Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2009 – Free exhibition

Oh this exhibition looks so cool! It starts today and its FREE! 🙂 The Digital Camera Photographer of the Year competition (organised by Future Publishing) group is hosted in the Mall galleries in London (off Trafalgar Sq so you can go and visit the queen just up the road while you are there). It’s a pity it’s not on longer (since I wont be able to get there and see them in person before the 13th when it ends).

The competition features creativity from photographers of all levels from amateur to professional, from a variety of categories:

•          “This is Britain” sponsored by: SkyArts
•          “World in Motion” sponsored by: Telegraph.co.uk
•          “Man-made”
•          “Planet Earth” sponsored by Photoradar.com
•          “Destination Everywhere”
•          “Fashion”
•          “Landscapes” sponsored by: Epson
•          “People and Portraits”
•          “Black and White”
•          “Digital Vision”

With Jessops as the official partner and in association with the Royal Photographic Society, the competition, now in its sixth year has once again attracted entrants from across the globe. Obviously its the “Planet Earth” category that I’m the most interested in… Here are some of my favourites

Overall Winner and Planet Earth Winner: Partners –  Bragi J. Ingibergsson, Iceland



Planet Earth 3rd Place: My Journey Bayu Husodo, Indonesia


Landscape Winner: Abraham Lake Ice – Chip Phillips, United States



Peoples Portraits 3rd Place: Fearless – Janet Shui Kee Yim, Hong Kong



Peoples Portraits Winner: Dikke Dennis – Thomas van Beek, The Netherlands


World in motion Winner: The Pacu Jawi (cow’s race) – Muhammad Fadli, Indonesia

Digital Vision Winner: How Mountains Are Made – Sabina Dimitriu, Romania


Official info…

Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2009 – Free exhibition
Wednesday 9th December to Sunday 13th December
Mall Galleries, The Mall (near Trafalgar Sq)
For directions: http://www.mallgalleries.org.uk
£FREE 10am-5pm
For more information visit: www.photoradar.com

The lovely folks at Future Publishing allowed me to publish these images here, please respect the copyright of the photographers mentioned and don’t use their work for anything other than promoting this exhibition.



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