CR Photography Annual launch party
Creative Review celebrated the launch of this year's Photography Annual with a party at theprintspace gallery last night. An exhibition of our Best in Book winners will be on at theprintspace until November 6
This year's CR Photography Annual, in association with Shutterstock, will be published with the November issue of CR on October 31. Last night we celebrated the Best in Book winners, those entries deemed by the judges to be the best of the work selected this year.
Among the images honoured were this stunning shot from Tim Flach's More Than Human series, which appears on the cover of the issue
Martin Usbourne's The Silence of Dogs in Cars
Here's Martin, clutching a new book on the project, receiving his trophy from CR editor Patrick Burgoyne
Thanks to berry place for creating our handsome trophies.
Frank Herholdt's family portrait, The Baths is also a Best in Book winner
As is Paul Zak's Guinness campaign
And Nadav Kander's Titans of the Stage shot for the New York Times Magazine – his portrait of Mark Rylance appears on the Photo Annual side of the November issue
The Best in Book section of the Photography Annual is sponsored by Blurb.
Thanks also to our judges: Becky Smith, Sarah Kavanagh and Matt Willey and congratulations to everyone whose work was selected.
Creative Review's November issue, which includes the Photography Annual, also has features on Wieden + Kennedy, M/M (Paris), Kraftwerk, Instagram, Gov.uk and much, much more.
Here are some more spreads from our showcase of great commercial images produced over the last year:
Party photos: Simon Ford, Nomis Creative
The Creative Review Photography Annual Best In Book winners are on show at theprintspace, 74 Kingsland Road, London E2 until November 6.
If you would like to buy a copy of the November issue, including the Photography Annual, please call +44 (0)20 7970 4878
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