It’s becoming a bit of cliché for us, but we really do see some stunning photographs uploaded to CoinaPhoto every day, and our latest ‘Structures’ competition is no exception. After nearly 600 shots being submitted, and several heated debates in the office, we’ve finally decided on a shortlist of our 10 favourite photos for this month’s CoinaPhoto photography competition.
Have a scroll down below to see if your photograph made the cut. If it did, massive congratulations and good luck on rallying some votes in the next round. If it didn’t, never fear, another competition is just around the corner but in the mean time make sure you vote on your favourite of the finalists below.
Many thanks to all of those who entered; we really do love seeing how our global photography community rise to the challenge of the topics we choose. From some of the world’s most iconic landmarks and hidden treasures to urban jungles and remote habitats we’ve been inundated with photographs proving that man-made structure can certainly give Mother Nature a run for it’s aesthetic beauty.
The winners of our ‘Structures’ competition will receive a share of our $1,000 prize pool with the first prize being a $500 gift voucher and two runners up taking home $300 and $200 gift vouchers respectively.
Don’t forget your vote matters!
We’ll be announcing the winner and runners up on Friday 17th April. As always, we’ll be taking into consideration the total number of votes your photo receives as well as the subjective decisions of our judging panel who’ll have a say on the final verdict.
So it’s time to get voting. Login (or sign up) to choose your favourite photograph. To vote simply visit the ‘Structures Finalists’ category in the Public Library here and rate your favourite photos using the 1 to 5 star rating system. For those of you who prefer to keep things mobile, you can always use our iOS app to cast your vote. Just pop over to the App Store and download it – it’s great for uploading your photos on the move.
Our next photography challenge will be on the way very soon, so don’t worry if you missed out on taking a slot in our top 10 shortlisted finalists! To keep up to date with all of our latest news and competitions make sure you pop back and if you’re not already, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Instagram.
Good luck and get voting.
Ioana Feraru - Our last day as children
Helena Georgiou - Paris architecture
Hendi Syarifuddin - Planes in between skyscrapers
Eduard Gorobets - Lights of Tallinn
Andrew Critchell - Moorhouse, London
Froi Riviera - Sisiman light house
Sudirmanto Muchtar - Pedestrian Bridge
Jess Horst - Awestruck in Amalfi:
Alex Baxter - Lisbon arches
Nishant Bhaskar - Humayun’s Tomb: