Low Light Magic Competition: the Winners!

By Paul McKay

Low Light Magic

Today is a massive moment: we announce the WINNERS of the Low Light Magic Competition in partnership with Kodak Alaris and with extra prizes donated by our friends at Digitalab! We want to thank everyone who submitted. Over 500 images landed in our inbox over the month of the competition and they were exceptional.

Excitingly, Andy Church from Kodak Alaris was so impressed by the quality of the entries that he is offering TEN prizes in total! Adding eight 'Notable Mentions' to the original two Grand Prizes.

We have also been so blown away by the skill and creativity our community showed that we have decided to promote the Kodak T-Max P3200 35mm as a special thank you, and hopefully to allow more photographers to experience a top quality Low Light film. Head to the product page now to stock up at 25% off! Offer must end 1st April.

Discussing and Analysing the Winners

Watch the below video to hear Andy from Kodak Alaris, Paul from Analogue Wonderland and Graeme from the Sunny16 Podcast discuss each of the winners. Filmed at the recent Photography Show in Birmingham NEC, they spend time talking about each of the top ten photos and Andy reveals what drew him to his choices.

Notable Mentions: 

Olivia Morrison | Smooth | Analogue Wonderland

Olivia Morrison; Smooth; Colorplus 35mm

 

Grant Wilkinson | Got Time | Analogue Wonderland

Grant Wilkinson; Got Time; Discontinued 35mm Kodak Film

 

Chase the Wind | Double the Emotion | Analogue Wonderland

Tim Massie; Double the Emotion; Portra 400 35mm

 

Siorne John | Mira | Analogue Wonderland

Siorne John; Mira; T-Max 100 Large Format

 

Whitstable Bay | Chris Rowden | Analogue Wonderland

Whitstable Sunset; Chris Rowden; Portra 400 120

 

Tomas Robertson | Hverfjall Crater | Analogue Wonderland

Tomas Robertson; Hverfjall Crater; Tri-X 35mm

 

Morning Heather | Chris Rowden | Analogue Wonderland

Morning Heather; Chris Rowden; Portra 400 120

 

David Willis | Untitled | Analogue Wonderland

David Willis; Untitled; Tri-X 120

 

Grand Winners:

Ted Smith | London by Night | Analogue Wonderland

Ted Smith; London by Night; Tri-X 120

 

Darren Kelland | The Place of the Crows | Analogue Wonderland

Darren Kelland; The Place of the Crows; Tri-X 120 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR WINNERS!

You will receive an email shortly asking for the postal address to send your prizes - keep an eye out and please drop us a line if you haven't received anything in the next ten days.

 

Happy Shooting!


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