Nominations for the Silver Camera
The winner will be announced in the Main Stadium
In an era when countless photos are created per smartphone within the shortest space of time, it is worthwhile taking an even closer look at really good photographs. The CHIO Aachen organiser, the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V. (ALRV), doesn’t just examine them, every year the ALRV also confers the “Silver Camera” for the best international equestrian sport photo of the year.
The composition of the jury also clearly underlines how international the prize is. This year Janika Sprunger (show-jumper, Switzerland), Henrik von Eckermann (show-jumper, Sweden), Eric Knoll (photographer and last year’s winner, France), Andreas Müller (Managing Director of Medienhaus Aachen, Germany) and the ALRV Chairman and CHIO Aachen Show Director, Frank Kemperman (the Netherlands) have selected the winner and the runners-up. “The decision process was very difficult for us. The quality of the submitted entries is incredibly high,” stated Frank Kemperman regarding the 103 photographs submitted. The following have been nominated for the “Silver Camera” (in alphabetical order):
Christophe Bricot (France)
Terri Miller (USA)
Ashley Neuhof (USA)
On Saturday evening, July 20th, the winner will be announced in the Main Stadium. The winner receives prize-money to the value of 2,500 Euros, second place is endowed with 1,000 Euros and third place wins 500 Euros.
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