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PhotoBite Spring Photo Competition Winner Announced!

- 5 years ago

We’re pleased to announce that, from the swathes of entries received, the winner of our brilliant Spring Photo Competition is Gillian Byford from Staffordshire, who produced this incredible springtime shot, bagging herself at Panasonic Lumix FZ 1000 II worth £769 in the process.

PhotoBite Spring Photo Competition
Gillian’s winning shot from the PhotoBite Spring Photo Competition. Her caption said: Mrs Mallard takes the opportunity to rest up while her babies are asleep!

Gillian told PhotoBite upon hearing the news of her triumph:
I was delighted to see a direct message pop up last night to say I’m the winner of the PhotoBite Spring Photo Competition. Huge thanks to you and the team for selecting my image. 

The LUMIX FZ1000 II.

Simon Skinner, Editor, PhotoBite, said: We were all extremely impressed with Gillian’s shot of the mallard and her chicks. It really typified the essence of springtime to us. Gillian is clearly a talented wildlife photographer and with her new Lumix FZ 1000 II prize, she’ll be armed with one of the most versatile cameras on the market to persue even greater shots in the future.”

With a large1-inch sensor, 16x optical LEICA [certified] zoom lens, and 4K photo and video capabilities, the new Lumix FZ 1000 II is proving to offer a versatility for photographers and videographers shooting in a broad range of situations. Congratulations once more to Gillian from everyone here at PhotoBite and from the team at LUMIX UK.

We’d like to thank Lumix UK for their support with this competitionkeep an eye on the website and also our social handles as we will roll out details of our next competition very soon!

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Mike Bishop

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In his everyday life, Mike is a web designer and developer who owns and runs Miniman Web Design. Besides looking after all of PhotoBite's digital needs he also finds the time to bum around on Slack and mismanage one of the largest web development forums on the internet!