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Latest Gold Award Winning Wedding Photo

Worcestershire Wedding Photographer wins Gold Award

Reportage / Documentary Wedding Photography

Hello there,  David here from www.davidpurslow.com

I am very pleased to be able to announce that I recently won a Gold award.  Last month I shot a fantastic wedding at Gellifawr in Pembrokeshire West Wales.  I am pleased to say that one of the photos from this wedding won top place and received a gold award by DFP

As a professional photographer I think its important to constantly challenge yourself and there is no better way for a photographer to do this than entering competitions.  Being judged by ones piers has always been the best way for one to grow in any profession.  As a member of the PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS only Drama Free Photography Forum –  a collection of professional photographers from all over the world, whos membership is made up with members of such photography society’s as   The MPA – The Master Photographers Association, The SWPP – The Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers,  The ISPWP – The International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers, The AG|WPJA The Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association and many many  more I enter their monthly image competitions.

Each month members are encouraged to enter two photos to be voted upon. There is a panel of judges selected from the membership of the forum (of which I am not a judge!) and who judge each entry submitted.  If an image received enough ‘points’ it will be awarded either a Bronze, Silver or Gold award.

The top image each month take center stage on the front page of the Drama Free Photography website.

This is the Gold Award image that took the top spot for January 2011

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The image is hard to see if there is a lot of white area around your screen so I have put it up again below on a black background – the image was processed on a colour calibrated screen and if your screen is set up correctly you should be able to see the grass around the couple, the rocks etc – if you cant then your screen is off or there is too much light facing your eyes

below is a link to expand this page – there you will see a bigger version of the image on a black background.