Local photographer honoured at EPSON Int’l Pano Awards
A photograph featuring Phu My bridge, the highest bridge in Ho Chi Minh City, has been listed among the Top 50 in the Built Environment / Architecture category of the Open Award’s at the EPSON International Pano Awards 2020.
Vietnamese photographer Nguyen Tan Tuan is among the 50 finalists in the Built Environment/ Architecture category of the Open Award. The photo depicts Phu My bridge, a structure that connects District 2 to District 7 with a length of 2,031 metres, a width of 27.5 metres, and a height of 162.5 metres. Awards organisers have received thousands of entries from 96 countries worldwide, with awards divided into different categories such as open, amateur, and digital art. Matt Jackisch of Canada claims the open photographer of the year. Mine Waste of Western Australia leads the way in the Open Award’s Built Environment/ Architecture category. Juan Lopez Ruiz of Spain is the winner of the 2020 Major Amateur category. His photo with the theme of “Light and Dark on the Towers” features the Cuatro Torres financial complex in Madrid, Spain. The image finishes first in the Amateur Award’s Built Environment/ Architecture category. A photo taken in Chandelier Cave in Palau by Oleg Gaponyuk of Russia is the winner of the 2020 VR/ 360 award. A photo titled “Dragon Eye” snapped in Iceland by author Manish Mamtani of the United States claims the EPSON Digital Art prize. A photo showcasing the Patagonia Peaks in Argentina by US photographer Tyler Light takes the 2020 One of A Kind award. Carlos F Turienzo of Spain leads in the Amateur Award’s Landscape / Nature category. In total, the awards are worth up to US$40,000, with each of the winners’ work set to be exhibited in Sydney, Australia, in November. VOV Photos: EPSON International Pano Awards