It was a closely run contest in our F/factor competition, where the public have a chance to vote for their favourite image at the Festival. This year’s theme was street photography and you can see the winning images on our Facebook page. Congratulations to the following photographers:-
!st – Tony Sellen (Evolution)
2nd – Tony Sellen (The Reverend)
3rd – Brecciaroli (Rebel Mayo)
4th – Gearoid Hayes (Floating Flowershop)
Other high votes and not in vote order:-
Alice Gardoni (As Life 2)
AYLC (Shadow Lines)
Bob Chiu (Hiking in the snow)
Helena Sikk ( Fixing the Bike in 2017)
Ilya Trofimenko (Summer In The City)
John Kelly ( Little China Girl)
John Kelly (Watch the Master)
Kant Rathod (The Lost Art of Conversation)
Keith Davies (Ice Cream)
Maria Kalogiorgi (Man Counting His Money)
Mark Heathcote (Zombie Love)
Matthew Pritchard (Homeward Bound)
Maya Simeon ( Angel Kid)
Mayur Channagere (Old and Forgotten)
Michael Callagher (Wine By The Canal)
Muge Karatas (Stop)
Natasha Bennett (Dog Walker)
Nicola Breen (water competition)
Pablo Ruiz (The Right Step)
Samantha Connolly (Only Passing Through)
Stuart Cashmore (Lonely Table)
Tony Sellen (Running in Circles)
Congratulations to Samantha Connolly, 2nd Runner Up with her image ‘Only Passing Through’.
Samantha Connolly is an amateur photographer originally from Glasgow, United Kingdom and is now living in London, United Kingdom. Her passion is reportage and portraiture. She has been nominated and commended in several international awards including the Sony World Photography Awards and the Photography Masters Cup.
Congratulations to Matthew Pritchard, 1st Runner Up with his image ‘Homeward Bound’.
When I first saw this structure, I thought it would make an interesting shot but the light wasn’t quite right. I returned about an hour later. I approached from the front and this man was bathing in beautiful golden light. I hurried around to the back to capture the shadow.
Matthew Pritchard has been carrying a camera around with him since the early days of digital. While he still shoots digital, he has recently discovered analogue and develops his own black and white images.
Congratulations to Daniel Bradley, our Best in Show Winner 2018.
Daniel Bradley is a photography graduate who focuses his work on using lighting in the streets to produce impacting and powerful images that form an atmosphere for the viewer.
Taken Canary Wharf, the image looks to express the loneliness and isolation we can feel. It shows how even in a vastly populated area surrounded by people we can still feel alone and in the dark.
A big thank you to our judge Filip Gierlinski and to everyone who attended our Private View on 16 May 2018.
Street photography is the observation of juxtaposition and humour, capturing the quirky moments of life in an everyday urban environment. It depicts the relationship between people v. architecture and how they live in and use the space.
You can see Filip’s Best in Show, runners up and honourable mentions at our Festival 17-19 May and on our Facebook page.
Featured Festival Photographer:
We will also be exhibiting the winners and runners up in our cities/water photography competition at this month’s Festival. Leah Oates is from Brooklyn, New York and her image received an honourable mention.
You can see her image at the Festival 17-19 May