The Winner of AAP Magazine 19 Shapes is Hsin Ya Lin (Taiwan)
AAP Magazine is delighted to reveal the names of the 25 talented photographers who won AAP Magazine #19: Shapes
For this 19th edition of AAP Magazine, the publishers 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.
In the end they chose twenty-five photographers (from 13 different countries) for their different approach to the theme.
Understanding shape and form is one of the pillars of photography composition, and it can make even the most mundane objects become an object of art in its own right. Geometric, organic, positive or negative, shapes influence the degree of aesthetic beauty perceived when AAP first looks at a photograph.
Long regarded as a simple means of duplicating reality, photography, now offer unlimited possibilities to reject traditional modes of representation and in this new edition of Shapes AAP Magazine received a record number of submissions created by new technologies.
From the series 'Sand Dunes' © Hsin Ya Lin
This group of photograph is about the silhouette of human body that mislead people's eyes to see landscape photographs. The curvy lines and shadows of human body made the view of sand dunes in the time that sun just raised.
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