Oxford School of Photography

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Black & White Photographer of the Year

The Printspace 74 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DL

is showing the results of the Black and White Photography Magazine photographer of the year. Here is some information

We’re proud to exhibit the winning entries from the prestigious Black+White Photographer of the Year 2011 competition!

The annual competition is organised by Black+White Photography, a magazine for everyone who’s passionate about monochrome photography. Binh Trinh’s set of three nudes has won him the prestigious title in this year’s competition which attracted thousands of images. There were also winners in the Single Image categories, where entrants had to submit images on the themes of Land, City, Journey, War, Home, Technology, Time and People. The winner of the Young Black+White Photographer of the Year award will also be exhibited in the show.”

All winners in detail:

Black+White Photographer of the Year 2011: Binh Trin (New Zealand)
Young Black+White Photographer of the Year: Kat Waters (Epsom, UK)
Home: Madelene Collins (Blackrock, Ireland)
Land: Paul Schot (Vienna, Austria),
City: Andrew Jones (County Kilkenny, Ireland)
Journey: Sheppard Keller (Uxbridge, UK)
Technology: Les Forrester (UK)
Time: Artur Sikora (Dublin, Ireland)
Work: Irmina Banak (Leicester, UK)
People: Rafa Uniszewski (Bognor, UK)

Congratulations to Binh Trinh from New Zealand who is the overall winner and information concerning this photographer is scattered over the web but hard to pin down with regard to his winning portfolio, this site seems to offer some detail of the wedding photography offered but most information is here

We run a Black and White digital photography course, the next date will be in the spring of 2012

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