Photography News issue 28


Photography News Issue 28


Shoot survival towin


Entry to Survival International’s 2016 Photography contest is now open. This annual contest aims to raise awareness of tribal people, their ways of life and the factors that threaten their existence. Amateur and professional photographers are eligible and there are three categories: Guardians, Community and Survival. Please see the website for more details on the themes and the rules of entry. Enter this year’s Survival contest at thewebaddressbelow. The closing date for entries is 30 April and the 12 winning images will be published in Survival’s 2017 calendar with the overall winner’s image on the front cover. The 2016 calendar is still available priced £11.99 from the online shop. photography

South Downs winners

Piers Fearick won first prize in the South Downs National Park photo contest 2015-16 and with it a cash prizeof£350.Hispicturefeaturesthe famous cottages at Cuckmere Haven and it is the unusual treatment of

themuch-photographed subject that attracted the judges. Second prize of £150 went to Martin Offer and third prize went to Rhian White. The winning pictures plus four commended images will

now go forward to the people’s vote on the website. The winner of this vote (it ends 28 January) receives a prize of £100.

With the chance of being called a Hasselblad Master and a new camera to be presented at a lavish ceremony, you can see why the Hasselblad Masters contest is one of the world’s prestigious photo competitions. Check out the ten winning images on the Hasselblad website – John Paul Evans won the wedding category with the above image. Ten new Masters revealed in prestigious annual competition Hasselblad winners announced

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