Houston-based photographer William Winkler took home a third-place ribbon in the nature category for this photo. You can read the press release after the jump...
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William Winkler Earns 3rd Place Finish in International Photography Awards 2007
Thursday, 16. August 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HOUSTON, TEXAS - William Winkler, a Houston based fine art photographer, has been awarded 3rd place in the 2007 IPA Competition.
International Photography Awards (IPA) is based out of Los Angeles, California and this week announced the winners of this year's IPA Photographer of the Year awards. Over 20,000 entries from 90 countries world wide were considered.
William Winkler was awarded 3rd place in the professional category of “Nature” for his series, "Branching Out: A Study of Live Oaks in Houston".
Images from “Branching Out” may be seen at m ARCHITECTS throughout FotoFest 2008. The opening reception for the show will be March 7, 2008 and run until April 27, 2008.
About IPA: IPA is comprised of 18,000 members and affiliates from around the world. IPA's mission is to salute the achievements of the world's finest photographers, to discover new and emerging talent, and to promote the appreciation of photography. Since 2003 IPA has acknowledged photographers’ achievements from around the world in various categories. Visit www.photoawards.com.