Image of the Year 2013

Bellarine Peninsula based photographer Kyle Simpson judged the 2013 Image of the Year Competition on Saturday 6 July 2013. Kyle specialises in long exposure, low light and night photography, doing most of his work at sunrise and sunset, although he does have other strings to his bow.  Kyle exhibits and sells his photographs through the Bell Street Printworks and Gallery in Torquay.

Congratulations to this year’s award winners.

Aggregate Awards

Large Prints – A Grade
Winner – Barry Feldman
Runner Up – Ian Creek

Large Prints – B Grade
Winner – Roy Phillips
Runner Up – Bob Zanker

Small Prints – A Grade
Winner – Ian Creek
Runner Up – Barry Feldman

Small Prints – B Grade
Winner – Sophie Lapsley
Runner Up – Raven Moffitt

Projected Images – A Grade
Winner – Barry Feldman
Runners Up – Jack Jansen & Wayne Harris

Projected Images – B Grade
Winner – Donna Cockfield
Runner Up – Peter Rushbrook

Set Subjects
Winner – Cecily McCarthy
Runner Up – Jack Jansen

Most Improved
Donna Cockfield

Nadia Paul, Tim McCarthy and Sophie Lapsley were promoted to A Grade

Large Print of the Year – A Grade

Glen Helen Gorge – Barry Feldman

Large Print of the Year – A Grade – Runner Up

Light of the Storm – Barry Feldman

Large Print of the Year – B Grade

A Sign of Ages Past – Bob Zanker

Large Print of the Year – B Grade Runner Up

Smokey – Bob Zanker

Small Print of the Year – A Grade

By The Light Of The Silvery Moon – Ian Creek

Small Print of the Year – A Grade – Runner Up

My China Doll – Ian Creek

Small Print of the Year – B Grade

No Award

Projected Image of the Year – A Grade

BaleJumper – Barry Feldman

Projected Image of the Year – A Grade – Runner Up

Farmland Spectrum – Barry Feldman

Projected Image of the Year – B Grade

Covert Op – Nadia Paul

Projected Image of the Year – B Grade – Runner Up

Creepy – Tim McCarthy

Monochrome Image of the Year

The Cat Empire – Lisa Kenny

Monochrome Image of the Year – Runner Up

Victoria Harbour – Stephen Paul

Landscape Image of the Year

Ormiston Gorge Reflections – Wayne Harris