LensCulture’s 2018 Emerging Talent Awards

Cachoeira_ Brasil_-2

Santos Antônio de Pádua. Misiones Jesuitas Sao Francisco Rio de Igreja. Bahia, Brasil. 2015.

I’m very delighted and honoured to have been included in this year’s LensCulture Emerging Talents Award. Thank you to the Jurors for picking me as one of the top 50. The work is part of my on going project “This Miracle.”

True story: From time to time I go through my spam email in case something was thrown into it by mistake. The letter from Jim Casper informing me that I was selected was in that pile from a few days prior. Even though I doubted it was spam, I had to find out. So I wrote to him in a separate email (I had to be safe, after all). Amazingly, it was not spam. As you already know…

Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

Light Bulb. Salvador, Bahia, Brasil. 2017.

Chapada Diamantina

Living Room. Arandai, Chapada Diamantina, Bahia, Brasil. 2017.

Quilombo near Cachoeira, Bahia, Brasil-2

Curtain in quilombo home. Outside Cachoeira, Bahia, Brasil. 2015.

 

10 thoughts on “LensCulture’s 2018 Emerging Talent Awards

    1. Adina Weinstein

      Tamar,
      I’m so proud of you! You’re continuing the Granovsky talent.
      Your photos are beautiful! ….wonderful composition with human and social meaning.
      Congratulations!
      Adina W.

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  1. Eva Glans

    You have really developed and have a great eye for composition and light. Congratulations. Andrew ________________________________ Från: Tamar Granovsky | Wanderings Afar and Near Skickat: den 24 oktober 2018 00:54 Till: glansheap@hotmail.com Ämne: [New post] LensCulture’s 2018 Emerging Talent Awards

    Tamar Granovsky posted: ” I’m very delighted and honoured to have been included in this year’s LensCulture Emerging Talents Award. Thank you to the Jurors for picking me as one of the top 50. The work is part of my on going project “This Miracle.” True story: From time to time “

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  2. Klaus Hornetz

    Great Tamar, congratulations. I love this work, all masterpieces, especially the third frame:).
    Thanks and lots of love from a beautiful working spot, watching the Ubud rice terraces.

    Reply

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