A 16-year-old student is among the winners of the Guardian Weekend Photography Prize - a contest which attracted around 9,000 entries.rnrnPicture credit: Natalie Lloyd

A 16-year-old student is among the winners of the Guardian Weekend Photography Prize – a contest which attracted around 9,000 entries.

Natalie Lloyd from Bransgore in Dorset won the Fashion category with a picture entitled ?After Show?.

Commenting on her entry photographer Nick Knight, one of the judges, said: ?This was one of the few pictures that used one of fashion photography?s core rules ? movement.?

Meanwhile, the £5,000 top prize went to Anastasia Taylor-Lind, a 24-year-old freelance photographer from Wales who also came top in the Portrait section.

Behzad Farazollahi from London won the Reportage category.

The contest was open to amateur and professional photographers and included David Bailey as one of the judges.

The winning images can be seen at www.guardian.co.uk/weekendphotoprize

The best shots are also on show until 20 April at Proud Central, 5 Buckingham Street, London WC2N 6BP. The gallery is open Mon-Sun 11am-6pm and entry is free.

Picture credit: Natalie Lloyd