MC Photography

20th August 2013

MC Photography are proud and excited to announce that we are one of the top 30 winners in the Best Shots Photographic competition The Best Shots Photographic competition has over 8000 entrants each year.

Mark of MC Photography took the picture of The Bull Ring Arena, Birmingham. It proved a massive hit with the judging panel and after apparently much deliberation they decided the entry was one of the best! While on location, Mark said: -I found the textures and lines of the architecture interesting and the sun was catching the silver tones of the building perfectly, this caught my eye instantly & I just had to get the shot. There will be a touring exhibition of all the shortlisted entrants work at The Station in Richmond, starting 14th July 2013 where votes can be made in person or online for the most popular photograph and photographer, the photographer will also win a further £1000 prize. Participation in Best of the Best will give all 'voters' entry into a fabulous top draw prize, a Week's Stay in a Vivat Trust Holiday Property To vote please visit www.bestshots.co.uk/best-of-the-best#HowToVote and show your support of our local talent Prints will also be on sale here along with the opportunity to vote, all prints will be produced by local Sheffield sponsor & one of our suppliers, Peak Imaging A Share of the proceeds from print sales will go to The Station Charity as will the £1 voting donations The winner will be announced at the end of 2013, when the exhibition tour finishes. A full list of all the draw prizes will be announced prior to the opening of the Best Shots Exhibition at The Station in July 2013 For more information on MC Photography and to see some of Mark's work see here www.mcphotography.co.uk/our-work or contact Mark. Mark Crapper - Tel 0114 272 2275

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