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WPC 2016

Počas Imaging USA 2016 bolo vyhlásených top 10 najlepších snimkov zo svetového pohára fotografie World Photographic Cup 2016, ktorého sa zúčastnilo už po tretí krát aj Slovensko.

Zlaté, strieborné a bronzové medaily budú predstavené a odovzdané výhercom 14. marca 2016 v Porto v Portugalsku.
Slovensko má tento rok 6 finalistov medzi TOP 10 najlepšími fotkami, veríme, že sa konečne podarí získať medailu. Medzi TOP finalistami sú Vlado Veverka (COMMERCIAL, PORTRAIT), Natália Benčičová (ILLUSTRATIVE), Dušan Beňo (NATURE), Matej Michalík (NATURE), Peter Čakovský (WEDDING).
Fotografický Svetový pohár stále rastie. Tento rok súťažilo 27 tímov  z Ázie, východnej a západnej Európy, Stredného východu, Oceánie a Severnej Ameriky.
Asociácia profesionálnych fotografov podporila okrem svojich členov aj mladé talenty, ktoré práve v tejto súťaži zabodovali.
Celkovo sa zo Slovenska zúčastnilo 10 fotografov: Natália Benčičová, Dušan Beňo, Peter Čakovský, Norbert Eggenhofer, Walde Jánsky, Martin Krystýnek, Matej Michalík, Ján Štovka, Mária Švarbová a Vlado Veverka. Kapitánom slovenského tímu bol Martin Vrabko.
Všetky fotografie prihlásené do súťaže si môžete pozrieť tu:“
http://www.worldphotographiccup.org/?wpc-gallery=entries-2016
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During Imaging USA 2016  the top 10 images in each of the World Photographic Cup’s 6 Categories have been announced. WPC Committee members Dennis Craft, Don Dickson, and Don MacGregor congratulated all of WPC top 10 finishers and reminded the audience that each of these images is in the running for individual Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals which will be presented March 14th in Porto, Portugal.  It also means that each of these images…and their creators…. have the chance to help their country win the World Photographic Cup. Actually, the top three scores in each category receive medals, but the top 10 scores in each category count towards their country’s team total.  The team with the most top 10 points when it is all said and done receives the World Photographic Cup.
The World Photographic Cup continues to grow. This year 27 teams competed from Asia, Eastern and Western Europe, the Middle East, Oceania and North America.  That is the most ever.
The World Photographic Cup has been won by the United States in each of its first two years by a very narrow margin. The competition 2016 is again very, very steep, and there are a lot of teams that are vying for the CUP this year.
We are now keenly awaiting for the winners announcement  in March. …but … further announcements on the WPC website are coming soon!  Keep on visiting www.worldphotographiccup.org …
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