The Photographic Angle

The Photographic Angle
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The photographic angle promotes education of the public in the art and science of photography by staging exhibitions and by working with professional, student and amateur photographers

Architecture Competition Results

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1st

Adonis Stevenson, Looking Sharp

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2nd

Linda Walker, Lines

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3rd

Keith Britton, Silence Of St Marks

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Highly Commended

  • Keith Millard, Reaching Skywards
  • Peter Downs, New Building Amble
  • John Timbrell, Caixa Gallery Stairs Madrid
  • Diane Griffiths, The London Eye


Competition Judge:

Nick Akers

Competition Judge - Nick Akers

About Nick Akers

Nick is a retired corporate communications and marketing manager having worked in senior positions in the telecommunications and energy industries. He lives in Norfolk.

He has been making pictures for 50 years having started out with a Kodak Instamatic when he was 12 years old. Although having successfully moved from darkroom to the digital environment, he does still use a medium format film camera from time to time. He has been involved in and competed at local camera clubs since the 1970s and is the Competition Secretary and Vice Chairman of North Norfolk Photographic Society and a camera club judge on the East Anglian Federation of Photographical Societies circuit.

Although experimenting with many genres of photography his first love is monochromatic images that capture the light and atmosphere of the British landscape and also in photographing macro natural history subjects. He actively participates in national and international exhibitions.

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The Photographic Angle (TPA) is a company limited by guarantee, registered with Companies House in London (number 07063537) and is a charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales (number 1135750). TPA advances education for the public benefit, in particular in the art and science of photography and its theory and practice, partly by holding exhibitions of photography freely accessible to the public. .

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