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TOP NOMINATION FOR LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHER A


bbots Langley photographer, Hoss Mahdavi has received international


recognition for his work by being nominated for a prestigious award by the Masters Cup International Color Awards, for his contemporary family portrait in the Fine Art category. Hoss Photography was established in


1994, and has been running in the village for eleven years. The father-of-two said: ―I‘m delighted


to have been nominated in what is a global competition which attracts entries from all over the world. It‘s very exciting and a nice seal of approval for the work I‘ve been doing. ―I was nominated for my creative


approach to family portraits. I‘m passionate about my work and for me the ultimate pleasure in life is taking portraits of people and their families which they treasure. ―The key to my success is I believe


there‘s far more to a portrait than just getting someone to sit down and smile.‖ It‘s the latest in long line of awards


and short listing for the man behind the lens ,


including National Family


Photographer of the Year 2009, Regional Master Photographer of the Year in 2009 and 2010, and Regional Master Photographers Association Competition Winner 2011. To share his success Hoss Photography is giving My Local News readers a very special


offer of a FREE studio portrait session and FREE framed photograph (see below). The first 20 callers will also receive 10% off


any additional portraits purchased. Book now on 01923 494532


Hoss Mahdavi has been nominated for a prestigious photography award.


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