Sergeant Richard Harley of the Royal Marines has won the amateur category of the Royal Navyu2019s photography competition.


Pictures above captured by Royal Navy Amateur Photographer of the Year Sergeant Richard Harley

Harley won Royal Navy Amateur

Photographer of the Year for submitting the best portfolio of two

Service-related photos, beating more than 60 other entries to take the

title.

Captain Ian Stidston, head of the Royal Navy Photographic

Branch praised this year’s amateur entrants for capturing ‘some

brilliant photographs’.

The overall Royal Navy Photographer of the

Year 2014 is Leading Airman (Photographer) Alex Knott, who triumphed

over 350 entries in the professional category.


Picture: By Leading Airman (Photographer) Dave Jenkins


Picture: By Leading Airman (Photographer) Alex Knott


Picture: Photographer Thomas McDonald won the Commandant General


Royal Marines Prize



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