According tomedia New Atlas, the 2020 Creative Photo Awards focus on quirky and experimental works, aiming to lead new trends and reward visionary artists. This year’s winners are no exception, bringing some truly spectacular artwork. The Creative Photography Awards is a smaller competition organized by the same team that manages the annual Siena International Photography Awards. The goal of the competition is to reward extreme experiments, for which no rule scant the photographer’s digital processing of images.
“In this competition, everyone is free to use any technology,” the match description states. “Only the final effect is the most important. We break all the rules and we want you to join us in breaking the rules and creating new artistic trends. “
Indonesian photographer Hardijanto Budiman won the annual title for his creative work of the year, with more than 24,000 entries in 16 categories. His award-winning work, called “Ping-Pong Training,” injects sci-fi into his favorite sport, while Budiman’s other was runner-up in the animal/pet category with a stand-off between two cats.
Other highlights include the architectural award-winning work of Bangladeshi photographer Mohammed Shajahan, which showcases the intensity of local living areas during the COVID-19 blockade; a prank-style food game for common high-altitude drone shootings; and a funny shot called “Scaredy Cat” that uses the fear of rats to jump on to chairs.
Here are some of the winning pieces from this creative photo contest: