The Stunning Winning Images of AAP Magazine 13 Shapes

We’re delighted to reveal the names of the 25 talented photographers who won AAP Magazine #13: Shapes

For this 13th edition of AAP Magazine, we were looking for submissions of works of art that explore composition and form as a fundamental aspect of the photographic aesthetic, be it pure visual formalism or in support of a thematic objective.

We chose twenty-five photographers (from 11 different countries) for their different approach to the idea of Shapes. Their work is diverse: documentary, architecture, nudes, still life, abstractions… and use different techniques & perspectives but each one showcases a unique point of view.

Selecting the winners was certainly not an easy task, but in the end we hope you will all enjoy this collection of photographs.

The Winner of AAP Magazine 13 Shapes is JP Terlizzi with his project The Good Dishes

Marchesa Camellia with Rhubarb © JP Terlizzi

The Second Place Winner is Wendel Wirth (USA) with her series This is the Place

© Wendel Wirth

Wood III, In the winter months, the muted horizon parades elemental forms; barns and grain elevators, cow houses, cowsheds, granges as they have been called.

The Third Place Winner is Klaus Lenzen (Belgium) with his series Architecture Minimal

© Klaus Lenzen

Architecture minimal I, The photo shows the contours of a cooking plant, seen in Duisburg in the Ruhr area in the western part of Germany

Merit Gallery
Maureen Ruddy Burkhart (USA)

© Maureen Ruddy Burkhart

Allium Study #8, From my series: Allium Study, wild onions and garlic gathered from my walks during lockdown

Zak van Biljon (Switzerland)

© Zak van Biljon

Kalakwa 5, Color Infrared image — Namibia from the series Modernising Nature

Hyun De Grande (Belgium)

Attendre dans l’espace de rien © Hyun De Grande

Hans Wichmann (Germany)

© Hans Wichmann

City Waves, Skyscraper in Vienna / Austria. Photographed upwards with light from the side. Edited with hard contrasts in Photoshop. The sky was photographed separately and then inserted.

Steven Raskin (USA)

Eye on the Prize from the Hover series © Steven Raskin

Fabrizio Spucches (Italy)

© Fabrizio Spucches

From the series Working Class Virus, Under the umbrella of Corona Virus, current matters such as integration, global warming, conspiracy theory, ecology are depicted through a series of portraits.

Discover all the winners here: https://www.all-about-photo.com/photo-articles/photo-article/822/the-stunning-winning-images-of-aap-magazine-13-shapes

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