A photography lecturer from Sunderland has walked away with the top prize in a national digital photo competition organised by the Independent on Sunday and ICI.
Graham Stouph, who is a lecturer at Newcastle College, won a Canon EOS 20D digital SLR in the contest open to readers of the newspaper and backed by ICI Imagedata.
The competition was open to amateurs and professionals.
Graham won with a photograph entitled ‘Car Park, Newcastle’ (pictured).
Judges said they were impressed with Graham?s ?technical skill, movement and composition?.
Meanwhile, Katinka Goldberg ? a second-year photography student at Edinburgh College of Art used her Nikon D70 to win ICI Imagedata?s 2005/6 Olmec Student Digital Photographer title.
Her reward was more than £2,000 cash and an assignment for the newspaper.
Picture credit: Graham Stouph