The Results Are In: June Photo Contest!

Jason D. Moore Photography - Monthly Photo Contest

For the latest monthly photo contest, as with every month’s contest, I was presented with a number of excellent entries to choose from. Thank you to everyone who sent in your shots and for making my job so tough.

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

Rare Indeed

“Rare Indeed” by mreid1166

What I really liked about this shot has the desaturated, high contrast look and the excellent depth of field. The choice of a square crop draws further attention to the shot and just the right amount of vignetting to keep your eyes in the frame. I really enjoy the reflection of the subject in the metal within the right-hand third and the grungy yet tack sharp words in the top third. I like all of the repeating patterns of vertical and horizontal lines in the lattice work, the brick, the stripes in the awning and the subject’s shirt, they really add interest throughout. ┬áVery well done!

As always, there were a number of shots that deserve mention for their artistry and unique approaches to image making:

View from Bel Meadow (56)

Subway Anyone? - (78/100)

Sunrise Friend

Window

Thanks again to everyone who entered and I hope to see what you will be coming up with for next month’s photo contest.

Speaking of the July Photo Contest, we have an excellent prize in store. Mpix has generously agreed to provide a free 16×24 Gallery Wrap to the winner! So get shooting and enter your photos on our July Photo Contest Flickr Group for your chance to win.

Good Luck!

Comments:
  • Great use of color and DOF thanks for the share!

    July 2, 2009 at 11:46 pm
  • wow. these shots are wonderful. i don’t know if i’m inspired or if i’m ready to sell my dslrs on craigslist and just give up. there are so many exceptionally talented individuals out there. thanks for bringing me in touch with them.

    July 5, 2009 at 3:02 pm

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