Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing fun ways of transportation in this photo contest in collaboration with Paul Michael Kane with chances to win amazing prizes. A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Paul Michael Kane for his collaboration as a guest judge. Paul is a award winning and internationally published photographer and the creator of the best-selling LightBox Photography Cards. He is committed to inspiring creative development in those around him, leading him to speak and teaches seminars in the fields of both visual communication and digital photography. His charitable work in helping to restore some of America’s lost history is the cornerstone of his career.

People's Choice

Grand Jury Winner

"I chose this image as I believe it beautifully represents the theme of the contest – Funportation. Our subject’s smile is simply infectious. The composition is wonderful with a terrific use of the nice, soft background. And those eyes – They draw us right in. Lighting is terrific and really brings a sense of timelessness to the photograph. Bravo!" - Paul Michael Kane

Runner Up

"Another timeless shot with a subject we can instantly connect with. Lighting is absolutely terrific and you’ve captured this at the exact right moment, with the pony in the foreground nuzzling the little girls shoulder – absolutely right place at the right time! The post processing is very well done and suits the atmosphere of the image. Outstanding!" - Paul Michael Kane

Runner Up

"I’ve only recently come to appreciate the joys of antique locomotives and steam engines – and this image really captures the fun that many train enthusiasts share. The very well done framing of our subject leaves no question as to what mode of transportation we’re presented with. The black and white treatment is expertly handled . . . well done!" - Paul Michael Kane

Runner Up

"Wonderful capture with some terrific leading lines – and a great example of when to break the rules! Having that horizon line cut right through the middle doesn’t distract nearly as much as the rule might suggest, especially since Dad is breaking up that line. Another processing job well done, getting some amazing detail in the sky and not artificially dulling down the highlights in the clouds. Kudos!!" - Paul Michael Kane

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