Impressed by Tim Parkins analysis of this years' Landscape Photo of the Year. Too much evidence of Photoshopping by this year's winner David Byrne lead to his disqualification. I don't believe David deliberately tried to mislead. But the prize was for photography not photoshop skills. I still find his shot of the boats in Lindisfarne Castle in Northumberland to be magical. Been there in person several times. I need to acknowledge an article by Michael Zhang of Petapixel for the tip off.
|Tenement Buildings at Port Glasgow, Inverclyde by Simon Butterworth, the new winning image.|