Winning Photographs from The World of Water Competition


Top Photographer: Emmanuel Fazembat – France

Billed as the world’s greatest photo game, GuruShots is an online platform that provides a fun, structured way to showcase your images while gaining global exposure for your work.

By competing in epic challenges against millions of photographers, you can get instant feedback from over three billion monthly votes and increase your ranking from Newbie to achieve the ultimate status (and bragging rights) of Guru. GuruShots’ challenges are voted on by the platform’s Gurus and the wider community, and there’s a fresh challenge every day. Winners can receive prizes from GuruShots’ sponsors such as Adorama, Kodak, Lowepro and Lensbaby.

The ‘World of Water’ competition asked the community to explore all aspects of water, from its life-giving properties and air of mystery to its power to rage and create destruction.

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Top Photo: Michal Vaněk – Czechia

Guru’s Top Pick: Dominique Schreckling – Switzerland

Ailon Glitz – Israel

Finephoto.berlin Zielinski – Germany

Marco Auddino – Italy

Gil Shmueli – Israel

Zdeněk Janovský – Czechia

Margie Troyer – United States

Sana Filipovic – Sweden

Fabiano San – United States

Véronique Labelle – Canada

Jose Mor – Spain

Hasan OK – Turkey

shutterspiks – Gambia

Matthew DiGiacomo – United States

Ennio Pozzetti – Italy

TheDevil – Iceland

Cristian Barbu – Great Britain

Dmitry Pasikhov – United States

Brad Maroske – Australia

Roxport – Canada

Capt J.Lewis – Canada

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