The Best Photos From The B&W Child Photography Contest 2016

(Looking For The Queen by Magdalena Hutchins)

Kids have a unique(ly short) view of the world, but it's hard for them to effectively convey their view to adults because they have yet to learn how to use language to make the content of their minds known.

(Untitled by Alicja Brodowicz)

Photographers who work with children as their subjects therefor try to show us what the children see, and how the wee folks feel in the land of the big people.

(Batman by Anna Kuncewicz)

These fantastic photos are winners from the 3rd annual International Photo Competition B&W Child 2016, and looking through them all is like taking a visual trip through the highs and lows of childhood.

(Ghost by Oriano Nicolau)

See The Best Photos From The B&W Child Photography Contest Of 2016 here


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