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IPF Portrait Prize 2018, open to photographers from across India, is now accepting entries.
Now in it's second year, the competition is offering prizes of up to Rs. 50,000 along with a range of photography accessories and equipment to be won.

Last date for submitting entries is 30 July 2018. Submit your entries at www.indianphotofest.com #ipfportraitprize #portraitprize #ipf2018 #indianphotofest #opencall

Picture shot by- Nilargha Chatterjee

Here are all the winners of the Wildlife India Photography Awards 2018:
1. Winner of the Open Category - Mandar Ghumare, Badlapur.

2. Runner up of the Open Category - Viraj Ghaisas, Badlapur.
3. Emerging Photographer of the Year - Sarang Naik, Mumbai.
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The Emerging Photographer of the Year Award was only open to photographers aged 28 or younger. The winners for the contest have been announced in the July issue of the magazine.

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Here are the top entries for this category in WIPA 2018:

1. Pratik Pradhan, Mumbai.
2. Satpal Singh, Lakhimpur Kheri.
3. Aditya Gattani, Bengaluru.
4. Suvadip Mondal, Durgapur.
5. Mandar Ghumare, Badlapur.
6. Agasthya Kartikeyan, Coimbatore.
7. Agniswar Ghoshal, Bolpur.
8. Pranav Vaghashiya, Junagadh.
9. Sarang Naik, Mumbai.

The Wildlife India Photography Awards was established to recognise and honour talent in wildlife photography from across the country. The winners have been announced in the July issue of the magazine.

Follow the link to read more: https://bit.ly/2J354OK

Here are the top entries for the Open category of WIPA 2018:

1. Viraj Ghaisas, Badlapur.
2. Indranil Mallick, Pune.
3. Nirav Mehta, Rajkot.
4. Mandar Ghumare, Badlapur.
5. Samruddha Patil, Navi Mumbai.
6. Ripan Biswas, Cooch Behar.
7. Prajwal Manjunath, Bengaluru.
8. Dipak Mandlik, Badlapur.

IPF Portrait Prize 2018, open to photographers from across India, is now accepting entries.
Now in it's second year, the competition is offering prizes of up to Rs. 50,000 along with a range of photography accessories and equipment to be won.

Last date for submitting entries is 30 July 2018. Submit your entries at www.indianphotofest.com #ipfportraitprize #portraitprize #ipf2018 #indianphotofest #opencall

Picture shot by- Sandip Bose

The 2nd edition of the IPF Portrait Prize 2018 is now accepting entries. The competition is open to photographers from across India.
Cash prizes up to Rs. 50,000 are up for grabs, as well as a range of photography accessories from brands like Pixpa, Blackforest, Profoto, Manfrotto, amongst others.

Last date for submissions is 30th July 2018. You can submit your entries to www.indianphotofest.com
#ipfportraitprize #portraitprize #ipf2018 #indianphotofest #opencall

Picture shot by: Indranil Aditya

What you capture is beyond faces and views. You capture vibes and emotions. Make them come alive with HP Indigo’s new Vivid Pink and Vivid Green Inks.
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IPF Portrait Prize 2018, open to photographers from across India, is now accepting entries.
Now in it's second year, the competition is offering prizes of up to Rs. 50,000 along with a range of photography accessories and equipment to be won.

Last date for submitting entries is 30 July 2018. Submit your entries at www.indianphotofest.com #ipfportraitprize #portraitprize #ipf2018 #indianphotofest #opencall

Picture shot by- Debadyuti Saha

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Today, a lot of the imagery that we see on social media caters to a certain visual aesthetic. We look at these photographs for inspiration, and then replicate them. No wonder some of these pictures become ‘trendy’. But what many of us don’t realise is that while chasing this idea of perfection, we are in fact creating and catering to a large market of duplicates. Is this what we want our photographs to be? Conchita Fernandes uses the OnePlus 6 to capture a fleeting aspect of a subject's personality.
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