"Sisters" by Caroline Telfer was nominated in the Children of The World category
I received a nice email this week notifying me that three of my images had been nominated for the Photography Masters Cup International Color Awards
. They didn't receive any honours, but being nominated is still an achievement for a small photography studio in Darkan.Have a look at the winners gallery and see some of the best photography around... LINK HERE
but be warned, you could browse for hours looking at the photos!
CONGRATULATIONS on being a Nominee at the 6th Annual Photography Masters Cup with:
Nominee in Children of the World | Sisters
Nominee in Architecture | Old Shed
Nominee in Children of the World | Teenager at Ten
8,521 entries were received from 86 countries and your work received a high percentage of votes overall. Certainly an achievement, well done!
The Awards Jury represents the industry's biggest names and tastemakers who reviewed the entries online before making the nomination shortlist and honoring 239 title awards in 18 categories. The Awards could not have wished for a better group of professionals to work with.
Congratulations once again on being a Nominee and we wish you a most successful photography year.
I even get a medal to show on my website :-)
"Teenager at Ten" by Caroline Telfer was also nominated in the Children of The World category
"Old Shed" by Caroline Telfer was nominated in the Architecture category
Last year I had the pleasure of photographing the Ipsen family for Meat and Livestock Australia's Feedback magazine. The January/February 2013 edition is arriving in farmers' mailboxes around the country this week. And what a surprise for young Evie - she is a cover girl!! The story was about her Dad and his kelso sheep, but he is relegated to somewhere deep in the magazine!
I love photographing farm families and when I saw the lamb I knew I had to have a photo of the kids feeding it. The farm near Manjimup is very picturesque, with tall trees and lakes with rolling hills. I'm going back next week to photograph the broccoli harvest.
A farming family together on their farm, working together to secure their future. Three generations of a family together.
I love these scenarios and was privileged to photograph the Lubcke family recently on their farm near Darkan. I went out to the farm while the teenage kids were on holiday from boarding school and did some shots in the paddock, then went back later to photograph working in the sheep yards.
These are the sorts of photographs I want to capture for the farm albums I am promoting. They will be more than just photos of the farm. They will be real treasured memories for future generations, whether they are still on the farm, or whether the farm has been sold and the future generations have moved on.