APOY 2011 - People at Home u2013 PortraitsrnThe results are in for the sixth round of APOY.

APOY 2011 Round 6 ? People at Home

People at Home ? Portraits

The results are in for the sixth round of APOY.

Andrew Wood, of Bristol, is the winner of our People at home round of APOY 2011. Andrew will receive Canon?s 18-million-pixel EOS 600D with an EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens, plus a PIXMA MG8150 all-in-one inkjet printer and three packs of PP-201 A4 Photo Paper Plus Glossy, worth a total of £1,307.97.

The EOS 600D offers full HD (1080p) video recording, up to 3.7fps continuous shooting and a 3in, 1.04-million-dot, vari-angle LCD screen. An ISO range of 100-6400, expandable to 12,800, enables high-quality handheld shooting in low-light conditions without the need for flash. The EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS is an ideal general-purpose standard zoom that provides great performance in low-light conditions.

Our second-placed winner is Mark Darlington, of Chesterfield in Derbyshire, who will receive Canon?s IXUS 115 HS, a PIXMA MG6150 inkjet Wi-Fi all-in-one printer and two packs of PP-201 A4 Photo Paper Plus Glossy worth a total of £397.98. With an HS system that is great for low-light shots, the stylish, metal-bodied IXUS 115 HS is a fantastic digital compact camera.

Margarete Thoennessen of London finished third in the round and wins Canon?s PowerShot A3200 IS camera and PIXMA MG5250 inkjet Wi-Fi all-in-one printer plus a pack of PP-201 A4 Photo Paper Plus Glossy.


1st Andrew Wood, Bristol 41pts

Nikon D700, 16-35mm, 1/5sec at f/11, ISO 200

?What Lies Beneath?

Judges say: ?Andrew?s eye-catching winning image is a self-portrait of the photographer in his bath at home. The judges agreed that the original choice of subject matter and imaginative interpretation of the environmental portraiture genre made this a deserving winner. Very well done!?


2nd Mark Darlington, Derbyshire 40pts

Canon PowerShot G9, 1/20sec at f/2.8, ISO 100

?Mother. 82. Seen and heard it all before?

Judges say: ?This image made all the judges laugh ? it is a brilliantly funny photograph and highly original. It certainly stood out from the rest of the entries!?


3rd Margarete Thoennessen, London 39pts

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 24-70mm, 1/125sec at f/2.8, ISO 1000, reflector

Mave at home

Judges say: ?Margarete used natural light and a reflector to create this simple yet sensitive portrait. It has a wonderful timeless quality that impressed the judges.?

Top 50 entries for this round

  • 1 Andrew Wood 41pts
  • 2 Mark Darlington 40pts
  • 3 Margarete Thoennessen 39pts
  • 4 Neil Mansfield 38pts
  • 5 Lee Jeffries 37pts
  • 6 Dave Bower 36pts
  • 6 Richard Craze 36pts
  • 6 Sergey Kalinin 36pts
  • 6 Chan Kwok Hung 36pts
  • 6 Branislav Markovic 36pts
  • 6 Lee Mills 36pts
  • 6 Luciano Ocesca 36pts
  • 6 Tommy Woldike 36pts
  • 14 Simon Anderson 35pts
  • 14 Jim Mortram 35pts
  • 14 Stephen White 35pts
  • 14 Mark Wills 35pts
  • 18 Jarrod Castaing 34pts
  • 18 Santosh Kumar Jana 34pts
  • 18 Nemanja Radenkovic 34pts
  • 18 Simonas Valatka 34pts
  • 18 John Wilder 34pts
  • 23 Raymond Bridges 33pts
  • 23 Kimberly Haugen 33pts
  • 23 Evgenia Pavlova 33pts
    • 26 Jazz Chandler 32pts
    • 26 Dave Fletcher 32pts
    • 26 Geoff Harrison 32pts
    • 26 Mark Heathcote 32pts
    • 26 Sean Slevin 32pts
    • 31 Hadi Asgari 31pts
    • 31 Stuart Barrett 31pts
    • 31 Yari Beno 31pts
    • 31 Simona Bonanno 31pts
    • 31 Dan Deakin 31pts
    • 31 Yuri Karamanenko 31pts
    • 31 Dragan Lapcevic 31pts
    • 31 Salvatore Marrazzo 31pts
    • 31 Michael Marsh 31pts
    • 31 Ross Pichler 31pts
    • 31 George Turnbull 31pts
    • 31 Nicky Woodward 31pts
    • 43 David Enyori 30pts
    • 43 Stefan Gorbey 30pts
    • 43 Thomas Richards 30pts
    • 43 Yulia Yuzova 30pts
    • 47 Alex Salceanu 29pts
    • 47 Sandra ten Zijthoff 29pts
    • 49 Brian Mcdonnell 27pts
    • 50 Steve Hunt 25pts

    View the winning Images in the APOY 2011 Gallery

    See the APOY 2011 Leader Board after this round.

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