IYL 2015 Audio Visual Competition in South Africa announces its winners

AV Makers South Africa launched an international AV competition earlier in the year with the theme of “LIGHT” as one of the IYL 2015 initiatives of the South African Coordinator of the International Year of Light 2015.

Entries were invited from photographers throughout the world and submissions came from Norway, France, Australia, the UK, the Netherlands, South Africa and other countries. Judging was completed and results announced at an event in Pretoria, South Africa on 18th December.

The prize winners are:

AV Makers South Africa Gold medallion, Cash prize R7 000 and Licence for PicturesToExe Deluxe version 9.0 sponsored by wnsoft.com
 Lux Polaris – William (Bill) Bruce – Norway
Second and Best South African entry-AV Makers South Africa Silver medallion, Cash prize R2 500 and Licence for PicturesToExe Deluxe version 9.0 sponsored by wnsoft.com
 From Darkness into the Light – Eric Thorburn – South Africa
Runner-up South African entries in alphabetical order-AV Makers South Africa Bronzemedallions, Licences for PicturesToExe Deluxe version 9.0 sponsored by wnsoft.com and ¼ share of prize R2 500
 Antarctic Light – Mike Tagg, Adri & Roel van Oudheusden
 Kgalagadi Meditation – Izak van Niekerk
 One Fine Day – Adri van Oudheusden
 The Wonder of Light – An Exhibition by Nature – Nico Jacobs
Highly commended entries in alphabetical order
 Empire of Lights – Jean Paul Petit & Jacques van de Weerdt – France
 Light in Darkness- Cor Lokker – The Netherlands
 Painting with Light – Malcolm Imhoff – United Kingdom
 Winter Light at Waddesdon – Ian Bateman – United Kingdom
Judges’ choices in alphabetical order
 Greenhouse Reflections – Marcel Batist – The Netherlands
 Jane – Michael Rayment – Australia
 Light, Sight & Colour – Jim McCormick – United Kingdom
Competition Director’s choice
Gloria – Sir George Pollock – United Kingdom

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