Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing a moving main subject in the A World Of Motion Photo Contest with chances to win $500 cash prize – to cover round-trip airfare, two nights hotel + lens rental to create the best photo adventure!

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Casey McCallister for his collaboration as a guest judge. Casey McCallister is a self-taught outdoor lifestyle photographer and adventurer based in Northern California. His photography is both documentary and artistic. He captures adventures as they happen, the stages on which them play out and the moments in between. Read more

Grand Jury Winner

"What's the be said here? This shot is gallery-worthy! The light is obviously incredible, but I like how the horses hooves have slight motion blur which makes it easier to make the viewer feel as though they were actually there." - Casey McCallister

Runner Up

"I really hope you shot this with a hefty zoom lens because the menacing look is terrifying! It makes the photo, however. Great choice of aperture allowing both the droplets and bear to be in focus, but falling off in both the foreground and the background." - Casey McCallister

Runner Up

"Footprints can be sometimes be cliche leading lines, but I really appreciate the usage here. I also enjoy that the bear is walking away from the photographer. There's something calming about a menacing animal taking a casual stroll away that goes against what I should feel when viewing a polar bear. Great shot!" - Casey McCallister

Amateur Winner

People's Choice

"Knowing how difficult it is to photograph breaking waves, I understand the work that went into this shot - and you nailed it. The green water and orange sky complement each other very well well and the glassy water does an incredible at capturing the reflection that provides depth for the image.
" - Casey McCallister

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