In September we ran our ‘Memories’competition and, after an influx of spectacular images, the judging panel had the very tough decision of shortlisting the top ten.
Our panel of acclaimed judges, comprised of our founder Shahab Fraz Mirza and renowned travel blogger Paul Steele, studied and sifted through the hundreds of stunning images submitted to come up with the penultimate list.
The photos that made it into our shortlist showcase a variety of technical skills and really capture the meaning of the word ‘memory’. Deliberation has been particularly difficult due to the incredible amount of high quality entries, so we need your help to come to a decision on a winner.
You have until Wednesday 15th October to sign up, log in and cast your vote. The winner will be decided as a result of public votes and the expert opinion of our final judges. We’ll announce the overall winner 17th October.
We’re offering total prizes worth $1,000, with one lucky winner scooping the top prize of $500 worth of Amazon vouchers to spend on their choice of photography equipment so you can fulfil your photo ambitions.
The runner-up and third place will also win $300 and $200 of Amazon vouchers respectively.
Choose your favourite photo by giving it a five star rating. Click here to cast your vote now.
Don’t worry if you missed out on this competition, we’ll have more posted very shortly!
Lionel Powell – Children have no memories 9-11 memorial
Pausing For Affection – Lisa Shalom
Sunset as a Witness– Ngurah Oka
Jacek Jedrecki – Sentimental
AmourAffairs India - Your Name on my Heart
Sudirmanto Muchtar - “C’moooon We Can Do It”
Phuc Ngo Quang - Harvest Time
Christian Kielberg - Memorable view for a daughter
Andrew Cowley - Poignant
Puranjit Gangopadhyay - Lines of Experience