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Winners of Canon Exposure Photography Competition 2009

CNET Australia and Canon Australia are proud to announce the winners of the Canon Exposure Photography competition for 2009.

CNET.com.au Staff
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1 of 6 Harry Iedema

After receiving a huge number of fantastic images for the Canon Exposure Photography Competition, CNET Australia, Canon Australia and World Press Photo winner sat down to judge the winning entries.

Competition was fierce with a diverse range of images that fit the brief, from sports to street photography, and photojournalism in between.

After much deliberation, we are pleased to announce the winner of the competition as Harry Iedema, who will take part in a master class with Mark Dadswell, and receive a Single IS Lens Kit. Congratulations Harry!

Check out the winning entry, and the rest of our highly commended entrants in the gallery below.

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2 of 6 Brooke Mussared
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3 of 6 Eduardo Jaque
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4 of 6 Alan Lane
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5 of 6 Scott Legato
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6 of 6 Sharon Newman

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