|Duration||2020/11/13 - 2021/1/13|
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|Venue||9F/10F/B2, No. 192, Lien Chen Road Zhonghe Dist. New Taipei City 235 Taiwan|
|What is ColorPro Award?||The ColorPro Award is founded by ViewSonic since 2020. As the leading global provider of visual creators, ViewSonic believes in good thoughts, opinions and perspective that could be shared & delivered through every piece of photography, design & art. Views invites leaders from the creative industry to connect all creative minds around the world and chooses “Kindness” as the theme for ColorPro Award 2020. Through the vision of ColorPro Award, you would rediscover the world from a different angle.|
|2020 Theme: Kindness||ViewSonic is celebrating kindness through the first-ever ColorPro™ Award Global Photography Contest. Organized in cooperation with four leaders in the creative industry—Blurb, Shoot the Frame (STF), Tinyspace, and TourBox—and eight prominent influencers, the contest has amassed more than 2,100 stunning photo entries from 18 countries, showing acts of kindness around the world. ViewSonic and its partners seek to encourage people to share their moments of kindness through photographs to spread positive energy, so as to inspire creativity and highlight the meaningful stories happening around us each and every day.|
|Top100||ColorPro Award Top 100 What is the Story behind the photo? What does kindness look like? Does it have a face? A place? A color, texture or taste? Perhaps just a commonplace warm embrace? Whatever shape it takes, our little blue dot needs a healthy dose of it right about now. Gestures large and small that remind us, no matter how tough or weird or challenging things get, human kindness conquers all.|
What does kindness look like? Does it have a face? A place? A color, texture or taste? Perhaps just a commonplace warm embrace? Whatever shape it takes, our little blue dot needs a healthy dose of it right about now. Gestures large and small that remind us, no matter how tough or weird or challenging things get, human kindness conquers all.
In Africa, children with disabilities are at high risk of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, and are often abandoned by their family. Misconceptions and superstitions are prevalent. For example, people say that disabilities are due to divine punishment (with those suffering from disabilities often referred to as “snakes” as they lie on the ground). These children are in dire need of specialized care and attention to improve their quality of life. In Bombouaka, Togo, Kodjo, a 14-year-old child in a wheelchair, helps his classmate with homework before a soccer game in a makeshift classroom at the Don Orione Center—a care center for children with severe physical and intellectual disabilities. Kodjo’s act shows tremendous kindness, love, solidarity, and companionship.
A tribal girl protects a dog by wrapping it in her blanket on a cold winter morning, expressing determination, boldness, love, anfd companionship in her eyes.
Farmers rely on mother nature to take care of their crops. As the global warming crisis escalates, the change of weather patterns become more extreme and unpredictable, resulting in more droughts and floods. This farmer was devastated when seeing the impact of a drought on her farmland. Her sister comforts her by showing support, compassion, and companionship.
In New Delhi, India, a father and a son dressed in traditional white clothing sit at a mosque under a blue sky on Eid al-Fitr, the conclusion of Ramadan. The photograph shows the beautiful bond between two generations and the passing on of important values and traditions
A bride performs a Mano Po to her father on the most important day of her life. Mano Po is a gesture in Philippine culture to show respect to elders and requesting their blessing. Her gratefulness derives from her love and respect for her father, whose kindness never wavers.
As the sun sets, Mr. Ramnath, who resides on the banks of the Yamuna River near Nigambodh Ghat in Delhi, India, feeds thousands of seagulls who travel there every year between October and March to escape from the harsh Siberian winters. The experience of taking this photograph was very special to Saurabh Narang. It features an incredible scene of humanity and nature while thousands of seagulls are flying overhead.
As the sun sets, boys from a local village help a man by pulling him and his tricycle up a hill. They work closely together to help the man, showing not only playfulness but also compassion and kindness
According to the Health and Family Welfare Ministry, over 33,000 people are infected with waterborne diseases during the monsoon season from June to September in Bangladesh. As heavy rains in the neighboring Indian state of Assam caused massive floods in Bangladesh, many people were impacted. People helped each other regardless of age, demonstrating that they can overcome the challenges posed by these floods with love, support, and companionship
Workers use their boats to herd hundreds of ducks to their farm in order to feed them. A farmer standing on a boat guides them quietly and gently in the correct direction. With care and love, the farmer feeds them patiently in the river.
Satla is the largest water lily farming village in Barishal, Bangladesh. Various kinds of water lilies are grown, and almost 10,000 acres of canal and wetland areas are overflowing with these beautiful plants. About 70% of the people in this village are associated with water lily cultivation. The two farmers in the photo were working together to process water lilies in order to sell them in a market, enabling them to support their families.
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