The Results Are In! March Photo Contest!

Jason D. Moore Photography - Monthly Photo Contest

Well, it’s that time again! Once again, the field of submissions was packed with some great images making my job pretty tough. One of the things that I really liked about the winning shot was not only the obvious quality, that you can see for yourself, but if you take a peek at the original – link provided in the description on Flickr – you will see just how far its come. Nice job!

So, without further ado, the winner of a free 8×10 print of one of my shots (a $50 value) is:

Fierce-After
“Fierce – After” by goldenwreckedangle

Now, in no particular order, are some other images that really caught my attention and I felt that they deserve to be shared with you:

 National Arboretum Trip 3.22.09

Rusted Dreams - HDR  (14/100)

Gypsy Springs Cabin Trip

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Bokeh

Thanks again to everyone who has submitted photos for the March contest! I hope you will all enter in April!

On that note, the April contest is now open! You may enter up to 3 shots anytime between now and April 30th for your chance to win:

  • Gray Westcott T-Shirt
  • Long Sleeve Adobe “Ps” Logo Tee

I’ll update the sizes later…

Check out our Photo Contest Page for complete rules. Make note: I have created a new Flickr Group just for April’s contest – it’s just easier to manage that way – so make sure you enter in the right group!

Good Luck!


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Comments:
  • Thank you Jason! Funny story about that image, I created it for an animal portrait competition and it was disqualified, not because of the extreme retouch but because my final submission was over the allowable file size by a very minuscule blip. I may actually be more stoked about adding a Jason D. Moore print to my meager collection than I am about winning. I have a blue accent wall in my office that is just begging for that gold leaf on pavement shot. Great prize and a true honor – Thank you!

    April 1, 2009 at 9:02 am

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