News ID: 252651
Published: 0220 GMT May 11, 2019

Iranian photographer wins award at PSA

Iranian photographer wins award at PSA

Iranian photographer Alma Monshi Baghan won an award at the Photographic Society of America (PSA), New York-Manhattan photographic contest.

According to FIAP office in Tehran, she acquired a bronze medal for her photo ‘Mausoleum,’ ISNA reported.

In this event, which was organized by the Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique (FIAP) and PSA, photographs from Focus Team members (FIAP representative in Iran) were accepted in various sections of the festival.

Babak Mehrafshar, Amin Dehqan, Mohammad Farhadi, Ahmad Khatiri, Ebrahim Bahrami, Saeid Abdollahi and Taleb Heidari also attended the competition.

FIAP is an international organization of national associations of photography. More than 85 national associations are members, comprising nearly one million individual photographers. FIAP was founded by M. Van de Wijer of Belgium in 1946. The first members were the photographic associations from Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Portugal and Switzerland.

PSA is one of the largest, worldwide, non-profit organizations of its kind. Established in 1934, it is for casual shutterbugs, serious amateurs, and professional photographers. PSA has members in over 75 countries. Membership is currently about 5,500, with 35 percent outside the USA.


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