in annual press photography awards
Bay City News Service
March 25, 2007
The San Francisco Bay Area
Press Photographers Association presented awards this evening
to the winners of its 33th Annual Newspaper and Television News
Photography Competition at an awards ceremony in Oakland's Jack
About 150 news photographers as well as photojournalism students
in the greater San Francisco Bay Area from every major newspaper,
wire service and television station entered the competition for
their photography in 2006.
The winners are as follows:
Newspaper Photographer of the Year: Lacy
Atkins, San Francisco Chronicle
Television Photographer of the Year: Jeremy Carroll, KNTV
Student Photographer of the Year: Justin
Mott, San Francisco State University
Newspaper Spot News Photography: Bryan
Patrick, Sacramento Bee, "Flooded Home"
Newspaper General News Photography: Karna Kurata, Freelance,
Newspaper Feature Photography: Brian
Baer, The Sacramento Bee, "Cold Jump"
Newspaper Sports Action Photography: Jacqueline
Ramseyer Orrell, Silicon Valley Community Newspapers, "Pound
Newspaper Sports Feature Photography: Jeff
Chiu, Associated Press, "Bloodsport"
Newspaper Portrait/Personality Photography: Michael
Macor, San Francisco Chronicle, "Obama"
Newspaper News Picture Story: Photography: Karna Kurata, Freelance,
"Nalaikh's Unofficial Coal Mines"
Newspaper Feature Picture Story: Renee
C. Byer, Sacramento Bee, "A Mother's Journey"
Newspaper Best Multimedia Package Photography: Pauline Lubens,
San Jose Mercury News, "Frank Sandoval: A Survivor's Journey"
Television Spot News Photography: Andres Valenzuela, CBS/Fox,
"Piper The Kitty"
Television General News Photography: Don Hardy, KNTV, "Manny's
Television Feature Photography: Brad Williams, KNTV, "Cold
Television Mini-Doc/Series Photography: Don Hardy, KNTV, "Bangalore
To The Bay"
Television Sports Photography: Chris Bollini, KFTY, "Crunch
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