2013 Professional Photographer of the Year Shortlist

top 20 in the News & street photography categories

Stop The War Coalition's anti war rally. Trafalgar Square. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

Stop The War Coalition’s anti war rally. Trafalgar Square. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

Happy to share I just found out that I’m in the top 20 news pictures of the Professional Photographer of the Year, 2013 competition. The image is one I shot a few years ago at an anti-war demonstration. Having covered many demos during my career, this is most definitely not a typical type of demo shot, so for me has always been a favourite of that genre. Really pleased that the jury of the competition felt likewise!

Update:

Have just found out that I have a second image in the shortlist; this image is in the Street Photography category. Needless to say, I’m delighted and touched to have two images chosen to be in the shortlist of this competition.

Love Your Job: A heavy downpour of rain soaks pedestrians as they pass an illuminated advertising sign saying "Love Your Job". Hammersmith, London. January 14, 2011. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

Love Your Job: A heavy downpour of rain soaks pedestrians as they pass an illuminated advertising sign saying “Love Your Job”. Hammersmith, London. January 14, 2011. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

The results will be announced on November 21st, so please keep you fingers crossed if you like the photograph. Thanks 🙂

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