The beautiful winners of the 360 Diploma Picture Awards


A stupendous shot of a lone farmhouse dealing with a looming thunderstorm has taken the highest prize on this 12 months’s 360 Diploma Picture Awards. The small picture contest punches above its weight with a spectacular choice of spectacular photos.

The competition spans the standard assortment of classes, from Panorama and Wildlife to Aerial and Mono, whereas two portfolio classes deal with collections of photos.

Australian Photographer of the 12 months, Gold Award, 1st Place, Mono.

Diana Fernie

Alongside winners in particular person classes the competition awards two huge prizes, an Australian Photographer of the 12 months award and an Worldwide Photographer of the 12 months award. Subsequent to Karen Massier’s aforementioned unimaginable storm {photograph} successful the Worldwide Photographer of the 12 months award, an evocative black-and-white snap of a crocodile from Diana Fernie received the Australian Photographer of the 12 months prize.

The competitors additionally allocates Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum awards to particular person pictures. The judges rating every picture individually out of 100 after which total scores are averaged to find out the ultimate awards (Bronze being 70 to 79, Silver 80 to 89, and so forth).

Silver Award, 1st Place, Landscape Portfolio

Silver Award, 1st Place, Panorama Portfolio

Grant Galbraith

Specific highlights from this years competitors embody a shocking portfolio of waterfall imagery from Grant Galbraith and a beautiful painterly shot of a wooden cabin from Douglas Porter.

Have a look via our gallery at extra highlights from this 12 months’s 360 Diploma Picture Awards.

Supply: 360 Picture Awards



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