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Iris ’14: Fusion, Illustrative, Landscape

Continuing D-Photo‘s online coverage of this year’s Iris Professional Photography Awards, we are proud to present the winning images in the Fusion, Illustrative, and Landscape categories.

Fusion category: Ollie Dale

Auckland photographer Ollie Dale wins the Fusion category for the third year in a row. His unbroken streak since the award was introduced in 2012 has led some to suggest the category simply be renamed the Ollie Dale Award. Check out Ollie’s winning video below.

Gold Distinction award

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Iris ’13: Illustrative, Landscape, Travel

Continuing D-Photo’s online presentation of this year’s Epson/NZIPP Iris Professional Photography Awards we bring you the winners of the Illustrative, Landscape and Travel categories.

Illustrative category: Kelvin Gilbert

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Iris ’12: Illustrative, Landscape, Photojournalism

Coverage of this year’s Epson/NZIPP Iris Professional Photography Awards continues with D-Photo now bringing you online galleries of the winners in the Illustrative, Landscape and Photojournalism categories – for the rest of our coverage click here.

Illustrative Photographer of the Year 

The second of Richard Wood’s three big wins this year, following his Highest Scoring Print – Colour nod,  the Hawkes Bay photographer also took the top spot in the Illustrative category. Read the rest of this entry »

Iris ’11: Illustrative, Portrait – Classic and Creative

Continuing D-Photo’s online presentation of this year’s Epson/NZIPP Iris Professional Photography Awards here are the winners of the Illustrative, Classic Portrait and Creative Portrait categories.

For an in-depth look at this year’s awards and attached In-Focus conference pick up issue 44 of D-Photo, on sale now.

Already featured in our Iris coverage for her Editorial/Photojournalism win, Jackie Ranken also took out this year’s Illustrative category (spolier: she won the Landscape category too, coming up soon).

A Master of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography and dedicated D-Photo contributor, Ranken is also twice winner of Australian Institute Landscape Photographer of the Year and World Press Award.

This year’s Classic Portrait category went to Waihi-based photographer Mike Hill.

He and his wife Andrea run an award-winning photography company from Waihi Beach, which Hills says is as much about making new friendships as business.

“We provide a unique and professional atmosphere, maintaining open and clear communication so each individual’s photographic needs are looked after, while keeping it relaxed and fun for all.”

Another reoccurring name in this year’s award program, Havelock North-based photographer Richard Wood  won the Creative Portrait category as well as the awards’ top prize.

Wood works extensively throughout New Zealand and abroad as a commercial, wedding, fashion and creative photographer with his work featured in magazines as far afield as the US.

He took the time to chat with D-Photo online about his win here and you will also be hearing more from New Zealand’s Professional Photographer of the Year in issue 45 of D-Photo, on sale October 7.