Judges

Camera judges

Lyn Whitfield-King

Lyn Whitfield-King is one of Australia’s most highly acclaimed and award-winning wedding and portrait photographers. For many years, Lyn has travelled the world capturing the memories and magic of thousands of very special moments with her unique and celebrated photographic style. Based in Perth, Lyn is arguably Western Australia’s top photographer, offering the complete range of the highest quality wedding and portrait photography services. Australia’s first-ever Grand Master Photographer, Lyn prides herself on taking photographs which are individual and truly special for each of her clients. Lyn’s flexibility and remarkable eye for detail are also evident in her architectural photography, which has spanned residential and commercial properties to community facilities.

http://lynwhitfieldking.com.au

Chris Rowett

Chris Rowett has been involved in the Photographic industry for the last thirty five years, working as a commercial and documentary photographer, and lecturing in photography at TAFE and University. He is the author of four photographic books and has produced numerous solo exhibitions. He is currently lecturing in photography at Notre Dame University in Fremantle.

John Woodhouse

John has been involved in many aspects of photography for most of his life.

Before moving from South Africa to Perth John taught Photography and photographed wildlife.

In Australia John has owned a portrait studio, wedding studio and a fine art gallery.

Being a member of the AIPP since 2005, he has also been involved in Judging at both State and National levels,

In 2006 John was awarded the AIPP WA Highest scoring Portrait Print and was runner-up

Portrait Photographer of the Year. Among other awards, he was awarded the AIPP West Australian Photographer of the Year in 2015.

www.johnwoodhouseart.com

Mark Greenland

Mark was a past judge of  FIPP and has much experience judging other photographic competitions. He sat on the committee which instituted the WA Photographic Judges Association, and has contributed to WAPJA’s library on the subject of judging. He is very interested in the theory of judging, and will be presenting to WAPJA members in April.

Mobile judges

Karin Calvert

Karin Calvert is a professional photographer with extensive experience across a wide range of photographic genres including commercial portraiture, fashion, retail, documentary and food – resulting in award-winning books with TV chef Emmanuel Mollois.

Karin has won multiple awards for her press feature work including MEAA WA Journalists’ Association Media Feature Award and Winner of both the State and National Resilient Australia Awards for her Cyclone Marcia Exhibition.

www.karincalvert.com

Clive Addison

Clive is an avid iPhone photographer who gets a buzz from shooting & editing with the phone that’s ever present in the pocket.

He appreciates the benefits of full frame & higher resolution formats. His challenge is to combine previously learned & new skills, to the revolution in convenient phone / tablet photography. His photographs have been widely published by international and local press.

Abbe Harman

Abbe is a busy commercial and corporate photographer. In 1983 she achieved a distinction in the City and Guilds of  London Institute in General Photography and also in the mid eighties in the photography component of an Art and Design degree at Michigan State University, USA.

Abbe was a founder member of the Professional Photographers Association of Great Britain in 1989 and also a founder member of FIPP when it was established in 2010.

www.abigailharman.com

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