AZERBAIJAN PHOTO SALON RESULTS
View beautiful images, check awards & acceptances, explore Azerbaijan and enjoy! Image: David Somali-Chow
We are happy to congratulate Svetlin Yosifov from Bulgaria who is getting Best Author title with 12 acceptances and receives FIAP Blue Badge!
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In E-book you will find awards and acceptance lists, salon statistic and all award winning images, interviews with photographers and 10 reasons you should visit Azerbaijan.
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Open COLOR
595 images were received in Open Color section and 153 were accepted. Acceptance percentage is 25.7% and acceptance score is 5 out of 10. Please find Open Color image gallery bellow.

Photo 1 - Zvonko Kucelin
Photo 2 - Ovi D. Pop
Photo 3 - Aage Madsen
Open MONOCHROME
579 images were received in Open Mono section and 168 were accepted. Acceptance percentage is 29.01% and acceptance score is 5.67 out of 10. Please find Open Monochrome image gallery bellow.

Photo 1 - Frantisek Novotny
Photo 2 - Marcel Beauraind
Photo 3 - Sara GABRIELS
MAN, Woman, CHILDREN
545 images were received in Man/ Woman/Children section and 141 were accepted. Acceptance percentage is 25.87% and acceptance score is 5 out of 10. Please find MAN/WOMAN/ СHILDREN image gallery bellow.

Photo 1 - Niall Ferguson
Photo 2 - ARUNAVA BHATTACHARYA
Photo 3 Sergey Borisov

photo travel
553 images were received in Photo Travel section and 107 were accepted. Acceptance percentage is 19.34% and acceptance score is 5.67 out of 10. Please find Photo Travel image gallery bellow.

Photo 1 - PELAGIA VRENTZOU
Photo 2 - Htet Aung
Photo 3 - Bardossi Virgilio
Welcome to Azerbaijan!

The 'Land of Fire', Azerbaijan (Azərbaycan) is a tangle of contradictions and contrasts. Neither Europe nor Asia, it's a nexus of ancient historical empires, but also a 'new' nation rapidly transforming itself with a super-charged gust of petro-spending. The cosmopolitan capital, Baku, rings a Unesco-listed ancient core with dazzling 21st-century architecture and sits on the oil-rich Caspian Sea. In the surrounding semi-desert are mud volcanoes and curious fire phenomena. Yet barely three hours' drive away, timeless rural villages, clad in lush orchards and backed by the soaring Great Caucasus mountains are a dramatic contrast. In most such places, foreigners remain a great rarity, but in return for a degree of linguistic dexterity, you'll find a remarkable seam of hospitality. And a few rural outposts – from village homestays to glitzy ski- and golf-hotels – now have have the odd English speaker to assist travellers. Photo: Zvonko Kucelin © 2019 Lonely Planet.
150(43 countries)

Participants( countries)
2,272

Images received
569

Images accepted
5.33(24.98%)

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