Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best editorial and fabulous fashion photos in the Surreal Fashion Photo Contest with chances to win a Nikon D5300 and more!

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Miss Aniela for her collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. Miss Aniela (Natalie Dybisz) resides in UK. 'Aniela' is the middle name of Natalie Dybisz, one half of Miss Aniela Ltd, together with her producer partner Matt Lennard. Originating as a self-portrait artist in 2006, Miss Aniela's work has been exhibited internationally for Vogue Italia, Saatchi Gallery London and Affordable Art Fair, and featured in NY Arts, El Pais, ALARM Chicago and BBC. She is also the author of two photography books and hosts the ’Fashion Shoot Experience’ worldwide. Her 'Surreal Fashion' collection mixes, shot in the most surreal and beautiful locations in the world.

People's Choice

Grand Jury Winner

"As a photographer, what first struck me about this image is a technical quality - the lighting, which is superbly done, well balanced and yet dramatic enough to make the figures stand out. This is not an easy achievement especially when dealing with nudity, dark skin, shiny costumes and two figures in one frame. It also manages to pull off an interesting styled concept too: the horns, chain and footwear are striking and bring together an ancient feel with a modern fashion twist. My only criticism would be that the light in the background is too obviously dulled down, maybe could be removed altogether - but the strengths of this image make it a clear winner for me." - Miss Aniela

Runner Up

"I like the latex mermaid tail which strikes me as unusual and innovative. The photographer seems to have made an effort in trying to make something new and different with the use of latex on the face and the black jewellery echoing the theme. The processing of the image overall is clean and non-indulgent. I am not sure whether the composition does enough justice to the styling as I would have liked to see more the tail, maybe outstretched." - Miss Aniela

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"I like that a lot of effort seems to have gone into the styling and make-up, and the photography and processing holds it up well. The composition shows enough of each element: headpiece, chest and hand to give a hint of the whole outfit whilst also keeping intimately close to the face for makeup detail and eye contact." - Miss Aniela

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"The overall composition was the first thing that struck me as the strength of this image, capturing the detail of the wall, its artwork mural, the pleasing light and shadow, and the reflection of the woman. The photographer has not gone overboard trying to strain the detail of the darker water area and as a result the image has technical prowess and a cinematic allure. The woman figure is interesting enough to engage our attention and compliment the scene, maybe she could be a bit more animated or have a more dramatic dress, but I also appreciate the photographer could be instead trying to invoke a sense of serenity." - Miss Aniela

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"Kelly Metal" by Rob_Lopshire

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"You Got This" by TMoreJava

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