|Description:||Enter any of your best photos. The winning photos are the ones with the most votes. Voting ends two days after the competitions ends.|
|Competition Ended:||2012-07-08 ( 45 weeks ago )|
|Prize Description:||$10 added to your I SHOT IT account.|
|Votes:||Voting Results ( votes )|
Thank you for the votes! I am Alexey Pronin, live in Miami, Florida. One evening last year I saw my cats sitting together and looking outside. I grabbed a picture and later decided to make the background more interesting. Using Photoshop CS5 I placed the cats into a photo of a sunset at Volga River, Russia, I also took last year. Both pictures were taken with Sony A100 DSLR camera. You are welcome to visit my website.
Photographer - Larry Missildine (Missildine Arts) Model - Kathy T MUA & Hair - MS Borah Camera - Canon 7D Location - Studio in Allen, TX
My name is Yu Shi. This picture was shot last Oct during my trip to Tibet. I likes the afternoon warm sunlight and overall red color tone of the picture. I used a Canon 5DII and a 70-200mm 4L to take this photo. This is my first week to join "I SHOT IT" and very happy to get my first Mark of Excellence.
I'm Kris Montgomery, from Melbourne, Australia. This photo is a view from the Altona boat ramp. Altona is a western suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Thanks for the votes :-) Nikon D90, Nikkor 18-55@18mm, 1/400s, f11
My name is Fraida Gutovich and I consider myself primarily a bird photographer with an interest in urban birds, local waterfowl and shorebirds. I used a Nikon D3100, 55-300 lens to capture this animated expression on a Great Dane at a local park. Thank you so much for choosing my picture as one of your favorites......it is an honor.
Wow, Thank you all for voting for my photo! My name is Lisa Buckner. I took this photo of the sunflower field outside of Ennis TX in May of this year. I love photography because it takes me away, and always makes my day so much brighter! I shot this with a Sony A330 SLR camera with a 18-55mm lens. I used Photo Shop to use Extreme Exposure & Saturation to make this photo just different. :)