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The British Photography Awards Shortlist 2019

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Two Images Shortlisted In The British Photography Awards

I’m thrilled to share that two of my images from 2018 have been shortlisted in the British Photography Awards 2019. The images are finalists in the Street Photography and Portrait categories.

There is a People’s Choice Award, and the shortlist is now open for the public vote! So, if you like either of my images, or any of the others, you can cast your vote (one vote per category only, with no registration involved, so just one click!). I would thoroughly appreciate if you would share this post amongst your friends and social media too!

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Twice The Fun. A child runs around whilst bathed in rays of sunlight in the turbine hall. Tate Modern, during a heat wave bank holiday. Bankside, London, UK. May 06, 2018. Photo: Edmond Terakopian

To vote for the above image, please visit: “Twice The Fun” and click on VOTE.


Windrush Passenger. Alford Gardner, one of the few surviving Windrush passengers, from the 1948 SS Empire Windrush, which left Jamaica bound for Britain. Portrait photographed by the River Thames, South Bank, London, UK. May 25, 2018. Photo: Edmond Terakopian

To vote for the above image, please visit: “Windrush Passenger” and click on VOTE.

I’d like to thank the judges for putting together the shortlisted images and also congratulate the other shortlisted photographers for some truly spectacular images.

Technical Info

For those interested in the equipment used, both images were shot using a Panasonic Lumix G9. The running child was shot using a Leica DG 50-200mm f2.8-4.0 lens and the portrait was shot using a Leica DG 25mm Summilux. Both images were shot in raw and processed in Adobe Lightroom, with the final black and white treatment being completed using Alienskin Exposure X3.