Canon PhotoMarathon XI winners

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Best of Show

Open Category: Kok Hou Cheng 

COMMUNICATE

COMMUNICATE

INSTANT

INSTANT

TRADITION

TRADITION

Best of Show

Student Category: Zhou Tian Qu from Anderson Junior College

COMMUNICATE

COMMUNICATE

INSTANT

INSTANT

TRADITION

TRADITION

Category Winners

Theme 1: Tradition (Open Category)

1st - Firman Ricky

1st – Firman Ricky

2nd - Ng King Kiat

2nd – Ng King Kiat

3rd - Karen Leong

3rd – Karen Leong

Theme 1: Tradition (Student Category)

1st - Zhou Tian Qu, Anderson Junior College

1st – Zhou Tian Qu, Anderson Junior College

2nd - Aaron Kho, National Junior College

2nd – Aaron Kho, National Junior College

3rd - Low Jie Min, River Valley High School

3rd – Low Jie Min, River Valley High School

Theme 2: Communicate (Open Category)

1st - Benny Iskandar

1st – Benny Iskandar

2nd - Parvathy Rajeev

2nd – Parvathy Rajeev

3rd - Lim Joo Kiat

3rd – Lim Joo Kiat

Theme 2: Communicate (Student Category)

1st - Dawn Chua, Lasalle College of the Arts

1st – Dawn Chua, Lasalle College of the Arts

2nd - Hadi Azhar iIshak, ITE College East

2nd – Hadi Azhar iIshak, ITE College East

3rd - Khairul Fariz Wee, St. Andrew's Secondary School

3rd – Khairul Fariz Wee, St. Andrew’s Secondary School

Theme 3: Instant (Open Category)

1st - Eddy Swan

1st – Eddy Swan

2nd - Kok Hou Cheng

2nd – Kok Hou Cheng

3rd - Victor Mok

3rd – Victor Mok

Theme 3: Instant (Student Category)

1st - Tan Jia Jun, Temasek Polytechnic

1st – Tan Jia Jun, Temasek Polytechnic

2nd - Wu Jia Feng, Yuan Ching Secondary School

2nd – Wu Jia Feng, Yuan Ching Secondary School

3rd - Nicole Lim, Nanyang Technological University

3rd – Nicole Lim, Nanyang Technological University

 

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