And the Winner is…

The second DLR photo competition prompted a huge response.  The standard was very high and it was difficult to come up with just 10 pictures for the shortlist but we did and it was then down to you.  As soon as the polls were open, votes started pouring in.  Hundreds of people chose to vote and we’re very grateful to you all.

The Winner of the Digital Lightroom Movement and Motion Competition is..

Steaming Round the Bend by Helen Cherry

Steaming round the Bend - Helen Cherry fr

Helen wins a copy of Topaz Labs Lens Effects. Congratulations to Helen.  You can see more of Helen’s Work at http://helensphotomania.wordpress.com/

In second place

Gracie Binoya – Hang Time

Hang Time - Gracie Binoya fr

Congratulations to Gracie. Gracie wins a copy of Topaz labs Black and White Effects.  You can see more of Gracie’s work at http://www.framesandfocus.net

And in third place…

Andy Hooker – Woven Water

Woven Water - Andy Hooker frCongratulations to Andy.  He wins a copy of  Topaz Labs Detail.  You can see more of Andy’s work at lensscaper.wordpress.com

We’d like to say a big thank you to all those who entered the competition and a special thank you to those whose pictures made the shortlist.  This was a very difficult competition to judge and the voting reflected that.  Click on any of the pictures below to enjoy the runners-up slide show that includes links the photographer’s blogs.  They are well worth a visit!

We are just finalising the details of the next competition which will now be launching tomorrow.  I can tell you that the theme is going to be ‘Still Life’.
Thank you again to everyone who took part and a big thank you to our sponsors at Topaz Labs.
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29 responses to “And the Winner is…

  1. Reblogged this on Cornwall Photographic and commented:
    Congratulations to the winners! Much deserved! Well done!

  2. Well done on running this competition. Some excellent entries depicting the competition theme and congratulations to Helen who is a worthy winner. Her photo supremely captured the theme of Movement and Motion. Congratulations to all who entered and thanks to all who voted.

  3. That winning photo is some shot.

  4. Congratulations Helen for winning. Perfect result! Congratulations also to all the other worthy shortlisted entries.

  5. Congratulations to all the winners! It is an honor to be shortlisted and I would like to thank the organizers for going through the hassle of running the competition. Keep on shooting! 🙂

  6. Such brilliant photos so hard to choose. But I really like the train, a well deserved win. Congratulations and well done and good work by the digital lightroom team organision the competition.

  7. Congratulations to the winners. What a great competition we have going here and thanks to Topaz for providing some excellent incentive. I hope this continues to grow as more people join in on the fun.

  8. Wonderful competition and a very deserving winner with a dynamic entry. Well done, all.

  9. Great competition. Thanks to the judges for short listing my entry amongst other strong images, and thanks to those who voted. Special congratulations to the winners…..and it’s wonderful that Helen won with a cracking image……she’s rather fond of steam engines…..well done Helen.

  10. Wonderful work! I’m fond of Helen’s work. She outdid herself. Congrats to all!

  11. Congratulations to the winners and to those who made it to the top ten. I was sure happy to be there too 🙂
    Thanks for the opportunity Digital Light Room 🙂

  12. Reblogged this on Scott Marshall Photography (@skm1963) and commented:
    My top choice glad you agreed – keep watching

  13. This was my favourite too, congratulations to Helen for a wonderful win. All of the photos were superb, so well done to everyone else, too (especially David for his lock gate, which was my second favourite).

  14. A note to them who manage the site; not all the shortlisted photos have their sites linked (you can still go to the individual sites by copying the text and using Google).

    That said, it had an enjoyable time exploring the works of the people shortlisted. I might not agree with the rankings, but not because of a lack of quality in the photographs featured above.

    Having looked at all the associated sites, I am amazed at the other works by the contributors. Congratulations to all; winners especially, but also to everyone involved.

  15. Congratulations all winners. Especially I want to talk about the first one, it really takes me with her… amazing shot. Thank you, love, nia

  16. Congratulation to …. Helen and two runner ups – some amazing photos have been entered – but I understand why Helen’s won. Stunning.

  17. Congratulations to the winners and everyone in top 10! All great pictures!! 🙂

  18. Congratulation to all!! Great shots!

  19. Reblogged this on LensScaper and commented:
    Many thanks to all of you who voted for me in this competition. Delighted with Third Place

  20. Congratulations, Helen! Well deserved!
    And I am so honored to be awarded the second place 🙂
    Each of the short listed photos all deserve the recognition.

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  22. Gosh thank you so much for selecting my photo.. I am sorry it has taken me so long to comment but I am currently in Cuba ( a photographers dream ! ) with virtually no access to the internet.. Many thank to those who voted and well done to 2nd and 3rd also.. .. will contact on my ret next week when access is better.. Thanks again Helen

  23. These voters obviously have good taste!! Well done Helen. Your work deserves the recognition.

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