Well well well, here’s our fabulous line up of judges for the spring awards, all three have been winners in previous rounds – As always, we are super keen to reward our community, so who better to judge than those who won last time?
Don’t forget to enter HERE, the deadline for submissions is midnight UK time on Thursday 4th April 2019. And if you win you might even be chosen to judge in a future round of awards!
Don’t forget the top 3 win the amazing prizes below too:
1st place – Pixellu SmartAlbums with cloud proofing
2nd place – Pixellu SmartAlbums
3rd place – Pixellu SmartSlides Pro licence (12 months)
Important – You may enter any photograph taken within the last 2 years.
We wish you all the very best of luck, we can’t wait to see your work!
Esther WildI’m Esther, I’ve been taking photos since the age of 10 but only started taking it seriously when my children were born. I’m a quiet person and was pushed kicking and screaming into wedding photography where I thought I’d have to be loud and authoritative, but my approach of just following what happens seems to work for everyone. And I love observing and capturing the day as it naturally unfolds whether I’m peeking around a corner at a teary-eyed quiet moment, or squeezing into the middle of a packed dance floor. When I’m not working on awesome weddings you’ll find me behind a sewing machine, decorating, or walking the dog.
Barnaby StanilandI’m Barney, I’m a documentary wedding photographer based in Oakham, don’t worry, most people haven’t heard of it either. I started full time wedding photography a couple of years ago after being a part time family photographer for a while. I always tell my couples to just enjoy their day and I’ll follow them around and take some cool pictures. I actively hunt out people crying, laughing or doing something silly/dangerous. I’m super sarcastic, probably swear a little too much, but absolutely feel honoured to be a part of such an important day.
Andrew KeherMeme-lover. Known troll. Bit Scouse. I’ve been photographing weddings for five years. Before that I was a project manager for a commercial flooring contractor. I specialised in carpets, and those spiky bits of wood that hold carpets down. Pretty glamourous stuff… I’ve got one goal on a wedding day: taking cool pictures without getting in the way. I keep my head down and try to let the moments flow. It’s not about the photographer, it’s about the people. Our job is to document with authenticity. My favourite photos all have three things: light, moment, magic. Light to shape & define, moment to make it sing, and magic- a bit of indescribable je ne sais quoi that makes you say ahhh!
Not entered our awards before? What are you waiting for?!
Click HERE to join our community and submit your images for the winter awards.
Submission deadline – midnight UK time 4th April 2019.