Christina Rinaldi gets Motion Photography honor

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The Saatchi Gallery, Saatchi Art and Google+ have announced the winner of their very first Motion Photography Prize. the winner is Christina Rinaldi, whose snap in Urban category got the first prize overall. The overall finalists and the winner were selected by a jury that includes top artists like Shezad Dawood, Cindy Sherman, Tracey Emin and filmmaker Baz Luhrmann. The top five finalists are Matthew Clarke (Night), Stefanie Schneider (Landscape), Micael Reynaud (Action), Kostas Agiannitis (Lifestyle) and  Emma Critchley (People).
With the omnipresence of smartphones as well as the rise of web photo sharing services; recently the world has seen a series of photographers from all backgrounds and most of them are embracing brand new technologies to offer their stories with innovative and interesting ways.
Recognzing the interesting potential of this brand new technology, Saatchi Art, the Saatchi Gallery and Google+ started the very first Motion Photography Prize, along with photographers from all across the world relishing this brand new creative art form.
Since the start of the prize on 5th February, over four thousand photographers amateur and professional alike submitted entries throughout six categories. Considered as a way to acknowledge motion photography as a whole new art form for everyone, the prize honors one finalist from every category a show of their work on Saatchi Art and also an exhibit at Saatchi Gallery in London. Along with this, the overall winner Christina Rinaldi would have the scope to go on the tour of a lifetime along with a filmmaker or photographer of her choice.

The Saatchi Gallery, Saatchi Art and Google+ have announced the winner of their very first Motion Photography Prize. the winner is Christina Rinaldi, whose snap in Urban category got the first prize overall. The overall finalists and the winner were selected by a jury that includes top artists like Shezad Dawood, Cindy Sherman, Tracey Emin and filmmaker Baz Luhrmann. The top five finalists are Matthew Clarke (Night), Stefanie Schneider (Landscape), Micael Reynaud (Action), Kostas Agiannitis (Lifestyle) and  Emma Critchley (People).

With the omnipresence of smartphones as well as the rise of web photo sharing services; recently the world has seen a series of photographers from all backgrounds and most of them are embracing brand new technologies to offer their stories with innovative and interesting ways.

Recognzing the interesting potential of this brand new technology, Saatchi Art, the Saatchi Gallery and Google+ started the very first Motion Photography Prize, along with photographers from all across the world relishing this brand new creative art form.

Since the start of the prize on 5th February, over four thousand photographers amateur and professional alike submitted entries throughout six categories. Considered as a way to acknowledge motion photography as a whole new art form for everyone, the prize honors one finalist from every category a show of their work on Saatchi Art and also an exhibit at Saatchi Gallery in London. Along with this, the overall winner Christina Rinaldi would have the scope to go on the tour of a lifetime along with a filmmaker or photographer of her choice.

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