Smithsonian Photo Contest’s finalists

Smithsonian is a monthly magazine with diverse interests, as the arts, history, sciences or even popular culture. This periodical, which is focused on our changing world, organizes every year an international photo contest called “Smithsonian Photo Contest”. Finalists are now officially knew and here is our own selection among these talented photographers.

Regarding the main figures of the contest, 26 500 pictures were presented, from professionals photographers, but also from amateurs coming from 93 different countries. The several categories offered, as Natural World, Travel, People, Americana, Altered Images and Mobile, makes everybody happy!

To see the complete list of finalists, go to www.smithsonianmag.com.

Sudipta Dutta Chowdhury - India west Bengal -  smithsonian photo contest © Sudipta Dutta Chowdhury – India Hoang Long Ly - Vietnam - smithsonian photo contest © Hoang Long Ly – Vietnam Jefflin Ling - Malaysia - smithsonian photo contest © Jefflin Ling – Malaysia Matjaz Krivic - Arbore tribe - smithsonian photo contest © Matjaz Krivic – EthiopiaKristhian Castro - South American Camelids - smithsonian photo contest © Kristhian Castro – South America Kuntal Kumar Roy - India - smithsonian photo contest © Kuntal Kumar Roy – India Matjaz Krivic - Burkina Faso - smithsonian photo contest © Matjaz Krivic – Burkina Faso Sergio Carbajo Rodriguez - Myanmar -  smithsonian photo contest © Sergio Carbajo Rodriguez – Myanmar Anthony Smith - smithsonian photo contest © Anthony Smith – South GeorgyBhaskar Sur - India -  smithsonian photo contest © Bhaskar Sur – India David Navais - Omo Valley Ethiopia - smithsonian photo contest © David Navais – Ethiopia Hakan Yayla - Izmir Turkey - smithsonian photo contest
© Hakan Yayla – Turkey

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