This month’s voted for images:-
Congratulations to Jerwin John Civil (left image) and Pascale Hustings (right image)
I entered the competition because the scope of the competition was very much in line with the type of photography I enjoy the most. I’m humbled by the honour, especially seeing the strong competition from other participants.
Angela Baschieri is a researcher, a yogini and an amateur photographer. “I entered the this photography competition to show the beauty of the Ethiopian landscape. I am very happy that others appreciate the beauty and the magic of the Ethiopian landscape as much as I do”.
You can see more of Angela’s work here.
George Digalakis was born and raised in Athens, Greece, where he still lives today. His first contact with photography was back in 1974, when he received a “Nettar” as a gift from his father. However, it was only in 2011 when he first studied photography at “Photoeidolo”, and became acquainted with classic and contemporary photographers, that he realized this medium would offer him a gateway from reality, and enable him to express his inner world.His true love for the art of photography was finally conveyed.
“The reason I took part in the competition, is the opportunity to show my work in London, one of the major cultural centers in Europe. The fact that I did win the 2nd prize, gives me confidence and is a great encouragement to continue my efforts in creating beautiful images.”
You can see more of his work here.
Congratulations to George Digalakis who is 1st Runner Up in our Landscape Photography Competition with his image ‘Trees with Birds’. You can see his image, the two runners up and the top 20 selected images at The Bridge Lounge in London from 26 September to early 2017.
Congratulations to Stian Nesoy who has won our Landscape Photography Competition with his image ‘Starry Night’. You can see his image, the two runners up and the top 20 selected images at The Bridge Lounge in London from 26 September to early 2017.
These unique ice crystals were captured on a frozen river the high mountains of Norway’s west, winter of 2016. The image was shot in the narrow window of time between the river freezing over, but before snow blanketed the landscape. All while open water was found nearby, allowing the hoarfrost conditions needed to form the crystals. Seen here the crystals were at the largest I’ve seen before snow covered them.
In order to accurately capture the scene in faint moonlight, it was necessary to capture many focus points across the scene along with varying exposure times. All of which was painstakingly put together in post processing of the image.
The top 20 photographers are: Andrea Silva, Angela Baschieri, Avinash Little, David Neve, Diego Cappella, Donna Richardson, George Digalakis, Joanna Fenning, Jodie House, Max Mann, Nicolas Lopez, Philip Moore, Richard Harris, Sandra Wilks, Stephen Knight, Stian Nesoy, Teng Ruen Ban, Thomas Hancock, Vaibhav Kaul and Viktoryia Vinnikava.
You can see these wonderful images from 26 September – early 2017.