2010 AIPP Epson NSW Professional Photography Awards
The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) has announced the winners of the 2010 AIPP Epson NSW Professional Photography Awards for NSW.
Winners were selected from 164 prints submitted by 102 of the state’s top professional photographers. Entries were individually critiqued and scored via a scrupulous peer-review judging process involving some of Australia’s best photographers. The category winners for the 2010 AIPP Epson NSW Professional Photography Awards are:
- 2010 NSW AIPP PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR – Winner: Peter Eastway, Collaroy
- 2010 NSW AIPP ILLUSTRATIVE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR – Winner: Charles Foulsham, Double Bay
- 2010 NSW AIPP COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR – Winner: Peter Eastway, Collaroy
- 2010 NSW AIPP WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR – Winner: Tim Pascoe, Mona Vale
- 2010 NSW AIPP PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER OF
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THE YEAR – Winner: John Coxon, Kotara South
- 2010 NSW AIPP LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR – Winner: Peter Eastway, Collaroy
- 2010 NSW AIPP CREATIVE
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AWARD – Winner: Liisa Kuisma, Blue Mountains
- 2010 NSW AIPP
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Photography Album Of The Year – Winner: Ryan Schembri, Pyrmont
HENRY TALBOT AWARD for services to the Photographic Industry – Winner: Jackie Dean, Epping
Winning images can be viewed at a free public exhibition at L&P Digital Photography, 96 Reserve Road, Artarmon. The exhibition is open between 9 am and 5 pm daily from Tuesday 6th April to Friday 30th April.