Grand Jury Winner

"This image exemplifies what happens when a practiced photographer thoughtfully places a camera and light in the right place at the right time. This is no simple snapshot. Kutubuddins technical skill is on display. This macro scene is perfectly focused at the right aperture to blur any background distractions. The light is correctly set to contrast this little green frog and leaf from the less exposed green backdrop. The shutter speed is just right. A faster speed and the rain would not be blurred to give us that sense of a downpour in motion; any slower and the leaf would be blurred from that same motion. Ultimately Kutubuddins recognition of the moment and practiced skill worked in concert to create a unique, single-image-story that is easy for a viewer to connect with emotionally. Who among us cant relate to this little frog with its leaf umbrella?" - Hudson Henry

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"I’ve seen lots of cheetah photos. I’ve photographed Cheetah in Africa, but I don’t recall ever seeing a photo that better captures the speed, power and grace of these amazing runners. Great light, great focus and a well filled frame. Way to be in the right place and time FaithPhotography." - Hudson Henry

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"Wow! This is a time and place that few of us get to witness up close like this. I love seeing the shockwave develop on the wings. Way to sharply fill the frame with a special instant Chris Buff." - Hudson Henry

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"Talk about the right place at the right time. Matthew Jones recognized a dramatic scene playing out and captured it. The lighthouse and the wave provide both a sense of scale and drama. I love the light, the fast shutter and the precise instant captured. This image tells a simple story. Never doubt the power of the sea." - Hudson Henry

Amateur Winner

"Great street photography is always about being at the right place at the right time to capture a definitive moment. This is a great example; a truly unique moment. This photograph tells a story and leaves us with lingering questions. Devin leaves us to choose our own title. “Mutual Respect?”" - Hudson Henry

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About The Contest
We are excited to share this collaboration with amazing photographer Hudson Henry and on1 Software. We invite you to share your best photos shot in the right place and at the right time. "This isn't as simple as it sounds. Obviously, if you fail to reach your locations you won't capture great images. But your physical presence alone is not enough. I firmly believe that to capture a really special still image, a powerful image, we photographers must be connected to our subjects... In this case a place." - Hudson Henry
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Grand Jury Winner
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Hudson Henry
Hudson Henry lives to create dramatic still and motion imagery. While renowned for his adventure, travel, landscape, documentary field work and fine art prints, Hudson enjoys teaching creative workshops as well as producing commercial projects. A particular passion is the production of ultra-high-resolution panoramic merger images and very large prints.
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Here's How It Works
What photos should I share in this contest?
Share shots you took at the right place and time
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What is the total value of the prize?
The total prize value is $450 plus the bragging rights. Prizes are delivered through Amazon and cash prizes are sent via Paypal.
How many submissions are there in the contest?
There are 9,992 submissions.
What happens with the ownership of the photo I share in the contest?
You always maintain all the rights to your photos. By entering the contest you accept viewbug's terms of use.
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