Photography News Issue 47

Photography News | Issue 47 |



Best Street

Winner Neetha Atukorale, The fishmonger 1/200sec at f/4.5, ISO3200 This image is of a market trader for Sussex Fish in BoroughMarket. He caught my eye as he was full of character and perfectly embodied the stoic determination of traders at BoroughMarket following the incident earlier in the year. We built up an instant rapport and he was so willing to engage and allowme to capture his personality.

Neetha’s shot had instant impact. I love the lighting, the pose and the glint in the chap’s eyes. Great rapport with the subject too Will Cheung


the crowds and explore a little. This woman was totally oblivious to the fact I was shooting her being deep in conversation on her phone. I love the colours in the shot and the random food container on the floor. BELOWMartin Janes, Last one out the office 1/160sec at f/4.5, ISO 10,000 I was just lining up to take a picture of the escalator when this late night office worker came down. I had just enough time to get one shot while he was in a good position on the escalator. No time to think too much about the shot really. I like the way he is looking up in wonderment at the building.

ABOVE Thomas Heaton, Tories out 1/500sec at ƒ/2.8, ISO 800

ABOVE AndrewMoss, You’re being watched 1/350 at f/8, ISO 400 On leaving the Barbican, I spotted this couple sitting in a pub just inside a huge window. They were quite oblivious of the outside world and the late afternoon sun was streaming in, giving great light. We had a judge at our club last season who, on seeing an image of a deer in Richmond Park, said, “Not another stag picture,” so, if nothing else, I had to take one for use next season!

The air was filled with passion and anger as people from all walks of life joined the protest against our government. This small child, our future generation, represents what is so important to our communities; protecting the future for generations to come. ABOVE, FAR RIGHT Stuart Smith, Ciggytime 1/180sec at f/6.4, ISO 200 Camden was so busy on the Saturday during Photo 24 I decided to take myself away from

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