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Daniel at thirteen, 2009

by Rozalind Drummond

National Photographic Portrait Prize 2010 Finalist

In this portrait Daniel Lazarow looks directly at the camera, curious, sort of pensive; yet completely engaged for the briefest moment in being photographed.

National Photographic Portrait Prize 2010

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Subtle emotion

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Christopher Chapman considers photographer Rozalind Drummond's portrait of author Nam Le.

Zareth, 2009 by Scott Bycroft
Zareth, 2009 by Scott Bycroft
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National Photographic Portrait Prize 2010

Previous exhibition, 2010

The National Photographic Portrait Prize is an annual event intended to promote the very best in contemporary photographic portraiture by both professional and aspiring Australian photographers.

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