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Newspaper of the Year : 2011 Newspaper of the Year
Photograph of the Year National & Metropolitan 1. Winner Phil Hillyard, The Daily Telegraph, “The Sports Portraits” Judges’ comments Judges’ comments Mastery of the technical aspects of location lighting is peerless. Strong display of the control of the fundamental ingredient of photography: Light Each portrait demonstrates creativity in arguably the most challenging of genre .The Portrait. Each portrait reveals a part of each subject’s individual personality. All human are unique in their own way, and these pictures illustrate that very point beautifully.” Highly Commended Mark Dadswell, Getty Images, » “Delhi Marathon” Jason South, The Age , » “Still Got It” Quinn Rooney, Getty Images, » “AFL Victory” Michael Dodge, Herald Sun, » “Serving It Up” Doug Sherring, Getty Images, » “Set The Record” Highly Commended Justin Brierty, Centralian Advocate, » “The Bulldogs” Shawn Smits, Moorabool Weekly, » “Watch Out” Kate Healy, Wimmera Mail-Times, » “Cultures Combine” Paul Loughman – Diamond Valley Leader, » “Charly Wins Gold” Photograph of the Year Regional, Suburban & Rural Judges’ comments A beautifully captured photograph. While I have seen these types of shots before, I have never seen one that captures the beauty of the water in this way. It is a technically excellent shot and because of its dynamic nature, made this a winner for me.” SPORT 1. Winner Andrew Ritchie, Western Suburbs Weekly, “Swimmer” 19 AWARDS SHOWCASE PHOTOGRAPHY PANPA 2011 Newspaper of the Year Awards