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WINNER OF OUR #BLANCONEGRO CHALLENGE

The winner of the Blanco Negro Challenge is Picardo Photography! This magnificent photograph captures the beauty of Japanese culture on the streets. These women have umbrellas blocking themselves from the harsh sun and the lightning that is portrayed against the rims of the umbrellas is wonderful to work. It gives the photograph depth that makes…

The winner of the Blanco Negro Challenge is Picardo Photography! This magnificent photograph captures the beauty of Japanese culture on the streets. These women have umbrellas blocking themselves from the harsh sun and the lightning that is portrayed against the rims of the umbrellas is wonderful to work. It gives the photograph depth that makes it unique to competing photos. The two people portrayed here give an ‘unbalanced symmetry’ to the photo that is complemented by the black&white. Wonderful job!

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Curious about the other entries?

But first, you might want to check out our Challenges page. There you can find new and old competitions, inspiration and also see the entries people submitted.

Our favourite picks:

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43514851681_f7a6fc0f79_oGabriel Bravo

WE WANT TO SAY THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO JOINED OUR #BLANCONEGRO CHALLENGE!

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  • Do you agree with my views? Let me know any experiences you have had studying or not studying at university and how that has affected your photography!
    Tracey, Lobster

  • Derek T. Rowswell

    Photography, i believe does come from within. attending a course and studying anything does expose the student to facts and field they may never ave dreamed of so, yes study. you cannot use and better what you have not experienced. so yes, study and broaden your knowledge and outlook on the subject of your choice; in this case Photography.

    • Definitely agree Derek, studying is such an important way to better yourself and broaden your knowledge. Do you believe only formal education can teach you things you have not yet experienced though?
      – Tracey