24 Hours in Bristol 2016 Photography Competition Winners Announced

The winners of the 24 Hours in Bristol competition were announced at the weekend and our Bristol store manager Andy Hoang was at the awards ceremony to congratulate the winners and present one of the prizes.

The 24 Hours in Bristol competition is an annual event where photographers are invited to submit photographs which represent a day in the life of the city. The competition is open to anyone with a camera or a mobile phone and once registered, entrants are allocated an hour in the day or night in which they must take at least one photograph.

There were 30 prize-winners and 48 runners up, all of which are now on display at the ’24 Hours in Bristol 2016′ exhibition, which opened on Saturday.

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1st Prize – Bristol’s Energy by Paolo Ferla who won £1500 and a Fujifilm X70
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2nd Prize – All Together Now by Joshua Perritt who won £750 and a Manfrotto Tripod
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3rd Prize – Two Priests by Thomas Boot who won £250 and a Calumet camera case

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