The Hipstography Awards 2015 – The Ceremony

By on February 9, 2016

Living Moments of the Year Award

- Valery Hache -

Lens:  John S 
Film:  BlacKeys SuperGrain 
Flash: off

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"On that particular day the flag was red, because of the heavy winds and the fierce sea, so swimming was prohibited. This is Nice in the middle of summer, July to be precise, with air temperatures of 34 Celsius and a balmy 28 degree sea. The kids enjoy waiting for the next refreshing wave to crash ashore… when suddenly they were caught off guard by a really big one!"
Valery Hache

 

Marinescape Photography of the Year Award

- Mike Rosales -

Lens:  Jing 
Film:  Uchitel 20 
Flash:  Triple Crown 

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"Boat rides like this are common in the Philippines, when going to nearby islands. Trips might take longer, but seeing the breathtaking views along the way makes it an enjoyable experience, every time."
Mike Rosales

 

Monochrome Photography of the Year Award

- Marina Sersale -

Lens:  G2 
Film:  BlacKeys SuperGrain 
Flash: off

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This photo is part of the portfolio "When in Rome" by Marina Sersale.

 

Monochrome Street Photography of the Year Award

- Matthew Wylie -

Lens:  Watts 
Film:  Blackeys Extra Fine 
Flash: off

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"Black and White"
Matthew Wylie

 

Multi-Exposure Photography of the Year Award

- Dirk Becker -

Lens:  Florence 
Film:  Otto 
Flash: off
Using:  Multiple Exposure Kit 

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"This photo was taken from my office in Frankfurt, Germany. The building is the 'Messeturm', which was the highest office-building in Europe in the 90’s."
Dirk Becker

 

Nature Photography of the Year Award

- Agostino Toselli‎ -

Lens:  Jane 
Film:  Ina's 1969 
Flash: off

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"This picture was taken in the Gobi desert sand dunes in Southern Mongolia. The Gobi desert is one of the most inhospitable places on earth, with temperature differences that can vary by 100 °C over the course of the year. These extreme conditions make it a wonderful place to photograph."
Agostino Toselli‎

 

Still Life Photography of the Year Award

- Florian Bilges -

Lens:  Tinto 1884 
Film:  Blanko 1 
Using: Oggl

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"My son did some work with pigment colors at home, so I took some of them and shot this photo with the colors and an old Pelikan ink bottle."
Florian Bilges

 

The Human Condition of the Year Award

- Adria Ellis -

Lens:  Lowy 
Film:  Blanko 
Flash: off

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"I took this image on my first day in Varanasi. For me as a photographer, Varanasi was something in between heaven and Disney Land. I never went any closer to this baba, when I looked at him he smiled at me and raised his hand. I lifted my camera and he gave the typical Indian head bobble. Such a nice smile and a sweet presence. This is representative of most of my time and experiences in India."
Adria Ellis

 

Waterscape Photography of the Year Award

- Didier Massot -

Lens:  Yoona 
Film:  Blanko 1 
Flash: off

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"I discovered Fuchiko a few months ago. Fuchiko is short for “Kuppo no Fuchiko”, which literally means: Fuchiko on the edge of a cup. These are, in fact, small Gashapon figurines, which are capsule toys that can be purchased from vending machines for anywhere between 100 and 400 yen. I bought two of them and wanted to do a series of pictures with the figurines. This is one of the first ones I did when I got back to Quebec and it will be the one and only because I managed to lose it the same day. Thankfully, I still have the second one…"
Didier Massot

 


 

In memory of Arjan van der Horst

Lens:  Lucifer VI 
Film:  BlacKeys SuperGrain 
Flash:  Triple Crown 

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"X-Box"
Arjan van der Horst

 

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3 Comments

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  2. wizmosis

    February 13, 2016 at 2:57 am

    Congrats, Berelwen! I was in the same category, but I think yours deserved the win. You have great imagination and artistry! Very inspiring.

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