IPA Honourable Mentions

Four Honourable Mentions In the International Photography Awards

Images taken from the IPA website.

Images taken from the IPA website.

Thrilled to share some good news! Three of my images and one video have all received Honourable Mentions in the IPAs ahead of the final announcement on November 2nd.

Here are the images and video honoured by the IPA:

Sunset run,  This image was shot on an Olympus OM-D E-M1 camera and Olympus M.Zuiko 25mm f1.8 lens. Margate Sands, Kent. April 15, 2014. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

Sunset run, This image was shot on an Olympus OM-D E-M1 camera and Olympus M.Zuiko 25mm f1.8 lens. Margate Sands, Kent. April 15, 2014. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

A magical London sunset. This image was shot on a Leica M9 and Leica 28mm Summicron lens. May 21, 2014. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

A magical London sunset. This image was shot on a Leica M9 and Leica 28mm Summicron lens. May 21, 2014. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

Sunset over west London. This image was shot on a Fujifilm X100s. April 29, 2014. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

Sunset over west London. This image was shot on a Fujifilm X100s. April 29, 2014. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

 

5 responses to “IPA Honourable Mentions

  1. Congratulations!! I especially love the sunset run 🙂 but all are eyecatching.

  2. Lovely work! Now, what made you choose a different camera for each one?

    • Thanks 🙂 I have a selection of cameras which I work with and each has their strengths. I shoot with Canon DSLRs for fast breaking news work and the rare sports assignment, because of their speed. However, the size and weight makes them cumbersome to work with and they are not subtle. The Fuji X100s is my walkabout camera; small and extremely capable. The Olympus OM-D E-M1 is superb and is over taking more and more what I would traditionally use my much bigger and heavier DSLRs for. It’s size and high quality lenses nicely works alongside and compliment my Leica rangefinders (a camera system I have been using since 1989 – first the film versions and now digital), which are my most used cameras. Small, subtle and stunning quality.

      • For a long time I have used the Panasonic GH series. I love the discrete size and extensive flexibility of the wide range of lenses available. When i have to work with Canon or Nikon now, it feels like I’m 20 years out of date.

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