A focus on our favourite moments you’ve captured and shared
Masters of Photography: Master Class
With only a week to go until entries close to our Masters of Photography Master Class competition we take a look at some of the favourite moments you’ve captured and shared with us. From the fish and meat market in Athens to the lights of Time Square we’ve received an inspiring collection of images that truly capture the character and heart of the beautiful cities around the world.
In a stunning shot taken in Fangyuan, a rural township in Taiwan, Raymond Wu captured ‘Back Home’ an image depicting the moment the sun set over the oyster farming field as locals make their way back home. What a beautiful journey home, wouldn’t you agree? How does it compare to your commute?
Marilyn A. Pambid shared an image of her 94-year old grandmother in a photograph entitled ‘A Simple Life’. Seen here in a shack made of bamboo poles and dry palm in Ilocos Norte, Philippines, Marilyn said: “My 94-year old grandmother is unfazed by the absence of modern conveniences. She is contented with the uncomplicated life she leads.”
Using his Leica Camera, Michel Chernitzky captured ‘Little Ripper’ mid-air on Venice Beach, Los Angeles. Capturing the last rays of light while practising, Michael brings the skater’s passion to the forefront and describes his image as a demonstration of “talent, hard work and persistence”.
Continue on your photographic journey around the world and discover more of the inspiring images captured for our Masters of Photography Master Class competition here. We’ve shared some of our favourites so why not find yours? You have until 24 March to cast your vote.
Or if you’re feeling inspired and think you can capture your homeland, grab your camera and start snapping and sharing, you have until the 6 March to submit your entries. To find out more visit: www.themastersofphotography.com/competition