Power Retouche Fine Photography Competition January Winner

Some great entries in this photography competition.
Results of the January Competition

The January Winner of the Power Retouche software is Darren Livingston of Virginia, USA.

David Livingston photography
Photo was taken at a military funeral at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington VA, USA.  I used a Canon 1D DSLR with a 70-200 zoom lens.

Judges’ comments: A great image. Perfect timing and placement. Good lighting emphasis. Very strong.

David Livingston photography
Infrared portrait of my son using 20mm f2.8 lens on Canon camera.

Finalists were:

Peter Ciccariello

Peter Ciccariello photography

“The Gold Watch”

A study in contrast, literal and metaphorical. Taken with a Nikon D80, available light, no post work.

Steve Dunn

Steve Dunn photography

After an hour of trying to get a decent sunset I headed home and looked out the window and noticed a storm coming. I headed back down and got this shot.
It was shot at BULB with the shutter held open for 2 minutes at f4.5 and ISO100

Jack MacDonald

Jack MacDonald photography

Quickdraw contest – digital telephoto.

Redrawn, smudged, textured and blurred.  Used Photoshop CS2.

John Stevenson

John Stevenson photography

John Stevenson photography

They are part of a series – “truly scene” – which I’ve worked on recently (mostly in the middle of the night ….).  They pay a sort of modern-day photographic homage to the botanical artists of renown from the 18th and 19th centuries.  (Both entries here use some of the Power Retouche plug-ins.)  My renderings are in this instance are built from scanograms

Our thanks to Power Retouche for the prizes and to all the entrants.

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