A photographer from the Al-Abbas's (P) Holy Shrine wins the prize of the international competition (35 AWARDS)

The photographer of the media department at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, Samer Khalil Ibrahim al-Husseini, won the first place for the best (100) photos in the world in the black and white axis, within the (35 awards) international competition in its seventh edition, in which (124,827) photographers from (174) countries, including Iraq, participated.

Al-Husseini stated to Al-Kafeel network that "the work that I participated with was titled 'Sad woman', which is one of the shots that my lens caught at one of the events of the Al-Abbas's(p) holy shrine outside Iraq, and the competition was intense between the participants due to the strength of the participating works, and I was able, by the grace of Allah and the blessings of the one I am honored to serve; Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him), to win this prize, surpassing (470) thousand photographic works from different countries".

He pointed out that "the competition was judged by (50) international arbitrators, and all the participating photos were evaluated by the committee as the first stage, and the winning photos go to the second stage by public vote, and then moved to the final stage, which resulted in the victory of my photographic work".

It is noteworthy that this award, which al-Husseini won, was not the only one during his artistic career, but he participated in local and international competitions, so that this award complements the series of awards he won previously, and a base for future competitions.
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