Adrian Bullers Award winning Dog photography - The Dog Photographer
Recent successful entries in national and International dog photography competitions
Adrian Bullers has just been awarded two Bronze Awards with the British Institute of Professional Photography in their yearly international image competition. To receive a Bronze Award amongst the hundreds images entered, shows creativity, flair and style, a great achievement and should be celebrated. The British Institute of Professional Photography Awards which is the leading qualifying body for professional photographers, celebrates the very best
international photography, highlighting some of the most creative emerging talent.
This award recognises the excellence in standards above all others.
Talking about this year’s submissions and the winning image, CEO Martin Baynes comments: “The quality of this year’s entries was very high, with many wonderful and creative images in all genres. Myself and the judges were blown away by the talent and creativity shown.
28th October 2022 K-9 Photography has 4 photographs selected to be in the finals of The Xperience Professional Portrait Awards 2022, these portraits were selected from over 1500 photographs and now go through to the finals on the 28th November at The Xperience Awards 2022 ceremony in Coventry.
On Tuesday 20th September I received the results for my entries in the 2022 International Master Photography Awards, I was Awarded 9 Merits of which 4 were Bronze Finalists and 2 were Silver Finalists, all in Location Pet photography - the most awards picked up in this category just missed out on the Top spot, bring on 2023
Cheska the little Boxer puppy comes up trumps x 🙂
July 2nd - GOLD!
Winner of The Master Photographers 'Inspirers' Portrait' a category only open to Associate & Fellows of the MPA
short listed in the International Pet Photographer of the Year competition, with over 4000 entries, Charlie and I are now definitely feeling on Top of the World.
This years Recognition from Photography Institutions
10th May 2022
My most recent success is to have been crowned the the Master Photographers Association (Central region) 2022 Dog Environmental Portrait Photographer of the year, also having the second and third place, and being awarded ten merits
Dog photography Finalist and merit winner in the 2020 & 2019 Master Photography Awards
Its not often photographers hear the phrase that their submissions into an international competition have been described as “world class”. However when the awards were given out at the 37th Annual Master Photographers Awards 2020, that’s exactly what the submissions were described as!
One International Finalist and Seven International Merits in the Master Photography Awards - my impressive haul from the 2020 Master Photography Awards.
Ray Lowe, Chairman of the MPA comments: “The standard of photography we have seen this year is without a doubt world class. It is always exciting to see new faces coming through and its rewarding to see such great talent entering our awards. With entrants both UK and worldwide, our winners really are at the pinnacle of creative excellence. The Association has sat as the premier photographic association since 1952 and this year marked the 37th Awards ceremony. It is an absolute honor to showcase imagery of such high standard and we are extremely
proud to represent some of the greatest professional image makers globally, it was a huge success for any member who gained a merit award and above from the thousands entered.”
I won the Qualified Master Photographer Association Portrait Photographer of the month for this photograph of Rosie the Super model Afghan hound
29th May - I was awarded my Associate Qualification by the Master Photographers Association.
"What an amazing way to finish off a brilliant day.
Adrian Bullers passed with pure dog studies that were stunning, especially the two Boxer dogs.
It was a joy to see the panel"
Ray Lowe Chairman of the MPA
I won the Master Photographers Association (Central region) 2019 Pet Photographer of the year
Winner of the "Top Dog Studio Award" in the Xperience Awards for this photograph of Rosie. Pictured here receiving my Top Dog Studio Award from Mark Cleghorn
The winner of the 2019 Best Associate Panel in the Master Photography Awards 2019
Below is a Video of the Award winning panel
These two photographs made it to the final of the 2019 Pet Portrait Award, with eight others gaining a merit - I was robbed (I have to say that) - next year
For the last 14 months I have been awarded a Highly Commended or higher Award for my Pet photography by the Master Photographers Association, and am very honoured to now be considered one of the best Studio Pet photographers in the U.K.
And finally there is nothing like getting the start of the festive season off to a flyer, and this is the icing on the cake for 2019 as far as I am concerned :) Congratulations to the pawtastic Stan who has won the November Dog of the Month competition and his owner Jade, she will receive the £200 cash prize.