Congratulations to Warrena Barnerd for winning the Owensboro, Ky location of the Worldwide Photowalk. As the winner she will receive a digital copy of one of Scott Kelby’s books, and is in now in the running for the Grand Prize in the Worldwide Contest!
Warrena did an outstanding job of capturing a young girl and her dog. The placement and implied action with both the girls and dogs leg in the air, as they both moved along the wall, helped to make this the winning photo. The nice color of the grass helped to provide contrast to the girl and dogs clothing and provided a nice graphic design to the image as well. Plus the umbrella helps to keep your eye down on the subjects. The slight burning in on the corners of the photo also helps to bring the eye to the subjects. Great job!
All in all everyone turned in great images.
Great job of using the graphic elements of the center. The reflections in the windows and the strong bold lines of the brickwork make this a strong graphic photo.
I love how you have used the repeating patterns of the underside of the bridge to lead your eye to the artist painting under it. The girders all help to drive your eye to the subject of the photo. I would have liked this shot better if you had cropped it a bit more from the bottom to get rid of the little bit of stone pillar in the lower left frame of the photo and also moving a little to the right to get rid of the orange cone. My eye keeps going to both of them.
I love the mood of this photo as it reflects the day we experienced very well. Great use of leading lines and framing. My main issue with this photo though is that it’s all leaning to the left and could have easily been straighten.
Great image of the scouts presenting the colors during the National Anthem. The placement and separation of the boys saluting the flag reminds me of a Norman Rockwell cover of Life Magazine. A simple and easy to read picture.
It was a very close contest between this dad and son walking in the rain and the Winner of the walk. The placement, falling rain and both their right legs off the ground in motion really make this a strong photo. The conversion to black and white and nice design in the walk also really help to make this a nice moment between the two of them.
I love the graphic design of this photograph. The leading lines coming down off the rock piles lead the eye nicely to the center of the photo and on to the orange trucks in the background. Also the green foliage in the back ground help to force the eye down to the trucks.
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