Image of the Year 2012

Robert Groom judged the 2012 Image of the Year on Saturday July 7. Robert is a freelance photographer based in Kyneton, in the Macedon Ranges region and also works as an educator through his supporting business, Brave Frog – Photography + IT.  He is actively involved in many photographic organisations and he is regularly invited to speak at meetings and seminars. He is an Accredited Member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) and a Life Member of The Melbourne Camera Club, in recognition of his ongoing contribution as coordinator and leading teacher of the club’s very popular ’Introduction to Photography’ course since 1995.

This year’s winners were:

Large Print of the Year

Lisa Kenny – “Flamingo”

Small Print of the Year

Wayne Harris – “Reed Reflections”

Projected Image of the Year

Ian Creek – “The Window”

Annual Aggregate Awards

Large Prints
Winner: Ian Creek
Runner Up: Jack Jansen

Small Prints
Winner: Ian Creek
Runner Up: Sophie Lapsley

Projected Images
Winner: Lisa Kenny
Runner Up: Barry Feldman

Set Subject
Winner: Barry Feldman
Runner Up: Cecily McCarthy

Landscape Award
Barry Feldman

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