Podcast 199 : June ’09 Assignment – Everything in Focus – Results

Podcast 199 : June ’09 Assignment – Everything in Focus – Results

Just a quick post to accompany the 199th Podcast in which we take a look at the three images that received the most votes from their peers in the June 2009 photography assignment, on the theme of Everything in Focus. This was an interesting assignment again, following on from the Nothing in Focus assignment in May.

So, here are the top three images, voted so by your peers:

(Note that this week’s Podcast blog post is not a full transcript. To hear my ad-lib critiques/comments on these images listen to the audio Podcast linked at the bottom of this post or check out the Enhanced Podcast in iTunes.)

Third Place:

Edwin C's "Slam Dunk"

Edwin C’s “Slam Dunk”

Second Place:

bksecret's "Next Thunderstorm"

bksecret’s “Next Thunderstorm”

First Place:

Mr Nikon's "Drought"

Mr Nikon’s “Drought”

All Images © Copyright of contributing members

The June assignment was the start of a series of six monthly assignments until the end of November, and the prizes for this have been made possible by our sponsors WebSpy. There’s a post on my blog with details of the prizes, but to quickly recap, the third place winner will receive every issue of LensWork Extended up until December this year, when the prize winners will be decided. That’s 29 issues of LensWork extended, which is an incredible prize. Thanks to the kind folks at LensWork for arranging such a great prize for us. The second place winner will receive a Lensbaby Composer. Again, this is just amazing, and will open many creative doors for the winner. The first place winner will receive an incredible Sigma 50mm F1.4 EX DG HSM Lens! If the winner already has this lens or simply does not want it, you can exchange it for a $500 B&H gift voucher.

Podcast show-notes:

Here are the details of the photography assignment prizes that WebSpy has kindly sponsored too: https://www.martinbaileyphotography.com/2009/06/09/competition-prizes/

This episode is sponsored by WebSpy, the Internet Monitoring, Analysis & Reporting Specialists.

The music in this episode is from the PodShow Podsafe Music Network at http://music.podshow.com/


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