Nikon D3 Users Win British Press Awards
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Nikon UK has announced that the ‘Sports Photographer of the Year’ and the ‘Photographer of the Year’ awards both went to photographers using the Nikon D3. Dickie Pelham of The Sun won the former, while the latter was awarded to Stephan Rousseau of PA Photos for his photographs that “sum up the British political year brilliantly”. Dickie Pelham won the ‘Sports Photographer of the Year’ for the fourth consecutive year, but it was only one year ago that he switched back to Nikon.
Nikon Press Release
NIKON USERS SWEEP THE BOARD AT BRITISH PRESS AWARDS 2009
Nikon UK is delighted to announce that leading sports photographers, Dickie Pelham and Stephan Rousseau, picked up awards for the two Nikon sponsored photography categories at the British Press Awards earlier this month.
Whilst the awards ceremony was a momentous occasion for both Pelham and Rousseau, it was equally significant for Nikon in that both award-winning portfolios were shot using Nikon’s professional equipment. Having been involved with the British Press Awards for some years, Jeremy Gilbert, Group Marketing Manager at Nikon UK says: “Nikon is delighted to be associated with such outstanding photography and is especially pleased to see that Nikon is once again the choice of press photographers thanks to the outstanding performance of our professional range.”
Judges described Dickie Pelham of The Sun, winner of the ‘Sports Photographer of the Year’ award for the fourth year in a row, as having an impressive ability to capture unique moments of sporting drama. Pelham’s image of world champion boxer, Joe Calzaghe was described by judges as a “cheeky, witty” image that “captured a moment in a sport which can often be the hardest to get”.
Dickie Pelham, a Nikon D3 digital SLR professional camera user comments: “I’m over the moon to have won the award against such stiff competition and feel it is a symbolic achievement considering it is almost a year to the day that I switched back to using Nikon – a decision I didn’t take lightly but have never looked back on.”
Winner of the ‘Photographer of the Year’ category, Stephan Rousseau of PA Photos, also used Nikon D3 cameras to capture his portfolio of images that were said to “sum up the British political year brilliantly”. Judges explained that the images of leading figure heads, such as Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Harriet Harman captured poignant moments that demonstrated Rousseau’s “flair and originality”.
For more information about Nikon’s range of professional cameras, as used by leading award winning photographers, Dickie Pelham and Stephan Rousseau, please visit: www.nikon.co.uk