin (LT)

Xu Jian (CN)

Alain Schroeder (BE)

Zdenek Vosicky (CZ)

Alberto Martínez Bracero (ES)

Alessandro Celante (BR)

Alexej Sachov (UA)

Alex Sher (US)

Alex Silver (US)

Anna ORA (FR)

Ana Robles (AR)

Ari Jaaksi (US)

Beatrix Jourdan (SN)

Becker Emmanuelle (FR)

Benjamin Scharf (DE)

Benoit Remillard (CA)

Bob Avakian (US)


Susanne Middelberg (NL)

Ricardas Jarmalavicius (LT)

Richard Baldwin (US)

Ron Cooper (US)

Ron Cooper (US)

Salem McBunny (MX)

Samuel Morand (FR)

Sarah Hadley (US)

Shigeki Yoshdia (US)

Shin Woo Ryu (KR)

Stefan Neagu (RO)

Marja Schwartz (DE)

Steffen Ebert (DE)

Steff Gruber (CH)

Susanne Middelberg (NL)

Terence Bogue (AU)

Trevor Cole (IE)

Christos Kyriazis (GR)

Claude Beller (US)

Cote Baeza (CL)

Dai Nakamura (JP)

Dai Nakamura (JP)

Dale M Reid (CA)

Donna Garcia (US)

Eduardo Almeida Pérez (ES)

Eric Kunsman (US)

Eric Kunsman (US)

Fenqiang Liu (US)

Florian Dorfstetter (AT)

Gerald Saldo (US)

Grace Pui Wan Ho (MY)

Graeme Purdy (GB)

Hal Gage (US)

Hans Martin Dölz (DE)

Hardijanto Budiman (ID)

Jakob Eckstein (DE)

Marja Schwartz (DE)

janez vlachy (SI)

Jason Au (HK)

John Martin (US)

Krisztina Racz (HU)

Leanne Trivett-S. (US)

Leanne Trivett-S. (US)

Lex Lucas (AU)

Li Han (CN)

Liu Shuchuan (JP)

Lothar Noeth (DE)

Casey LeClair (US)

Cassiopeia Yager (US)


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