There’s not long left to enter the NME Music Photography Awards 2012, so to get you inspired, here’s a selection of entries we’ve received so far. We begin with Tom Bronowski’s shot of Turbowolf pulling off an epic crowd surf.
Ed Fielding shot Jessie J at the O2 Academy Leeds and entered it in the Professional category. Check out the six different categories here.
This is Sally Rose McCormack’s entry in the festivals category. It’s a mudman from the 2000 Trees Festival.
Danny Cradden entered his snap of Sleigh Bells singer Alexis Krauss getting up close to the fans at Manchester Academy 2. To find out you can enter, visit our NME Music Photography Awards 2012 page. But be quick! Entries must be in by September 12 2012.
Tomas Correa captured Matt Shultz of Cage The Elephant floating on a sea of hands and entered it in the live category. Think you can do better? Submit your photos via our NME Music Photography Awards 2012 page.
Jessica Howard entered this intimate snap of Pete Doherty in the Portraits category. To learn about the different categories, click here.
Robert Lawrence picked just the right moment for this snap of Bring Me The Horizon. Think you can do better? Want to win a Nikon 1 J1 camera? Then click here to find out how to enter.
Ershova Inna entered this photo in the Portrait category. To find out you can enter, visit our NME Music Photography Awards 2012 page. But be quick! Entries must be in by September 12 2012.
Mark Boyle Category submitted this photo of the crowd at Soundwave festival in Perth.
Blair Silver entered this portrait of I am your Astronaut. Think you can do better? Why not enter your own handiwork then. Entries cannot be accepted after September 12 2012.