- 2020 OUTLINE -

Entry Theme

INSTINCT
In Other words, "Reveal","Naked","Bareness".

Jury

Satomi(Japan Meeting of Furries / Chairperson) https://jmof.jp/
Shinji Hanino(IMAGESTUDIO Noise / Photographer) http://studio-noise.com/
Japan Furries Photo Competition Executive Committee

Entry

82 works(Exclude duplicates)

- Grand Prix -


Wolf In The City

Photography by Fang
(Republic of Singapore)

Jury Comment:
Congratulation on the Grand Prix.
This is a simple and powerful work that lets us imagine the before and after actions although it is a static picture.
Also, it has a great location and composition and tells the situation smoothly without a verbal explanation.
The quality of the work was beyond juries’ expectations and we believe that Grand Prix was what it deserves.
(IMAGESTUDIO Noise / Photographer / Shinji Hanino)

- Grand Prix Nominated -


Nightmare

Photography by Kiba Wolf
(United States)


Gotcha!

Photography by EilianParker
(Taiwan)


Under The Moonlight

Photography by Fang
(Republic of Singapore)


Moment

Photography by toochi
(Japan)

- Best Fashion Award -


Hunt for the Dragon

Photography by Kiba Wolf
(United States)

Jury Comment:
Congratulation on the Best Fashion Award.
This work has a great location and composition, but what is more to be highlighted is the quality of the costume. I felt as if I was seeing a scene from a fairy tale.
Costumes must be chosen to display the character to the full. They should be something more than just to ware.
From that point, the costume in this work is wonderfully chosen and it ameliorates the perfection.
(IMAGESTUDIO Noise / Photographer / Shinji Hanino)

- Best Fashion Award Nominated -


Have a smoke

Photography by Wasei-Pasta
(Japan)


You Shall Not Pass

Photography by Fang
(Republic of Singapore)


How about a drink?

Photography by Wasei-Pasta
(Japan)


The identity of hitman

Photography by Wasei-Pasta
(Japan)

- Best Messageful Award -


Nightmare

Photography by Kiba Wolf
(United States)

Jury Comment:
Congratulation on the Best Messageful Award.
This work tells us the situation smoothly without any special explanation.
It is often said that "Photograph is Subtraction". However, it doesn't mean that the less the information, the better the photo is.
This work presents the situation with the least amount of necessary information.
(IMAGESTUDIO Noise / Photographer / Shinji Hanino)

- Best Messageful Award Nominated -


Gotcha!

Photography by EilianParker
(Taiwan)


The tragic but jealous eyes

Photography by Wasei-Pasta
(Japan)


order made

Photography by Elleth
(Japan)


The aim

Photography by marl
(Japan)

- Best Lighting Award -


Nightmare

Photography by Kiba Wolf
(United States)

Jury Comment:
Congratulation on the Best Lighting Award.
This work involves 2 lightings and both of them are well organized to enhance this work's atmosphere.
The front lamp offers a peaceful and the blue illumination by the window produces a suspicious impression in this one photograph.
Lighting in photographs is not just strobes or lightboxes. This work is a good example of superior lighting.
(IMAGESTUDIO Noise / Photographer / Shinji Hanino)

- Best Lighting Award Nominated -


Fighter Ready !

Photography by Fang
(Republic of Singapore)


Get Wild

Photography by Elleth
(Japan)


Gotcha!

Photography by EilianParker
(Taiwan)


Lurking In The Shadows

Photography by Fang
(Republic of Singapore)

- Best Composition Award -


Under The Moonlight

Photography by Fang
(Republic of Singapore)

Jury Comment:
Congratulation on the Best Composition Award.
This work expresses the circumstance where the character exposes his muscle under the full moon quite well from a low angle.
This work is a good example low-angled photograph.
The size of the character is in a brilliant balance as well and the impression has had changed if it was zoomed in more.
(IMAGESTUDIO Noise / Photographer / Shinji Hanino)

- Best Composition Award Nominated -


Gotcha!

Photography by EilianParker
(Taiwan)


Wanna Join Me This Evening ?

Photography by Fang
(Republic of Singapore)


The tragic but jealous eyes

Photography by Wasei-Pasta
(Japan)


sadness

Photography by harukaze
(Japan)

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