You’ve waited long enough for this – Our winners have been chosen and we’re ready for the big reveal! Excited to find out who made it into the Toronto Urban Photography Festival? Check it out after the jump!
We asked and you guys definitely gave your best. We got over 600 submissions of great urban photography from the community. The Toronto Urban Photography Festival did lots of sorting and deliberating and were finally able to present us with some winners. So, without further ado:
We asked you to change your perspective, and see the world in a new light for the chance to win an amazing, adventure-ready Bond Street Bag by ONA and a Lomo'Instant San Remo. After a long deliberation process (so many beautiful images!) we were finally able to decide the winner. Check it out!
American photographer Richard W. Bown is a known fine art photographer focusing on landscape imagery. In his 45-year career, he's ready to unveil a 40-year old black and white collection of images documenting the last family farms at the countryside.
The Swinging Sixties was a cultural revolution in London, and it was the birth of a stereotype among photographers; the amateur yet confident shooter. And it all started with renowned and unconventional fashion photographer David Bailey.
A heartache inspired teacher, travel writer, and photographer Andrew Rhodes to drop everything and wander around Europe, taking with him only a backpack -- there wasn't room for much else besides film! Learn how that journey lead Rhodes to create this body of work that's bursting with life.
The late American photographer Jan Groover left a mark among young photographers with her unique arrangements and compositions as her experience as an abstract artist made her approach photography in a painterly manner.
We've gotten the chance to borrow some time from Denmarrk-based photographer Kostas Rutkauskas and his mesmerizing portraits of women that are reminiscent of Helmut Newton's models. The difference? Rutkauskas approaches it softly and endearingly.