Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing cliffs in the Waterfront Cliffs Photo Contest with chances to win a Action Cam and Gift Cards and more!

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Ed Heaton for his collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. Ed is a full-time professional photographer / educator and owner of Ed Heaton Photography. He teaches workshops and has given lectures at most of the major photography events throughout the United States. He is a Tamron Image Master, a Gitzo Ambassador and a Manfrotto Ambassador. He has also been hailed by Outdoor Photographer Magazine as a “Landscape Master” he is an Arcanum Master, a unique on-line learning community for creatives. His motto is “learning to capture light will make extraordinary images from ordinary subjects”.

Grand Jury Winner

"A very solid and strong image. The composition is technically correct with several wow factors that help to push this image to the top of my list. I love the placement of the sunburst and the balance that the cascading water provides on the right-hand side. Well done!" - Ed Heaton

Amateur Winner

"Excellent use of light and I love how the shoreline pulls me around to the sun. Again, this is a very technically correct image with amazing light." - Ed Heaton

Runner Up

"I absolutely love the mood of this image with the approaching storm and fog in the distance. The title was certainly appropriate as I feel the house stands alone and isolated." - Ed Heaton

Runner Up

"A very dramatic stormy image. I love the wave action and motion that is captured here drawing me back towards the dramatic sunset light and rainbow." - Ed Heaton

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"Kilauea Lava Flow One" by BensViewfinder

 

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"Tantrum " by PaulWatsonPhotography

 

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