#UnsplashAwards 2018 - Here are the Finalists

Over a month ago, we have announced the #UnsplashAwards 2018, it was originally created to celebrate the Unsplash contributors for their generosity and the powerful impact to its community. With over 19 000 submissions, Unsplash Judges have narrowed down into 11 stunning shortlisted photos for each category and 1 finalist. Stop what you are doing and let's all take a look at the finalists. We are happy for the finalists and proud to be part in this celebration of the open photography movement.

The Unsplash Awards is a month-long celebration created to recognize the powerful impact Unsplash contributors have made through their generosity and artistry. Every day, thousands of photographers freely gift their work on Unsplash to move creativity forward.

Selected in Diversity

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Earth

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Entrepreneur

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Experimental

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Food & Wellness

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Interiors & Architecture

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in People & Relationships

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Photojournalism

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Product Photography

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Shapes & Textures

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Street Photography

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

Selected in Unsplash Community

Introducing the Unsplash Awards 2018 - Open Submissions

About Unsplash

Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing copyright-free photography under the Unsplash license. Meaning that you can use them for commercial and noncommercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission from or provide credit to the photographer or Unsplash, although it is still very appreciated when possible.

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