Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing artificial waterways in the Canals Photo contest with chances to win 50mm Lens and more!

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Yevhen Samuchenko for his collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. Yevhen's works have been published in magazines, books and on online versions of these publishers and media: N-Photo, Bruckmann Publisher, BBC news, CNN, National Geographic, Yahoo news, Story Terrace, BuzzFeed, UNESCO official website, and others. My photographs were awarded a lot of medals and prizes, including 3 FIAP Gold medal, IPA silver, HIPA Merit medal. My photos was exhibited at UK (London), United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Ukraine, USA, China and other countries. I open to any form of creativity and cooperation.

Grand Jury Winner

"The mood, colors and of course the reflection in the calm water of the canal - the perfect combination that led this picture to winner! Dense, filling almost the entire frame composition, in this case it is more than appropriate. I want to take a long time to look and see new details in this beautiful picture. Congratulations to the winner!" - Yevhen Samuchenko

Runner Up

"A wonderful shot, made in a classic style! Looking at this photo, I recall the best works of Michael Kenna. Transformation into black and white creates an additional atmosphere, and the motion fumble boats contrast perfectly with the static quay and buildings! Bravo!" - Yevhen Samuchenko

Runner Up

"Venice is always connected with water and numerous canals. A great example of a beautiful composition that shoots in the blue hours! A prolonged exposure and blurred boats, helped to successfully demonstrate the dynamics, which literally conducts the viewer's view through the channel. Excellent work!" - Yevhen Samuchenko

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