Thank you to all the photographers that shared their most amazing street photography in urban settings in this photo contest made possible by our friends at Panasonic Lumix. Today, a new generation of photographers share their work through print, social media, streaming video, mobile devices, PCs and TV.

A special thanks to friend and master photographer Giulio Sciorio for his collaboration as a guest judge. Giulio Sciorio is a commercial photographer who specializes in portraiture for new media. Lumix Luminary, photographer, educator and social media personality, Giulio’s vision is to demonstrate how embracing new technology can transform and enrich visual art in the age of screens.

Grand Jury Winner

"This is my top pick. To me this image represents a concrete jungle - a home for animals, packed into an artificial landscape. Not only do I feel this to be a strong representation I also love the color, processing and use of a tight crop. The elements of this image work well together causing me contrasting feelings of stress, claustrophobia and yet I want this image as a canvas print hanging on my wall. The term “ant-hill” describes this photograph perfectly." - Giulio Sciorio

Runner Up

"An endless cityscape embodies the idea of the concrete jungle to the extreme. The framing, tight crop and bokeh effect pulls me into the city. I feel if I were to turn around I’d realize that I’m in a sea of buildings. The warm tones tell me the day is coming to an end and in one of those buildings lost in the landscape are my friends waiting to meet up for drinks. I want to be in here." - Giulio Sciorio

People's Choice

"Very graphic and aggressive. This image is striking, the subject with half his face covered tells me something dark is going on. Perhaps he’s a spy or just up to no good, it’s hard to say but fun to guess. I think what makes this image fun for me is that it’s illustrated style reminds me of a video game or perhaps movie poster. Good example of a photo illustration." - Giulio Sciorio

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