Memorable Moments Photography Competition

May 6, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Competitions | 3 Comments |
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The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP) has announced the winners of its Memorable Moments photography competition. The photo 'Cheers' (above) by Jon Philpott from Oxford, England was chosen as the winner out of over 170 entries. Sophie Callahan came in second, and John Wood won third place in the contest.

SWPP Press Release

Memorable Moments Photography Competition

We are delighted to announce the winner of The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers’ Memorable Moments Photography Competition.

Jon Philpott from Oxford, England image entitled “Cheers” was chosen as the winner out of over 170 entries.

He explains that the image was taken in Cornbury Park Estate, Oxfordshire, and captured on a Canon 5D III on a Sigma 35mm 1.4 lens.

Jon has won 12 months membership to The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers.

Phil Jones the Societies CEO says “Jon's photograph certainly captures a memorable moment at this particular wedding. The image has been well timed to show the toast during the speeches in a photojournalistic style.”

The runners up Sophie Callahan and John Wood’s both receive 6 months membership to The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers.

1st place Jon Philpott - http://www.swpp.co.uk/memor/entries-7.htm

2nd place Sophie Callahan - http://www.swpp.co.uk/memor/entries-8.htm

3rd place - John Wood http://www.swpp.co.uk/memor/entries-9.htm

Don’t forget to check out our new competition “Newborn” http://www.swpp.co.uk/newborn/



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#1 BlackBox

And the much coveted Best Drunk Uncle Award from the Society of Puking Guests and Nude Dancing Photography goes to...

Disgusting winner photo!!!

7:42 am - Wednesday, May 7, 2014

#2 Laura

Great blog! I'm sure he is deserving for these award. He is such a great contributor to photography industry.

11:43 am - Tuesday, May 13, 2014

#3 Kyle

One of the reasons why Photography industry continue to grow is because of these inspiring photographers.

5:38 pm - Thursday, May 15, 2014