British Photography Awards Shortlisted Images
Very happy to share that for the second year running, the judges of the prestigious British Photography Awards have chosen two of my photographs for the award’s shortlist. This means that these two images are now eligible for the People’s Choice Awards and open to a public vote.
If you like either (or both!) my photographs, I would greatly appreciate your vote. You may vote vote for one image in each category. No registration is needed and it’s literally one click to cast your vote.
To vote for this documentary image, please visit: https://www.britishphotographyawards.org/2021-shortlist/documentary/opera-for-her-neighbours-soprano-julieth-lozano/979d283f-4040-428e-a169-05fe87e3c6cf
This image was made using my Lumix S1R and Lumix S Pro 16-35mm f4.0 lens. The raw image was processed in LightRoom and finished in Exposure Software’s X5.
To vote for this wedding image, please visit: https://www.britishphotographyawards.org/2021-shortlist/wedding/i-do/8a324a40-0340-443f-a0a4-4d46e80d477f
This image was made using my Lumix S1R and Lumix S Pro 50mm f1.4. The raw image was processed in LightRoom and finished in Exposure Software’s X5.
One of the great things about these awards is the entry fee is donated to a range of charities. I’m happy to have donated the entry fee for all of my images to a phenomenal organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctor’s Without Borders).
Many congratulations to all the shortlisted photographers and my thanks to the judges for their hard work. Huge thanks also to all those who have voted in the People’s Choice for the shortlisted images.