Master Photography Awards 2017/2018 Silver Awards

Established in 1952, the Master Photographers Association (MPA) are one of the longest standing photographic associations in British history. We pride ourselves on our expertise and care about our members’ photographic journey of excellence. We understand your needs and value them too.
As the UK’s leading qualification body exclusively for the professional wedding, portrait and commercial photographer the MPA encourage professional photographers of all levels to join the Association.
The Master Photographers Association is run by photographers for photographers who have many years of experience behind them. Our team is committed to sharing knowledge and experiences to help guide you.

Overseas Portrait Photographer of the Year – Roger Tan
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UK Portrait Photographer of the Year – Alex Fletcher
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Overseas Wedding Photographer of the Year – Ya Zhuo
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UK Wedding Photographer of the Year – Andrew Emming
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Master Photography Awards 2017/2018
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UK Photographer of the Year – Panikos Hajistilly

Panikos Hajistilly, with a successful studio in Winchmore Hill, has long been held in high regard by photographic colleagues before gaining his AMPA in 2016. Now his recognition is capped off with the title of Master Photographer of the Year 2017/18, won with these five images – the highest scoring aggregate in the MPA’s annual awards held in October.

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PANIKOS WINS MPA’S BIG TITLE
Variety and quality wins out for North London portrait and wedding all-rounder

more at MPA

The William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize

Congratulations to Polixeni Papapetrou – winner of the William & Winifred Bowness Photography Prize!

Delphi 2016, from the series Eden
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Robin WILLIAMS
Hazy lazy days 2017, from the series A year at the beach
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Peter BARNES
Sellicks Beach, south end, twilight 2017
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Robert HAGUE
Kim Kim 2016
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Nasim NASR
Forty pages no. 5 2016, from the series Forty pages 1–5
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Jill ORR & Christina SIMONS
Antipodean epic – night dust 2015–16, from the series Antipodean epic
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Established in 2006 to promote excellence in photography, the annual William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize is an initiative of the MGA Foundation. The Bowness Photography Prize has quickly become Australia’s most coveted photography prize. It is also one of the country’s most open prizes for photography. In the past, finalists have included established and emerging photographers, art and commercial photographers. All film-based and digital work from amateurs and professionals is accepted. There are no thematic restrictions.
On behalf of the MGA Foundation and the judging panel – architect, art patron and academic Corbett Lyon, artist and educator Dr Susan Fereday and MGA Senior Curator Stephen Zagala – MGA is thrilled to announce the 2017 finalists

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The Seventh Annual EXPOSURE Photography Award | A Global Celebration of the Image

Presenting the winners of The Exposure Award 2017.
Grand-prize winner Christian Werner/Zeitenspiegel

“Road to Ruin”
With the fall of Aleppo, the regime of Bashar Assad once again controls the country’s second-largest city. But is reconciliation possible in the country? This series depicts a journey through the dictator’s state.
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The Seventh Annual EXPOSURE Photography Award | A Global Celebration of the Image
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Winning Images from the Photo NightScape Awards 2017

We are pleased to present the winners of the Photo NightScape Awards 2017, organized by the French non-profit Chasseurs de Nuits. This new edition has once again seen the most beautiful nocturnal landscapes and timelapses of the whole world confront eachother.
More info: chasseursdenuits.eu

Nightscape | Milky Way Road, Iran – Massoud Ghadirifar / Pna
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In Town | Moon Shines On Paradise Town, Italy – Asit Apornsupavit / Pna
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Nightscape | Human, Milky Way, Moon And Venus Conjunction, Peru – Camilo Andrés Jaramillo Slva / Pna
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Nightscape | Northern Lights On Lofoten Beach, Norway – Angélique Michel
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Nightscape 1st Prize | Papalanthus Wildflower And Milky Way, Brazil – Mario Cabral / Pna
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Meet The Winners Of The Photo Nightscape Awards 2017
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The AIPP Epson State Awards

The AIPP EPSON State Awards, be challenged, be inspired and to take your photography to the next level. Congratulations on taking the leap into the world of photography awards. Here we have paved the path brick by brick to help make your journey as smooth as possible. Good luck!

Landscape photographer Adam Williams has been named overall winner at The 2017 AIPP NSW AUSTRALIAN EPSON Professional Photography Awards
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Illustrative photographer Lisa Saad has been named overall winner at The 2017 AIPP VICTORIAN EPSON Professional Photography Awards
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Pet/Animal photographer Ken Drake has been named overall winner at The 2017 AIPP QUEENSLAND EPSON Professional Photography Awards
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Landscape photographer Aaron Dowling has been named overall winner at The 2017 AIPP WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EPSON Professional Photography Awards
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Illustrative photographer Andrew McConachy has been named overall winner at The 2017 AIPP TASMANIAN EPSON Professional Photography Awards
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Navin Chandra – 2017 AIPP Northern Territory Emerging Photographer of the Year
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Ignacio Palacios APP M.Photog. – 2017 AIPP NSW Science Wildlife and Wild Places Professional Photographer of the Year
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Pamela Jennings APP – 2017 AIPP Western Australian Science Wildlife and Wild Places Professional Photographer of the Year
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Elizabeth Reeves APP AAIPP – 2017 AIPP Queensland Highest Scoring Print
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The AIPP Epson State Awards
more at the Australian Institute Of Professional Photography

Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards

The Grand Prize Winner Photographer of the Year Award goes to Sebastian Tomada of New York City, USA for his entry Children of Qayyarah. First, Second and Third Place Photographers of the Year Awards go to Brendan O Se of Cork, Ireland for his image Dock Worker, Yeow-Kwang Yeo of Singapore for his entry of The Performer and Kuanglong Zhang of Shenzhen, China for his image The City Palace.

David Hayes
1st Place – Still Life
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Gabriel Ribeiro
1st Place – Portrait
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Paddy Chao
1st Place – Architecture
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Aaron Sandberg
1st Place – Nature
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Jen Pollack Bianco
1st Place – Travel
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Magali Chesnel
1st Place – Trees
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Grand Prize Winner, Photographer of the Year
Sebastiano Tomada
iPhone 6s
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Winners of the 2017 iPhone Photography Awards
more at IPPAWARDS