For People with Down's Syndrome : 2019 My Perspective

Thank you to everyone who entered this year’s My Perspective competition!

This year’s competition is a little bit different.

There will be two winners…one picked by a group of judges and one picked by members of the public.

They will get to pick from a shortlist of 25 photographs and will get to pick using an online vote.

Our judges are now looking at all the photographs that were entered and will be selecting the 25 pictures that will be on the shortlist, and then picking their favourites.

We’ll open the public vote once the shortlist has been picked…keep an eye on our Facebook page and Twitter page for all the details.

We will be awarding the Stephen Thomas Award (for a photographer who isn’t based in the UK) and will, of course, be inviting all the shortlisted photographers and their families to a special celebration event in June.

The winner in 2018 was Emily Buck with her beautiful picture of the Seven Sisters cliffs. You can read more about the 2018 competition by clicking here.

Emily also won the competition in 2016. Emily says:

“The reason why I like photography is because you can create an atmosphere and mood when taking loads of photos and can relate to the image. Also I like doing it in my spare time with my own camera in a place that I like.”

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