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Friday 26 December 2014

Northern Ireland's top photographers honoured at PPANI awards

Avant Garde Winner - Maria Campbell
Avant Garde Winner - Maria Campbell
Avant Garde Winner - Maria Campbell
Classical & Overall Wedding Winner - Maria Campbell
Family Portrait Winner - Simon O'Neill
Fashion & Overall Photographer of the Year Winner - Ciaran O'Neill
Father & son by John Taggart
Open & Overall Portrait Winner - Marie Allen
Under 5 Portrait Winner - Marie Allen
Pictorial Winner - John O'Neill
Storybook Wedding Winner - Martin Campbell
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'New Generation Scarred' by Justin Kernoghan, 3rd place in the News category.
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Stand Off' by Peter Morrison, 2nd place in the News category.
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Adams Under Attack' by Justin Kernoghan, 1st place in the Politics category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Cornered' by Jim Corr, 1st place in the News category.
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Friends Reunited' by Colm O'Reilly, 2nd place in the Politics category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Here's to you, Mrs Robinson' by Charles McQuillan, 3rd place in the Politics category
Pacemaker Press 20/12/09 Alan Tipping takes time out in the snow at Stormont as snow falls across Northern Ireland Yesterday Pic Colm Lenaghan/ Pacemaker
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'On the Nose' by Charles McQuillan, 1st in the Sports Action category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Ring of Bright Water' by John McVitty, 2nd in the Sports Action category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Heart Break Hill' by Peter Morrison, 3rd in the Sports Action category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Mucked to the Eyeballs' by Jim Corr, 1st in the Sports Feature category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Givin Cheek To The Ref' by Margaret McLaughlin, 2nd in the Sports Feature category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Folks on the Hill' by Jim Corr, 3rd in the Sports Feature category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Ducking and Diving' by Justin Kernoghan, 1st in the Features category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Rainman' by Declan Roughan, 2nd in the Features category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Apparition' by Peter Morrison, 3rd in the Features category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Taking the Lead' by Simon Graham, 1st in the People category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Winning Smiles' by Charles McQuillan, 2nd in the People category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'On yer bike' by Mal McCann, 3rd in the People category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'The Boxer' by Jim Corr, 1st in the Individual Study category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Beyonce' by Simon Graham, 2nd in the Individual Study category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Holy Water' by Thomas McMullan, 3rd in the Individual Study category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Lough Derg' by Justin Kernoghan, 1st in the Picture Story category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Exodus' by Colm Lenaghan, 2nd in the Picture Story category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'The Rise of the Priests' by Therese Hurson, 3rd in the Picture Story category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'A Giant Cuppa' by Matt Mackey, 1st in the Business PR category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Second Look' by John Harrison, 2nd in the Business PR category
Northern Ireland Press Photographer of the Year Awards 2010. 'Fairy Glen' by Mal McCann, 3rd in the Business PR category
2009 - NI Photographer of the Year competition entries
Picture by Stephen Davison
Picture by Niall Carson
Picture by Niall Carson
Picture by Niall Carson
Picture by Niall Carson
Picture by Niall Carson
Picture by Niall Carson
Picture by John McVitty
Picture by John McVitty
Picture by John McVitty
Picture by John McVitty
Picture by John McVitty
Picture by John McVitty
Picture by John McVitty
Picture by Michael Cooper
Picture by Michael Cooper
Picture by Michael Cooper
Picture by Michael Cooper
Picture by Michael Cooper
Picture by Michael Cooper
Picture by Michael Cooper
Picture by Alan McMullan
Picture by Peter Clarke
Picture by Peter Clarke
Picture by Peter Clarke
Picture by Peter Clarke
Picture by Peter Clarke
Picture by Peter Clarke
Picture by Peter Clarke
Picture by Peter Clarke
Picture by Jim Corr
Picture by Jim Corr
Picture by Jim Corr
Picture by Jim Corr
Picture by Jim Corr
Picture by Jim Corr
Picture by Jim Corr
Picture by Hugo McNiece
Picture by Hugo McNiece
Picture by Hugo McNiece
Picture by Hugo McNiece
Picture by Hugo McNiece
Picture by Hugo McNiece
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Aidan O'Reilly
Picture by Colm O'Reilly
Picture by Colm O'Reilly
Picture by Colm O'Reilly
Picture by Colm O'Reilly
Picture by Colm O'Reilly
Picture by Colm O'Reilly
Picture by Colm O'Reilly
Picture by Colm O'Reilly
Picture by Columba O'Hare
Picture by Columba O'Hare
Picture by Columba O'Hare
Picture by Columba O'Hare
Picture by Columba O'Hare
Picture by Columba O'Hare
Picture by Columba O'Hare
Picture by Andrew Patton
Picture by Andrew Patton
Picture by Andrew Patton
Picture by Andrew Patton
Picture by Marie Therese Hurson
Picture by Marie Therese Hurson
Picture by Marie Therese Hurson
Picture by Marie Therese Hurson
Picture by Marie Therese Hurson
Picture by Marie Therese Hurson
Picture by Marie Therese Hurson
Picture by Marie Therese Hurson
Picture by Brian Little
Picture by Brian Little
Picture by Brian Little
Picture by Brian Little
Picture by Brian Little
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Liam McBurney
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Alan Lewis
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Peter Morrison
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Nial Jamieson
Picture by Bill Smyth
Picture by Bill Smyth
Picture by Bill Smyth
Picture by Bill Smyth
Picture by Bill Smyth
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by John Murphy
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by Paul Moane
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Justin Kernoghan
Picture by Paul McCambridge
Picture by Paul McCambridge
Picture by Paul McCambridge

The work of Northern Ireland's top photographers has been recognised at the Professional Photograpers Association of Northern Ireland Awards.

The ceremony was held at The Galgorm Manor Hotel, Ballymena.

The Awards are the most prestigious in Northern Ireland; the Professional Photographers Association of Northern Ireland celebrates and identifies individuals that have achieved outstanding success through their superb images and gives every qualified member the opportunity to compete against other members for the title of PPANI Photographer of the Year.

The awards give professional photographers the opportunity to benchmark their work and development against a recognized framework. Winning an award also demonstrates commitment to continual personal development and provides great PR opportunities.

The Awards are open to fully qualified members of the Association. There were 8 different sections to cover all types of professional photography and this year we reintroduce the Licentiate Award which honored one of our new members work.

The Category Winners.

PPANI Photographer of the year....Ciaran O’Neill.

PPANI Wedding photographer of the year...Maria Campbell.

PPANI Portrait photographer of the year...Marie Allen.

PPANI Fashion photographer of the year...Ciaran O,Neill.

PPANI Pictorial photographer of the year...Marie Allen.

PPANI Licentiate photographer of the year...John O’Neill

PPANI Classical photographer of the year...Marie Campbell.

PPANI Contemporary Wedding Photographer of the year... Marie Campbell.

PPANI Storybook Wedding Photographer of the year...Martin Campbell.

PPANI Open Portrait Photographer of the year...Ciaran O’Neill.

PPANI Family Portrait Photographer of the year...Simon O’Neill

PPANI Under 5 Portrait Photographer of the year...Marie Allen.

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