Travel Photography Contest Winners

Thanks to everyone who entered our last photo competition. There were some great entries, keep up the great work everyone! We have 11 winners this time around, there is a fan favorite who received the most votes from the public. We also have 10 other winners that we chose that will win a copy of gps4cam iPhone app.

First congrats to the fan favorite, Bed & Breakfast by Jill Barlow. Congrats jill you will receive a $100 gift card from Black River Imaging!

For the 10 other winners there were some amazing examples of travel photography from a very wide range of styles. In no particular order here are our top 10 pics.

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Thanks to everyone and congrats to the winners. Your prizes will be sent out later today.

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Author: Mark

Mark is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer from Northern California. He has been passionate about photography since childhood and started his studio 12 years ago to bring a fresh style of photography to the wedding and portrait world.

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  1. Hey Mark,

    Great article, great competition. 🙂

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter, and I look forward to other ones.

    Just a question, maybe you can look into this. I agree with the whole only one vote per person, that just makes it fair, but why is it that you can only have one vote per network. I, like everyone else, asked family, friends, facebook and twitter to vote, but anyone who doesn’t live alone, or work alone, was able to make more than one vote in any given LAN, or network. Even if there was 100 people working in the same building.

    Is this setup that way purposely?

    I have been trying to find a way to email you about this, but can not find an email for the life of me, lol… so I’m here making a comment.

    Congrats to Jill, it’s a really nice pic, and to the 10 finalists as well. 🙂

    I look forward to entering more contests, and hopefully wining one or two 🙂

    All the best, keep up the great work here.


  2. It should be per person not network. You can click the contact form above to email me and i’ll look into it more. Thanks,

  3. For those that didn’t include your website in the caption and are the top 10 winners please use the contact form above to contact me and get your download code

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