The winners of the Sirmione Award for Photography

The winners of the three competitions were awarded


Premiazione vincitori del concorso Premio sirmione per la fotografia 2019

476 photographers taking part from all over the world and 1505 shots received.
These are the numbers of the 2019 edition of the Sirmione Award for Photography with the two competitions: Lake Garda Photo Challenge and Sirmione Photo Marathon to which we must add 50 participants and 50 photographs that participated, on 7th July at the Sirmione 10% Photo Marathon, the one-hour photographic marathon with a single theme.

On Sunday 15th December at Palazzo Callas Exhibitions, the Award ceremony for the Lake Garda Photo Challenge and the Sirmione Photo Marathon was held and, after careful work, the Jury selected 23 photographs to be awarded.

Present at the Ceremony not only the winners, but also the representatives of the various Garda municipalities present in the Lake Garda Photo Challenge winning shots: Desenzano del Garda, Lazise and Manerba del Garda.


Winners of the 2019 edition


Lake Garda Photo Challenge – Topic “Lake Garda”

1st classified – Alberto Boselli
2nd classified – Immacolata Giordano
3rd classified – Gaia Villani


Lake Garda Photo Challenge – Topic  “Sirmione”

1st classified – Roberto Zani
2nd classified – Massimo Perissinotto
3rd classified – Giovanni Brighente


Sirmione Photo Marathon

1st classified – Eleonora Attolini
2nd classified – Davide Barbieri
3rd classified – Giancarlo Restuccia


Sirmione Photo Marathon – Awards for topics

1st classified – Silvia Monti

1st classified – Vanessa Cravotta

1st classified – Anna Chiara De Guidi

1st classified – Silvia Vitale


“Historic and archeological heritage” award​

Mario Rosini

Premio “Patrimonio Storico e Artistico” Mario Rosini


Sirmione 10% Photo Marathon

Andrea Cristina Poldi
Roberto Masserdotti
Elisa Bello
Carolina Marassi

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