Martyn is at it again! Local photographer scoops three more awards

Martyn Norsworthy of Norsworthy Photography has been awarded three Honourable Mentions at the International Photography Awards 2020. 

One of the winning images

Having entered four images, Martyn was "delighted" to pick up three awards from an expert panel judging 13,000 entries from 120 countries around the world. 

In what has been a challenging year for the business and photographers in general, Martyn maintained his determination to enter the awards, this is now the seventh consequtive year he's has walked away with Honourable Mention Awards.

Consistancy is everything, but an elusive Bronze upwards would be the ultimate aim. Martyn said: "I enter each year to keep me focused and to alwasy be striving to deliver this standard of work, these entires are all from real weddings, again proving on the day itself I can deliver this quality of work and award winning images."

One of the winning images

The three images coinsidentaly were all shot at weddings at Salcombe Harbour Hotel. 

In order to support and honour the outstanding work of both professional and amateur photographers around the world during the COVID-19 crisis, International Photo Awards will match the cash prizes that are awarded this year to the Category Winners with an equal cash donation to the charity of the winning photographer’s choice in their community.

For more info contact Martyn on 01548 854044 or check out his website here. You can find out more about the International Photograhy Awards website here.

One of the winning images

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