Organised by Dundee Photographic Society and Dundee City Council’s neighbourhood services division, the contest aims to celebrate the best pictures of the city as captured by locals.
Four trophies were up for grabs at the ceremony, held at St Paul’s Church Hall in Marketgait, with photographers able to submit up to six photos taken over the last 12 months.
The Dundee Corporation Trophy was awarded to Pat Campbell for his stunning depictions of Dundee with the images City Quay At Night, Mist Over The Tay and Who’s Watching.
The Robert Saunders Trophy was awarded to Kenneth Peters for his image Blow. The award is presented for the best photo in a Dundee park.
The Dundee Photographic Society Trophy for photographer of the year Clark placed first in the monochrome print category
Stonechat In The Rain by Dundee Photographic Society Trophy winner Stephanie Wilkie won the projected images section.
Voucher prizes of between £10 and £40 were awarded to the top photos across the categories of colour prints, monochrome prints, projected images and U/18s.
Depute convener of neighbourhood services Anne Rendall said the Photographic Competition was going from “strength to strength”.
She said: “The standard of the work never fails to impress and is a fantastic way of showcasing the ongoing changes to the city of Dundee.
“I would recommend that everyone visits the exhibition of entries which will be on display in Central Library, Wellgate Centre, from March 7-21.”
As well as the Central Library exhibition, entries can also be viewed online at dundeecity.gov.uk/environment/ photocomp.
THE winners of Dundee’s 52nd annual Photographic Competition have been revealed at a ceremony in the city centre.
A selection of the entries from top, clockwise: Mist Over The Tay, Chlachanabrain Glen Clova, Young Blue Eyes and City Quay At Night.
Young Snow White placed first in the U/18s category.