In the last week, we’ve had an amazing response to the poll with over 1000 people casting their votes. The standard of entries has been reflected in the voting but we can now reveal the winners.
In first place
Lee Wright – A Wet Dark Night
You can see more of Lee’s work at www.wrightwaygraphics.com Lee wins a copy of Topaz Clarity, Topaz DeNoise and Topaz ReMask.
In second place
David Hall – Moody Manhattan
You can see more of David’s work at www.davidohall.wordpress.com David wins a copy of Topaz Clarity.
In third place
Lignum Draco – Don’t Forget to Look Up
You can see more of Lignum’s work at www.lignumdraco.wordpress.com Lignum also wins a copy of Topaz Clarity.
In fourth Place
Pascal Tran – Hustle and Bustle
You can see more of Pascal’s work at www.sph3re.wordpress.com Pascal wins a copy of Topaz Clarity.
Congratulations to the winners and to all those whose pictures were shortlisted…
Barak Palesznicki for his picture, Uptown Manhattan. You’ll find more of Barak’s work at barakpal.500px.com
Sorin Ifrim for his picture, La defense. You’ll find more of Sorin’s work at http://ifrimphotography.wordpress.com
Maralee Park for her picture, Seattle. You’ll find more of Maralee’s work at throughmylens365.wordpress.com
Don Maclean for his picture, The River of Kings, Bangkok.
Melinda Harvey for her picture, The Stairs from the Nameless Street. You can see more of Melinda’s work at www.melindagreenharvey.com
Michael O’Connor for his picture, Reflections in Venice. You can see more of Michael’s work at www.flickr.com/photos/mwoconnor
Our thanks go to everyone that entered the competition, the shortlisted photographers and the winners but especially to our sponsors, Topaz Labs who provided judging this time around as well as the fantastic prizes of course.
We’ve been having a long hard think here at the Digital Lightroom and we’ve come up with at theme for the next competition that is going to get you thinking about an aspect of compostition that can be incredibly effective, Lead in Lines. We’ll be publishing an article on this very useful compostitional technique next week. We’ll launch the competition officially but you can start thinking about the pictures you might enter in the coming weeks. 😉