Winners of 24 hours in Bristol photography competition revealed
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We showcase some of the beautiful photography captured by entrants
Photographers who were challenged to capture the best of Bristol on camera have been recognised with a set of awards.The winners of this year’s 24 Hours in Bristol photography competition were revealed at Bristol’s Harbourside Arts Centre. The annual event is open to anyone with a camera or mobile phone and involves entrants being randomly allocated an hour of the day or night in which they must take at least one photograph
The winners were:
1ST PRIZE - Bristol’s Energy by Paolo Ferla from Bath.
2ND PRIZE - All Together Now by Joshua Perritt from Bishopston.
3RD PRIZE - Two Priests by Thomas Boot from Clevedon.
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THE FUJIFILM PRIZE FOR THE BEST IMAGE TAKEN WITH A MOBILE PHONE was won by Stuart Lees from Bedminster for his early morning shot Cycle Path taken in the 7-8am time slot.
THE FOTOSPEED PRIZE FOR THE BEST PANORAMIC IMAGE was won by another of Joshua Perrett’s photographs, On a High.