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The Societies' Photographer Of The Year Awards Winners Announced

The Societies announce Photographer of the Year Awards 2015 winners.

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Chris Chambers

The Societies are pleased to announce the overall winners of their Monthly Image Competition.

Chris Chambers from Castleford, West Yorkshire was awarded the coveted Photographer of the Year by The Societies during the Awards Dinner at their annual Convention. Over four hundred guests were present at the Awards Dinner in London on Saturday January 23 2016.

The judges commented, “This decisive moment has been superbly captured, in this fast-paced moment. It’s a staggeringly good shot that we all wished we had captured.”

The competition is a truly international success with entrants from all four corners of the globe entering monthly.

In addition to receiving his trophy Chris also walked away with a Fujifilm X-T1 Camera with XF 56mm f/1.2 lens and a fully paid ticket to the WPPI Convention in Las Vegas with a flight and 5 nights accommodation to the value of £3,200.00.

Chris Chambers

Winning image © Chris Chambers

The Societies' Awards 2015 winners

  • The Societies' Photographer of the Year 2015 - Chris Chambers, UK
  • The Societies' 2nd Place Photographer of the Year 2015- Vagelis Giotopolous, Greece
  • The Societies' 3rd Photographer of the Year 2015 - Laima Kavaliauskaite, Lithuania
  • Advertising and Commercial - Richard Bradbury, UK
  • Architectural - Chris Blaser, Switzerland
  • Boudoir and Beauty - Laima Kavaliauskaite, Lithuania
  • Bump to Baby - Jocelyn Conway, UK
  • Children - Stephanie Belton, UK
  • Digital Art - Audrey Kelly, UK
  • Events - Paul Karaolides, UK
  • Fashion - Dzerinaldas Lukosius, Ireland
  • Landscape - Hardik Pandya, UK
  • Macro and Close-up - Anne Algar, UK
  • Media and Documentary - Jackie Au, Canada
  • Monochrome - Neenad Arul, India
  • Nature - Kutub Uddin, UK
  • Open Avant Garde - Roberto Falck, USA
  • Pet Portraiture - Tracy Willis, UK
  • Pictorial and Fine Art - Kenny Ferguson, UK
  • Portraiture Avant Garde - Patricia Taylor, UK
  • Portraiture Environmental - Lindsay Dobson, UK
  • Portraiture Studio - Laima Kavaliauskaite, Lithuania
  • Sports - Sofie Louca, UK
  • Street Photography - Paul Bucknall, UK
  • Travel - Peter Jones, UK
  • Wedding Avant Garde - Gytis Sacikauskas, Lithuania
  • Wedding Photojournalistic - Vagelis Giotopolous, Greece
  • Wedding Classical - Mauro Cantelmi, Australia
  • Wildlife - Chris Chambers, UK
  • Highest Gold Award - Terry Donnelly, UK

For full details on The Societies’ Photographer of the Year Awards 2015 please check out the website.


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sitan1 Plus
12 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2016 9:51AM
WoW no wonder he won, that is a truly astonishing capture.
So well deserved.
Why cant I take pictures like that lol
Cymrucwtch 5 55 Wales
29 Jan 2016 2:56PM
Could be interesting to read an article on how this was captured.

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