AWARDS

DIRECTOR’S
AWARDS

Winner of the year

MUSE Photography Awards, USA
Editorial photography 2022, photojournalism, 2021.


Photographer of the Year

Budapest International Foto Awards, BIFA
Photojournalism,  Winner, 2020.


Curated selection

Px3 State of the World’s Winners
Paris, 2020


1st PDN, NY, London

Photojournalism, Black and White, 2018


Commended

Sony World Photography Awards, Portraiture, 2018


1st Place, PHOTO+, PDN

Faces Photography Contest, New York, 2017


1st Place Black and White

‘35 Awards – 100 Best Photos of the Year, Moscow, 2017


2022

2021

2020

2019

2018

  • First Place, PDN, NY and Photocrowd, London, Photo­journalism in Black and White (2018), 

(https://www.photocrowd.com/photo-competitions/photojournalism-blackandwhite-photo-contest-4256/overview)

(http://www.i-shot-it.com/winning-photo.php?cpid=5b97b55a34efc&fbclid=IwAR2ExNZlZ0FmY0u6e6JYKggg0jGIJz-8W8Gzdy6u715moCY_dcNBzZNdaWc)

2017


The Passporte Prize

for Street Photography Honoring Cartier-Bresson

2017
Director’s Award: Eduardo Lopez Moreno
Honorable Mentions: Kip Harris, Evgeniya Palevskaya and Dotan Saguy

The photographers who earned Honorable Mentions in the Cartier-Bresson Passporte Prize competition are well on the path to succeeding in elusive moments, and in confidence I feel the photograph awarded the Juror’s Prize has captured all the elements that make a great, magical photograph.”


PX3 PRIX DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE PARIS

2017
Prize:
Bronze in Press/Feature Story 
Company: Social Photographers 
Photographer: Eduardo López Moreno 

Serum drops measure the time in pavilions of discomfort and collective pain. Men and
women dressed in white roam through corridors beset by disease and suffering. These are
the public hospitals of many cities often times rich and poor alike. Rows of beds like a
military camp house the unfortunate that struggle day and night to recover their voice and
words that had been taken up by complaints and laments.

Read more: https://px3.fr/winners/px3/2017/9163/


MONOCHROME AWARDS

international Black y White Photography Contest. 

2017

TRIPLE JEOPARDY AND LIGHT DESPITE ALL. Young Somalis displaced from the war in their country, living in poor conditions in a refugee camp and with a complete vision loss; a triple jeopardy, an unfair destiny, for such early lives. They patiently learn Braille every day in ‘Horyal’, a primary school that means ‘showing the path’, a revealing possibility that despite all odds casts some light in in a road strewn with obstacles. This is Dadaab the Refugee Camp with nearly 250 thousand people at the border between Kenya and Somalia; a ‘city’ the size of Nice in France, or Bari in Italy

Read more: https://monoawards.com/winners-gallery/monochrome-awards-2017/professional/people/hm/5976

People – Honorable Mention Monochrome Awards 2017

Gold in Editorial/Conflict
Bronze in Editorial/Photo Essay
Silver in People/Children

2018

Borno and Leaving In a Refugee Camp 

1st place winner in Editorial. 

LIVING IN REFUGEE CAMPS People in refugee camps who are often spectral identities who live without dialogue, without answers to their questions, and without future. Their realities are not ephemeral, but only detached from our lives. The camps in the lands of nobody subsist with actions that are untiringly repeated, creating a constant that we do not perceive.

Read more: http://www.moscowfotoawards.com/winners/moscow/2018/4516/

https://www.photocrowd.com/photo-competitions/photojournalism-blackandwhite-photo-contest-4256/overview/


Gold – Events Voluminous, Budapest International Awards (BIFA)

2019

From Rubens to Botero and Saville, images of voluminous women. A volumetric exaltation of female human body that depicts amplitude and expansiveness in a way that seems to be beyond control and voluptuousness. A visual narrative about abundance, sensuality and other form of aesthetics.

Read more: https://budapestfotoawards.com/winners/bifa/2019/4969/


PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

2020

A man like anyone else, good, drunkard, according to his wife, was sitting on a bench in the main square of his town in the wrong place at the wrong time, when two rival drug gangs confronted each other, taking by accident his life.

Read more: https://budapestfotoawards.com/winners/special/2020/134/