Winners: Nude Photography Awards

We are honored to present 100 amazing photographers as the winners and finalists of the Nude Photography 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 Nude Photography 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 “Nude- Best Photographs” that will be published this February. 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

NUDE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

1st PLACE WINNER   |  Mati Gelman

2nd PLACE WINNER   |  Ray Fritz

3rd PLACE WINNER   |  Susanne Middelberg

HONORABLE MENTION  |  Anna Volpi

HONORABLE MENTION  |  Ivan Horvat

 

 

 

 

BEST IMAGES

NUDE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS


Catherine Falls

Cris Sial

Daniel Haeker

Eric Brunelle

Hoi Kisyu

Kevin Bacher

Laurent Ringeval

Mati Gelman

Atle Sveen


Michael SEIF

Pierre Burnaugh

Ray Fritz

Salem McBunny

Susanne Middelberg

Terence Bogue

Theo Decker

Alex Sher

Alexandru Crisan

Mark Haskins


Lucrece Hamon

 

 

FINALISTS

NUDE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS


Ivan Horvat

Joelle Tschui

Joelle Tschui

Johan Letellier

Jose Ramon Montes

Joseph O’Neill

Karine Coll

Kevin Bacher

Kristian Liebrand

Laura Dalette

Leon Saperstein

Lorenzo Capunata

Marcin Glabus

Margaux Chopinet Gary

Maria Safarewicz

Mark Harris

Mark Haskins

Michael SEIF

Michael Potts

Michel Petit

Ovi D Pop

Paola Francesca Barone

Paul Kroh

Pekka Innanen

Peter Hickson

Peter van Stralen

Petetr Gedeon

Pieter de Koninck

Ricardo de Vicq de Cumptich

Richard Maxim

Rodrigo Izquierdo

Salvador Guillermo Godínez Rincón

Sander Vos

Shavit Vos

Cassiopeia Yager

Simona Caprioli

Stefan Neagu


Suzette Dushi

Suzette Dushi

Tammy Bar

Terence Thorpe

Vincenzo Pipitone

Sander Vos

Wika Wojcikiewicz

Zuzana Zońová

Alessandro Spedito

Alex Sher

Alexander Chaldryan

Alexandre Ghestem

Alexandru Crisan

Andreas Ierides

Andreas Theologitis

Andreas Theologitis

Andris Apsenieks

Anita Petra Hamremoen

Atle Sveen

Bart van Lier

Bastien Giraud

Beyti Barbaros

Brian Cann

Cris Sial

Dan McCormack

Daniel Haeker

Daniel Haeker

Dejan Mijović

Eduardo Dieguez San Bernardo

Heiko Römisch

Gaspar Marquez

Gabor Kokeny

Gabor Kokeny

Fredericka Foster

Eric Du Bellay

Eric Brunelle

Eduardo Dieguez San Bernardo

Stéphanie Chotia


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