The NME Photography Awards 2014 with Nikon is now open for entries! To celebrate, take a peek at the best from last year’s competition, recognising the brightest amateur and professional music photography talent…
The exhibtion ran between October 24 and November 6 2013.
It featured contributions for the best budding new music photograpers across categories including Live, Portraits, Festivals, Documentary and Under-18s.
We also celebrated the work of more established photographers with our Professional category.
Entries were judged by our expert panel made up of NME Editor Mike Williams, NME Picture Director Zoe Capstick and last year’s Outstanding Contribution to Music Photograhy winner, Roger Sargent.
Each year, the NME Photography Awards with Nikon aims to find the best and brightest new talent in photography.
2013’s outstanding contribution prize went to Pieter M Van Hattem. Here’s his shot of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
NME’s 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time list caused much debate on the night.
Winners and nominees attended the exhibition’s launch event.
NME’s Deputy Editor Eve Barlow entertained the crowd with an impromptu performance of Kanye’s ‘New Slaves’.
We gave NME.com users the chance to have their say with the Readers’ Choice award. The winner was Orit Pnini.
Here’s Orit Pnini’s winning photo of Adi Ulmansky.
The Under 18’s runner up was Menai Richards.
Here’s Portrait Winner Jamie Brown’s entry.
The winner in the Live category was David Sexton.
Here’s Documentary winner Arpad Horvath’s entry.
And here’s Arpad Horvath collecting his prize.
Here’s Live winner David Sexton’s entry.
Portrait winner Jamie Brown collects his prize.
Janos Kummer won in the Professional category.
This year’s outstanding contribution prize winner Pieter M Van Hattem introduced some of his work.
Here’s Pieter M Van Hattem shot of a charming young pair called Meg and Jack.
Here’s Pieter M Van Hattem with his smoking picture of Cat Power.
Janos Kummer with some of his work.
Documentary winner Arpad Horvath poses with his photograph.
Under 18’s runner up Menai Richards with her work.
Tiegan Neary – under 18 win
The Under 18s and Grand Prix Winner was Tiegan Neary.
Head to www.theprintspace.co.uk for more information about visiting the exhibition.
Josh Groom won the Festival prize for this photograph.
Two legends of music photography: Dean Chalkley and Pieter M Van Hattem.
Pieter M Van Hattem’s shot of The Killers.
Photos of photos. Meta.
Still debating that 500 Greatest Albums List…
Appreciating some great festival photography.