Spectacular Winning Photos Of The 2022 Budapest International Photo Awards

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Nature / Wildlife – Silver: “Divine Beauty Of An Arctic Fox” by Marcello Galleano

The 2021 Budapest International Photo Awards (BI FA) recently announced the winners and top honorees from thousands of entries around the world. BIFA is an inspirational community that recognizes the power and influence of photography in shaping how we see the world.

The mission of BIFA is to promote the work of professional and emerging international photographers to the fast-growing artistic community of Budapest, putting them in the spotlight and providing them with an excellent platform to showcase their work.

The Photographer of the Year 2022 was won by Ege Edener from Turkey for his photo “Life at the Wall” and Discovery of the Year 2022 was won by Vladimir Karamazov from Bulgaria for his photo “The Last Inhabitants”.

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Nature / Underwater – Gold: “Yellyfish With Bodyguard” by Ferenc Lorincz

Discovery Of The Year 2022: “The Last Inhabitants” by Vladimir Karamazov

Nature / Landscapes – Silver: “Laguna Amarga” by Marco Bautista

Nature – 2nd Place: “Doom” by Marian Kuric

Editorial / Environmental – Gold: “Tears Of Global Warming” by Sharwar Apo

Nature / Pets – Silver: “Jump In The Snow II” by Merlin Viir

Nature / Seasons – Bronze: “Flying Fireflies” by Chen Chung Hua

Nature – 1st Place: “Over Easy Alien Egg Fry” by Bon Koo

People / Culture – Bronze: “Offering Kumkma Water” by Vinod Kulkarni

Photographer Of Year 2022: “Life At The Wall” by Ege Edener

Editorial / Environmental – Gold: “Melting Moon” by Jesus Manzaneque Arteaga

Nature / Wildlife – Gold: “Anger” by Elizabeth Yicheng Shen

Nature / Seasons – Gold: “Snow-White And Rose-Red” by Judith Kuhn

People / Culture – Gold: “Reign Of The Eagle Hunters” by Jatenipat Ketpradit

Editorial / Environmental – Silver: “Time” by Luka Vunduk

People / Portrait – Bronze: “Peter” by Istvan Kerekes

Nature / Seasons – Bronze: “Sakura Tea Garden” by Shirley Wung

Nature – 1st Place: “Tidnish Mountain” by Rob Macinnis

Architecture / Interiors – Gold: “Libraries – Inspiration In Past And Present” by Mario Basner

Advertising / Travel / Tourism – Bronze: Meichen Chang

Nature / Panoramic – Gold: “Telluric Force” by Léonard Monney

Science – 2nd Place: “Colleagues” by Jana Stross

Science – 1st Place: “The Beauty Of Insects” by Marco Jongsma

Fine Art – 1st Place: “Italian Renaissance” by Giuseppe Gradella

People / Portrait – Bronze: “The Cross Dressers” by Alexandros Moridis

Architecture / Bridges – Silver: “Dry River On Earth Canvas” by Shirley Wung

Architecture – 1st Place: “Modern Damaged Architecture” by Muhammad Almasri

Events / Sport – Silver: “Play Mud Ball” by Ling Jyi Chao

Nature / Wildlife- Bronze: “Colombia, Express Landing” by Marcello Galleano


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