The World Photographic Cup is a competition in which a team of photographers represent their home country. This one of a kind international team competition, features the best photographic art from around the world.
Nations across the globe, including Canada, meticulously curate their countries images to create a collection of 18 amazing images to enter in the World Photographic Cup. The international judging is now complete and Team Canada is thrilled to showcase our World Top 10 finalists.
Canada’s Top 10 finalists are now in the running for individual Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals and depending on their final ranking, these images have the chance to help Team Canada win the World Photographic Cup!
Four stunning and compelling photographs have put Canadian photographers within reach of winning gold at 2021 World Photographic Cup.
Jacquie Matechuk, Louis-Philippe Provost, Stephanie Lachance, and Ammara Sadiq have all secured Top 10 world finishes and now have a chance to be on the podium at the final awards ceremony to be held in Rome, Italy on April 19th, 2021.
Photographers from 38 countries around the globe participated in this year’s World Photographic Cup. For Team Canada, the grueling process began last summer, when submissions came in from coast to coast, vying for only 3 precious spots in each of the six categories. The final 18 images went on to represent Canada at the World Photographic Cup and now 4 of those are Top 10 in the world.
Due to the pandemic the four Canadian teammates will not travel to Italy to attend the presentation in person but will be watch virtually. Each one excited for a chance to win a world medal and perhaps bring home the coveted World Cup for Canada.
“This unique competition has brought out the best in both Canada and the World. We are very proud of our entire team for doing so well in such a challenging environment.”
Gerry David, Team Canada Captain