Vietnamese digital photographers accomplish global fame with acclaimed pictures

This year continues to be an effective one for Vietnamese photographers whose jobs have won top honors in prominent international contests.

In February Tran Viet Van was crowned victor in the “Smartshot iTravelled” classification at the 2021 Traveling Digital Photographer of the Year Awards for his images of Trinh Ngoc, a 90-year-old cobbler in Ho Chi Minh City who has actually been making footwear for over 60 years.

Ngoc has actually made footwear for Vietnamese artists as well as even the Cambodian royal household, consisting of King Norodom Sihanouk.

Nguyen Tan Tuan received a “unique mention” in the “Best Solitary Image in a Profile” group for an image of water buffaloes in Dau Tieng Lake in Tay Ninh District near HCMC.

Additionally in February Nguyen Phuc Thanh was amongst 65 winners in the “National Honors” program at the 2022 Sony Globe Photography Honors for his shot of a blossom vendor on a bike in Hanoi.

It reveals the vendor riding on Ceramic Roadway.

The ceramic mosaic murals along the wall surfaces of the Red River dike system are made from ceramic tesserae of Bat Trang, famed for its centuries-old traditional pottery.

In 2010, it was recognized by Guinness Globe Records as the world’s biggest ceramic mosaic.

In April Nguyen The Binh won the first prize at this year’s SkyPixel picture contest for a shot of a farmer accumulating bang yard in the Mekong Delta province of Long An.

Bang, which mainly expands in flooded fields, is utilized as opposed to plastic to create alcohol consumption straw.

The contest is organized by China’s DJI, the world’s leading producer of cam drones, and the U.K.’s SkyPixel, the globe’s most prominent airborne digital photography community.

In May Nguyen Ngoc Thien was called the winner of the Pink Lady Food Digital Photographer of the Year award for Southeast Asia for a shot of anchovy anglers in Phu Yen.

His photo reveals fishermen take out eco-friendly nets they had cast to catch a specialized of Vietnam’s central coastline, the fish that is used to generate the ultimate Vietnamese dressing, fish sauce.

In June Cao Ky Nhan won first prize in the “Motion” category at the 35 AWARDS worldwide picture contest for a shot of a farmer feeding ducks in Tra O Shallows in the south main Binh Dinh District.

The global contest was instituted in 2015 by the professional image neighborhood 35photo. pro.

In July Cao Nguyen Vu won first prize in the “General-Color” classification at the HIPA International Digital Photography Awards for his shot of hundreds of fishing watercrafts secured in the main Quang Ngai Province.

Vu claimed he took the image in 2020 as anglers’s watercrafts were anchored nicely in line to avoid Hurricane Molave.

HIPA is a global photography award founded in 2011 under the patronage of the Dubai crown prince, Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid container Mohammed Al Maktoum.

Likewise in July Nguyen Dang Hao won the gold medal in both Nation Circuit global contest for an amazing shot of hundreds of white storks flying over Van Long Lagoon in the north Ninh Binh District.

Van Long Lagoon is house to thousands of terrestrial and water animals and plants.

Among them are uncommon and endangered varieties provided in Vietnam’s Red Book like the Delacour’s langur.

In September Cao Ky Nhan won a “highly complimented” prize in the “Collection” category at the Drone Photo Awards for a shot of anglers pulling out nets to gather anchovies off Yen Islet, 15 kilometers north of Tuy Hoa, the resources of Phu Yen.

Set up in 2015 the Drone Image Awards continue to be one of the most important global competitors for airborne digital photography as well as videography.

The same month Nguyen Linh Vinh Quoc made it to the “Drone Commended” checklist in the “Individuals” category at the 2022 Drone Picture Awards.

The picture reveals ladies in Phu Yen Province on the main coastline spreading out colorful sedge to completely dry.

“They work like challenge musicians, arranging the sedge in rotating colors, developing remarkable patterns,” Quoc stated.

A month later Nhan won the Epson International Pano Honor for his shot of gold yellow rice areas along the Quay Child River in Cao Bang District on the Chinese border.

At the start of October rice fields along the river, which creates a natural boundary with China, transform a gold tone.

The river comes from Chongshan Mountain in China’s Jingxi Area.