Here are the most beautiful portraits of 2022 - Western France Evening Edition

Here are the most beautiful portraits of 2022 – Western France Evening Edition

The 2022 International Portrait Photographer of the Year competition has revealed its list of the most beautiful pictures of 2022. The first prize was awarded to Thai Jatenipat Ketpradit for his portrait of a Syrian man in Ethiopia. Discover a selection of the most beautiful images.

for its second edition, International Portrait Photographer of the Year She revealed her selection for the most beautiful portraits of the year. The competition is open to amateurs and professionals and is suggested by the photographer Australian Peter Eastway with his publishing house, Pt 78 Pty Ltd. For the 2022 edition, four themes were chosen: a character study, an environmental portrait, a historical portrait and a family portrait.

A total of 101 rounds were selected. Thirteen photos were selected from among them, the first grand prize and three prizes in each category. The winners win $10,000 (9,800 euros) to be divided among themselves. The big winner wins $3,000 (€2945), the first prizes total $1,000 (€980) each, the second $500 (490€) and the third $250 ($245). In addition to this money, they receive a hard copy of the award book.

The first grand prize was awarded to Thai Jatenipat Ketpradit, a ten year professional photographer and director of an interior design firm. These four images were chosen, representing the way of life of a Syrian people, in Ethiopia. ” They are among the most inaccessible tribes in Ethiopia because they live in the mountains and it is difficult to approach them when you come from the outside world”said the photographer. The top photo shows a man from this tribe, flanked by his two sons and holding an AK-47 firearm. This is what the photographer wanted “Siraq represents the way of life of a Syrian people.”.

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Grand Prize Choice

This image is part of the grand prize selection, which was won by Thai photographer Jatinipat Ketpradet. (Photo: Jatnipat Ketpradet/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Syrian people in Ethiopia are among the most difficult to approach. (Photo: Jatnipat Ketpradet/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Photographer Jatenipat Ketpradit said he spends a lot of time with remote tribes. (Photo: Jatnipat Ketpradet/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Pictures “Personality Study”

Britain’s Jay Bellingham wins first prize in the “Personality Study” category. (Photo: Jay Bellingham/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Australian Peter Rossi came second in the “Personality Study” category. (Photo: Peter Rossi/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Peter Rossi also won third place in this category. (Photo: Peter Rossi/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

environmental photos

This shot by Brazilian photographer Daniel Tavira won first place in the “Environmental Portrait” category. (Photo: Daniel Tavira/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

This photo won second prize in the “Environmental Photo” category. (Photo: Peter Rossi/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Thanks to this picture, Romanian photographer Ovi D. Pop won the third prize in its category. (Photo: Ovi D. Pop/The International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Family pictures

This shot, by Canadian photographer Stephanie Lachance, is the first in its category. (Photo: Stephanie Lachance/ Selfie Photographer of the Year 2022)

Australian Brian Casey won second prize in the ‘Family Portrait’ category. (Photo: Brian Casey/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Peter Rossi wins third place in this category. (Photo: Peter Rossi/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

historical photos

Australia’s Karen Waller wins first prize in the ‘Picture of History’ category with a shot of a woman looking at a dead baby bird. (Photo: Karen Waller/Best International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Peter Rossi wins the award again. He took second place in the History Portrait category. (Photo: Peter Rossi/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

Chris Anderson, who is based in Brisbane, Australia, came third in his class. (Photo: Chris Anderson/International Portrait Photographer of the Year 2022)

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