APOY 2013 Competition Results Round Four – Interior Architecture

Bill Sell, of Carmarthen, is the winner of our Interior Architecture round of APOY 2013. Bill will receive a Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 with Lumix G Vario 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 Asph Mega OIS and Leica DG Summilux 25mm f/1.4 Asph lenses worth £1,347.98. The G5 is a digital single-lens mirrorless camera with a 16.05-million-pixel, four thirds, Live MOS sensor.

 It has 6fps high-speed continuous shooting, a 3in, 920,000-dot articulated LCD touchscreen, and a 1.44-million-dot EVF. The Leica DG Summilux 25mm f/1.4 Asph lens has a bright f/1.4 maximum aperture that provides superb image quality with minimum distortion, plus a beautiful soft focus.

Our second-placed winner is Helen Groumas, of Berlin in Germany, who will receive a Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 worth £469.99. This high-spec compact camera has a 10.1-million-pixel High-Sensitivity MOS sensor, f/1.4-2.3 
(24-90mm equivalent) Leica Vario-Summilux lens and full manual control.

Ian Butterworth, of Wetherby in West Yorkshire, finished third in the
round and wins a Panasonic Lumix DMC-XS1 (in white) worth £119.99.
Panasonic claims that the 16.1-million-pixel XS1 has the world’s
slimmest body profile, and it’s certainly skinny with a 14mm-deep body.
Its 5x optical zoom with 24mm ultra-wideangle lens and tiny form make
the XS1 the ultimate carry-it-with-you-everywhere camera.

APOY 2013 Competition Results Round Four – Interior Architecture

1st Bill Sell, Carmarthen 46pts

Fujifilm X10, 23.7mm, 1/500sec at f/8, ISO 400

Red door

Judges say:’Sometimes during the judging process a shot just leaps out at us right away. Bill’s brilliant interpretation of the brief is definitely one of those shots. The strong red against the deep black is a such a striking sight that we couldn’t help but award Bill first place in this round’.

2nd Helen Groumas, Germany 45pts

Olympus OM-D EM-5, 20mm, 1/4000sec at f/2.2, ISO 1600

‘Town in Box’

Judges say:’Like Bill’s shot, Helen’s image has a truly distinctive look. Every element of this shot works. The person, the camera position and the tonal range are great. It’s a very rewarding image

3rd Ian Butterworth, West Yorkshire 44pts

Canon PowerShot G12, 1/8sec at f/3.2, ISO 400

Duveen Gallery

Judges say:’We awarded Ian third place because of the quiet and reflective atmosphere of his image. Its tranquil nature appealed to the judges, but more than that it’s a confidently composed and nicely lit image and a more than worthy third place.’

Top 50 entries for this round:

  • 1 Bill Sell 46pts
  • 2 Helen Groumas 45pts
  • 3 Ian Butterworth 44pts
  • 4 Aidan McCarthy 43pts
  • 5 Aaron Yeoman 42pts
  • 6 Sean Slevin 41pts
  • 7 Ronald de Boer 40pts
  • 8 Charles Spencer 39pts
  • 9 Gary Smith 38pts
  • 10 Rob Cochran 37pts
  • 11 Dan Deakin 36pts
  • 11 George Fisk 36pts
  • 13 Arthur Asyanin 35pts
  • 14 Nigel Farmer 34pts
  • 15 Zoltan Kovacs 33pts
  • 16 Dusica Paripovic 32pts
  • 17 Eloisa Garnica 31pts
  • 17 Jolyon Hillier 31pts
  • 19 Richard Cooper 30pts
  • 20 David Staveley 29pts
  • 21 Peter Chinnock 28pts
  • 21 Mikhail Kapychka 28pts
  • 21 Jim Young 28pts
  • 24 Claire Cooper 27pts
  • 25 Graham Hutton 26pts
    • 26 Adrian Sadlier 25pts
    • 27 Diogo Ferreira 24pts
    • 27 Melvyn Price 24pts
    • 29 Shane Butler 23pts
    • 30 Steve Thomas 22pts
    • 31 Kenneth Rowlat 21pts
    • 32 Pawel Pentilowski 20pts
    • 33 John Johnston 19pts
    • 34 Frederic Varemans 18pts
    • 35 Kelvin Lim 17pts
    • 36 Ian Ewing 16pts
    • 36 Andrew Pounder 16pts
    • 38 Michael Tydesley 15pts
    • 39 Neil Davies 14pts
    • 40 Paul Reidy 13pts
    • 41 Peter Murrell 12pts
    • 42 Raymond Tambunan 11pts
    • 43 Lorena Barrionuevo Grabinski 10pts
    • 44 Rob Deyes 9pts
    • 45 Robert Haubrich 8pts
    • 46 Akis Aggelis 7pts
    • 46 Stuart Hall 7pts
    • 46 Leka Huie 7pts
    • 49 Eric Begbie 6pts
    • 49 Janne Kahila 6pts

    View the winning Images in the APOY 2013 Gallery

    See the APOY 2013 Leader Board after this round.

    Results and Rounds APOY 2013