Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing people in a frame in this photo contest with chances to win the Amazon Fire TV and more.

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Mark Morrow for his collaboration as a guest judge. Mark Morrow is a Virginia-based photographer with experience in real estate and architectural projects as well as commercial product and portraiture. Always an avid student of the craft, Mark enjoys sharing insight and inspiration with enthusiasts and aspiring pros as a contributing author with Photofocus.com

People's Choice

Grand Jury Winner

"Our Grand Jury Winner for this contest, 'Mirror Man' by Steve Jackson captures an everyday scene in an extraordinary light. As our subject heads seemingly off to work with briefcase and umbrella in hand, the surrounding structure compels the eye with the greatest of ease. The masterful use of reflection and monotone command a subtle, yet forceful attention to our subject as he makes his way unaware of our gaze. The low angle and subsequent upper-thirds framing allows for a plethora of emotional space, and possesses an utterly ideal depth-of-field for the scene. The image is strikingly dead-on from first viewing and well-stands the test of time." - Mark Morrow

Runner Up

"Our second runner-up offering by MK-Photography, 'Untitled' presents a unique take on the contest format in general. The artist's choice of framing is natural and unposed, carrying the viewer away as it were to another time and place entirely. The choice of our subject's attire and monotone processing technique combine to beautifully enhance a timeless aura and effect. The staging, timing and subsequent expression of our young lady and her snack appear authentic and hauntingly realistic, harkening the viewer to a storybook time and place of long ago - once upon a time.." - Mark Morrow

Runner Up

"True to the contest format in general, our third runner-up and aptly-entitled offering, 'Framed' by Ricardo Williams is an inspiring and fun take on the topic overall. The repetition of the subject in varying pose and expression creatively draw the eye inward, adding a wealth of interest to an everyday setting and scene. From the innermost window sill to the outermost vignette, Mr. William's choice of subject and processing combine to generate a lasting interest, and effect that any subject would appreciate." - Mark Morrow

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"Framed" by Andri_Iskandar

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