Our friends over at Viewbug put on the largest Photofocus contest in history. And the entries were fantastic. The huge number of entries made it very tough for us as a jury to decide as we were all blown away with the level of talent in that pool.
“The winning selections are in! Thank you to all the photographers that shared their amazing entries in the biggest Viewbug Photofocus photo contest in history. The winner among the following finalists will be selected by the guest jury. The jury is comprised of a group of individuals that are the editors, publishers, authors and experts of Photofocus including Richard Harrington, Melissa Niu Nicole S. Young and more! A big thank you to Photofocus and all the amazing brands and photography services for providing the prizes for the contest and for their collaboration.”
Congratulations Grand Jury Winner “Morning reflections” by saintek
“It made us feel a part of a cinematic world, great detail, fabulous reflections. Looks fake…but is it? A great combination. Well done. ” – Photofocus Editors
Congratulations Runner Up “Leaf Gecko” by bridgendboy
“Fantastic timing! This has to be a combination of great luck, timing and patience. Love it.” – Photofocus Editors
Congratulations Runner Up “Seagulls Mirror” by jmatzick
“Birds are very difficult to capture. Not to mention a bird flying near water about to devour a fish. Fabulous. “- Photofocus Editors
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