BRIT Hugo Healy has walked off with a top photography prize for his stunning picture of Indonesia’s largest waterfall. The Brighton-based photographer claimed the $1,000 prize money after winning the #Aerial2019 competition from Agora Images. The breath-taking snap shows Tumpak Sewu in Java, the largest waterfall in Indonesia, and the Semuru active volcano in the background. Not only is Hugo an award-winning photographer who uses drones extensively in his work but also works as a part-time firefighter. He said: “Ever since I brought a drone three years ago, I have wanted to capture the world from a unique angle, and light sharing how beautiful and colourful our planet is in order to inspire others to get out and explore.” The competition was judged by Konrad Paluch, who said: “I chose Hugo Healy’s because it combines the beauty of our nature combined with a dramatic and moody vibe making it an outstanding photograph.”I also think that he had to be very patient and put a lot of effort into capturing the scene the way he has. “The amazing timing of the photo to capture the incredible weather conditions as well as the mood makes this photo a winning image.” most read… Read full this story
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