Photo of the Month | 89th Month

1st Place | Photo of the Month | 89th Month

A Lottery Stall, by Jabbar Jamil
Jabbar Jamil is a street photographer based in Sialkot. Street photography gives him opportunity to leave his comfort zone and connect with the outside world; it allows him to make more connections than photographs. Photography to him is a means to express his creativity and at the same time a great stress buster. He photographs what he sees and what he see is not always beautiful. Jabbar’s photograph “A Lottery Stall” awarded in the Photo of the Day Award in the category of Color Photography, as it scored a moderate 68 (Value 12.5, Clarity 12.5, Composition 18, Style 13, Skill 12) from our international jury of 5. The number of organic and total social share along with the organic reach and comments boosted the popularity of the photograph, raising its score to 6.085 from social media (Organic Share 2.2, Total Share 3.16, Organic Reach/View 0.725, and Comments 0), and in total 74.085, the highest score in this competition for the 89th Month. This photograph is the winner of Photograph of the Month – 89th Month, 1st Place.

A Lottery Stall, by Jabbar Jamil

A Lottery Stall, by Jabbar Jamil

Prize:
We will publish a special interview with Jabbar Jamil in the Exclusive Interview section on our website. Based on the social media responses and comments, awarded photographs received on the 89th month, we set the maximum number of Organic Social Share at 500, Total Social Share at 500, Organic Reach 500, and our subscribers Comments at 50. For this month, we had a head-to-head contest between the top scorers and the photographs that scored the highest became winners of the Photo of the Month. Our team decided to honor these top scorers as 2nd and 3rd places with a page in the next issue of our magazine, where the photographers will share their stories of these photographs. We will also publish their interviews in the Exclusive Interview section on our web. One can see the details of the score from this file. Award Score details, Photo of the Month, 89th Month We always try our best to make this competition as transparent as possible. Please read the award rules, and don’t forget to participate in next month’s competition for a chance to win this prestigious award!

2nd Place | Photo of the Month | 89th Month

Walking through the Tunnel, by Jabbar Jamil
Another marvelous photograph by photographer Jabbar Jamil “Walking through the Tunnel”, in the category of Artistic Photography scored a moderate 68 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 18, Style 13, Skill 13) from our international jury of 5. The number of organic and total social share along with the organic reach and comments boosted the popularity of the photograph, raising its score to 3.785 from social media (Organic Share 1.67, Total Share 2.0, Organic Reach/View 0.115, and Comments 0), and in total 71.785, the second highest score in this competition for the 89th Month. This photograph is the winner of Photograph of the Month – 89th Month, 2nd Place.

Walking through the Tunnel, by Jabbar Jamil

Walking through the Tunnel, by Jabbar Jamil

3rd Place | Photo of the Month | 89th Month

Luminance, by Siew Bee Lim
Born in 1965 in Singapore, photography was one of the old hobbies of Siew Bee Lim. Now she would like to learn it formally via Light & Composition platform as she believes it’s not too late. Siew’s photograph “Luminance”, in the category of Color Photography scored a moderate 67 (Value 13, Clarity 13, Composition 18, Style 11, Skill 12) from our international jury of 5. The number of organic and total social share along with the organic reach and comments boosted the popularity of the photograph, raising its score to 4.445 from social media (Organic Share 1.7, Total Share 2.65, Organic Reach/View 0.095, and Comments 0), and in total 71.445, the third highest score in this competition for the 89th Month. This photograph is the winner of Photograph of the Month – 89th Month, 3rd Place.

Luminance, by Siew Bee Lim

Luminance, by Siew Bee Lim

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