ArabBucks announces the winners of his international competition

May

6

2017

“One hundred Arab photographers”
Arabpx Photography has announced the winners of its 100th Arab International Award in its second edition, the one that culminated in the publication of the book “One Hundred Arab Photographers” for 2017 following its first book published in 2015.

The book “One Hundred Arab Photographer” is the first Arab book to document the large number of photographers from all over the Arab world. This achievement comes back to the Iraqi photographer Mostafa Hamad, the founder of the Arab Pix website, to provide a great shortage in the Arab library. Arabi.

The exhibition includes works by leading Arab photographers in various aspects of photography. It has been printed in high quality in Germany. 3459 photographers and photographers from 20 Arab countries participated in this year’s competition.

The number of pictures sent 12152 pictures, has been formed a jury of senior photographers Arab and foreign in various axes and specialties to produce and evaluate images and choose the best in a fair and confidential manner.

The results showed that the following photographers won the top three positions for each axis. Women had a good presence if the participation rate was 15%.

It is worth noting that the Arab Bags website for photography was opened in 2013 and has become the largest site in the Arab world, according to statistics on the Internet.

The site contains the largest database of Arab photographers and publishes a photographic magazine in Arabic and English and organizes monthly competitions aimed at promoting the spirit of competition which in turn elevates the level of Arab photography.

It also provides a specialized education portal containing dozens of free photography lessons, in the belief that its management should develop Arab photography art and enrich the Arab electronic content, which lacked this field until not long ago.

Black and white axis:
First place: Ahmed Said Mohammed Thabet – Egypt
Second place: Ibrahim Salman Hussein Al Quneis – Saudi Arabia
Third Place: Omar Ahmed Al Sayed Mohamed Al Sayed Omar – State of Kuwait

People’s Hub:
First place: Hamad Rashid Ali Alghanbousi – Sultanate of Oman
Second place: Raed Ammari – the marginal kingdom of Jordan
Third place: Mohammed Sadah Daham Al-Falluji – Republic of Iraq

Axis of close-up photography:
First place: Mufid Ahmed Abu Shalwa – Saudi Arabia
Second Place: Rashid Saeed Al Masoudi – Sultanate of Oman
Third place: Hazem Zaki Sweidan – Palestine

The axis of silent life:
First place: Mohamed Mustafa Labib – Egypt
Second place: Ali Bader Ali – Republic of Iraq
Third place: Mustafa Alaa Eddin Ezzat – Republic of Iraq

Axis of animals and wildlife
First place: Wahid Abdullah Abdulaziz Al-Fazari – Sultanate of Oman
Second Place: Hamad Rashid Bursali, State of Kuwait
Third Place: Fahd Ali Al – Enezi – State of Kuwait

Nature axis:
First place: Ali Mohammed Al-Suhaibani – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Second place: Majed Al-Kathiri – United Arab Emirates
Third place: Mohammed Hussein Al Omran – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Creative Arts Hub:
First Place: Mahmoud Javed Al Hassan – Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Second place: Ashraf Bazzani – Kingdom of Morocco
Third Place: Salem Said Bawazeer – Republic of Yemen

City and Architecture Axis:
First place: Karim El-Deghidi – Egypt
Second place: Ismail Gamal Jaber – Libya
Third place: Nasser Ali Al-Khulaifi – United Arab Emirates

Axis of street life:
First place: Wael Ansi Ahmed Hamami – Egypt
Second place: Raed Wajih Mustafa Nasser – Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Third place: Mohammed Sindi – Saudi Arabia

Ali Mohammed Al Suhaibani from Saudi Arabia won the Creative Award, while the creative photographer Najat Ali Al Fadil won the Women’s Shield. Other photographers from the Kingdom of Bahrain, Qatar, Algeria, Syria and Lebanon also entered the book.

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