It’s been a year since my previous post featuring the winners of Photographer of The Year (POTY) 2009 and just recently, Photo Radar has exclusively revealed the overall winner.
Big congrats to Jon Wright from Australia who won himself the main title which brings him £10,000 smiling back home. Jon Wright took this shot with his Canon EOS 40D and is titled Exit Wave. There are total of 30 final winning images in a number of categories winners which you’ll see after the jump. There are also a new category on the line called Portfolio category and the lucky winner for this new category is LJ. Lj receives a Canon EOS 7D Digital SLR camera with 18-135mm EF-S lens along with an invitation to submit a body of work free of charge for a Licentiateship assessment with the Royal Photographic Society. Isn’t that cool..
Those who don’t know, The Photographer of The Year is an annual photography competition opens for professionals, amateur photographers around the globe. You may submit your favorite photos on any categories tahhat suits with your photography skills and techniques. Here are the final winning images..
Fashion category Winners:
1st place, Painting by Joanna Kustra from UK. Taken with Nikon D3
2nd place, White by Joanna Kustra from UK. Taken with Nikon D3
3rd place, Untitled by Yulia Gorodinski from Israel. Taken with Canon 400D/Rebel XTi
Joy category winners:
1st place, Joy Of Nature by Nimai Chandra Ghosh from India. Taken with Nikon CoolPix L16
2nd place, The-getaway by Richard James Taylor from UK. Taken with Canon EOS 5D Mark II
3rd place, Chair-o-Planes by Andrew Rutherford from UK. Taken with Nikon D300
Landscapes category winners:
1st place, Roker Pier by Jeff Vyse from UK. Taken with Nikon D90
2nd place, The Trees Dance by Pierre Pellegrini from Switzerland. Taken with Phase One P20+
3rd place, Strike by Alisdair Miller from UAE. Taken with Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
Portraits category winners:
1st place, Aldonas History by Anna Bodnar from Poland. Taken with FUJI FinePix S5Pro
2nd place, Watchmaker by Enzo Penna from Italy. Taken with Nikon D300
3rd place, Panini Girl by Marek Tkaczyk from Poland. Taken with Nikon D300s
Britain Inspired category winners:
1st palce, Man Utd Twins by Andrew Lever from UK. Taken with Nikon D300
2nd place, Reflecting by Ben Bruce from UK. Taken with Nikon D300
3rd place, 9.20 to London by Graham Love from UK. Taken with Leica M8
Creative License category winners:
1st place, Jump by Wayne Lawes from UK. Taken with Mamiya 645AFD
2nd place, Cyborg Kiss by John Leech from UK. Taken with Nikon D300
3rd place, Wallflower by Carla Broekhuizenh from Netherlands. Taken with Nikon D300
Documentary category winners:
1st place, Scavenger In Jakarta by Joakim Behrman from UK. Taken with Nikon D300
2nd place, Superman In Cardiff by Maciej Dakowicz from UK. Taken with Canon EOS 5D Mark II
3rd place, Market Town by James Mortram from UK. Taken with Nikon D200
1st place, Ci Luk Baaaa by Andiyan Lutfi from Malaysia. Taken with Canon EOS 40D
2nd place, Movement Of Life by Buchachon Petthanya from Thailand.
3rd place, The Polar Bear by Tilly Meijer from Netherlands. Taken with Nikon D300
1st place, Journey Of Ocean Life by Kamarulzaman Russali from Malaysia.Taken with Canon EOS 7D
2nd place, Somewhere In Hungary by Zoltan Balogh from Hungary.
3rd place, Bathroom Landscape by Slawek Kozdrashy from UK. Taken with Panasonic DMC-FX01
1st place, Exit Wave by Jon Wright from Australia. Taken with Canon EOS 40D
2nd place, Fire Fighter by Buchachon Petthanya from Thailand. Taken with Canon EOS 40D
3rd place, Football Fans In The Club by Maciej Dakowicz from UK. Taken with Canon EOS 5D
Portfolio category winners:
Congratulations to all winners! Same contest opens next year, I bet some of you would love to try their luck then.. if you didn’t win, still its okay, at least you’re among other professionals and amateur around the globe who join the fun. In case you didn’t know, there is also a competition for Young Photographer of The Year, head over to browse the final winners of The Young Photographer of The Year2010.
Have fun viewing!