September 6, 2016
Congrats Nikonians July Photo Contest winnersNikonians Contest Coordinator David Summers (dm1dave) has posted the results of the July 2016 competitions.
Congratulations to our winners!
This month we have two winners in the Wildlife category.
We encourage you to click on the links to each image for a closer look.
All Silver, Gold and Platinum members are eligible to participate in any and all theme categories of the monthly forums contests and online assignments.
Check our winning images legend below and scroll down for the names of the winners. The image titles include links to the winning entries along with a look at the competition in each category.
1-A - Wildlife - "Small Feathered Friends" theme winner Roberta Davidson (Birdied), from Louisiana, USA with her image titled Female Red Winged Blackbird.
1-B - Wildlife - "Small Feathered Friends" theme winner Jesse Martinez (jesse101) from Montana USA with his image titled Red winged Blackbird.
2 - Landscape - "Sunrise or sunset with water as a significant feature" theme winner Nicholas Randall (NRandall), from Victoria, Australia with his image titled Capturing the Rising Sun - Point Addis.
3 - Macro - "Jewels or Jewelry" theme winner Jesse Martinez (jesse101), from Montana USA with his image titled Jewels.
4 - Travel - "History through a Nikon" theme winner James Reynolds (reynja), from Texas, USA with his image titled Corsair Wreck - Oahu, HI - USA.
5 - Digital Artistry - "Water" theme winner Darryl Hodson (skibreeze7), from Oregon, USA with his image titled Dew Drops on Web.
6 - July Assignment - "Isolation" theme winner Dan Wiedbrauk (domer2760), from Wisconsin, USA with his image titled Defeat.
Interested in submitting your photos?
If you want to participate, please be sure to enter one of the monthly competitions listed in David Summers' contest guide.
The Online Photo Assignments category is coordinated by Rob Migliaccio (rmigliaccio) from Rhode Island, USA. You can check his assignments updates here.
The current September Assignment is "Environment."
Your challenge is to use your photographic skill to focus attention on environmental issues.
Wall worthy images that evidence pollution or ecological damage would be perfect, as would images demonstrating the positive effects of responsible environmental management.
Posted by flashdeadline at September 6, 2016 6:15 PM
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