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HDR Post-Processing Contest: Creativity wins!

Our first HDR post-processing contest is over (see the rules here), and I proud to announce our winners! Do not forget to check the video where I explain about the contest.


FIRST PLACE: Larry Fisher


Stunning and artistic work, the most dramatic and cool looking:

Larry Fisher
Larry Fisher

Congratulations, Larry. I’ve got our first prize,¬†One year subscription to c‚Äôt Digital Photography, a copy of Issue 8 (the newest issue), and a back-issue collection (issues 3, 4, and 5) of¬†c’t Digital Photography magazine.

Five second winners (in random order):


Frantisek Novotny 


Frantisek Novotny
Frantisek Novotny


Louis Madden


Louis Madden
Louis Madden

 


Noah Katz 


Noah Katz
Noah Katz

 


Madeleine Assink-Kleve 


Madeleine Assink-Kleve
Madeleine Assink-Kleve

 


Tim Wecke 


Tim Wecke
Tim Wecke

 

Congratulations to everyone! Great achievements and outstanding¬†quality. ¬†All the winners will receive¬†Back-issue collections (issues 3, 4, and 5) of¬†c’t Digital Photography magazine.

 

 

Three third winners (in random order)

 


Edgaras Bendikas 


Edgaras Bendikas
Edgaras Bendikas

 


David Fross


David Fross
David Fross

 


Gerald Flscher


Gerald Flscher
Gerald Flscher

 

Thank you guys, great work. All of you will receive¬†copies of issue 8 of c’t Digital Photography magazine.


To view all the submissions, vote for the best one (there is a voting system for registered users) and discuss it, please go to our forum:  HDR contest forum topic.

Below is my video-review from the contest I’ve recorded after winners were selected.

 Alex Koloskov talks about HDR contest

 


Thank you everyone who participated!
We had an issue with email delivery during the contest: Our server hosting company, Godaddy, has a very small cap for allowed outgoing emails, and many new registered  users were not able to receive passwords in time. It was unexpected from me, and definitely raises the question about reliability of our current host.

The good thing is that many photographers sent me their work via email, and we were able to include these submissions to the contest pool.¬†We are sorry about this issue and working with our host to make sure it won’t happen again.

More post-production (and not only) contests to come, stay tuned!

 


Realistic HDR for Landscape and Architectural PhotographersP.S If you want to learn more about HDR photography check out our e-book dedicated project, called www.realisticHDRbook.com. Many before-and-after galleries and other cool things are there.

 

 

 

3 responses on "HDR Post-Processing Contest: Creativity wins!"

  1. Hello Alex Sir & Genia Mam, How are you, I saw your website today where was a competition page which was to make HDR, it was with some pictures, which was to design in Photoshop, I was very sad because the competition was already end. It sounds funny but i want to say that I want to show you my work, I
    Have worked very harder to create this one photo, Please sir don’t ignore my request. please

  2. Thank you Alex for the opportunity to be a part of this contest, as I have also gained a little more knowledge from the many different perspectives and talent displayed in the entries.

    Thank you for the prizes!

    I will read, gain knowledge, create and share!

    Larry Fisher

  3. Congratulations to all the winners – so inspirational to see these! This contest was a great experience to be a part of. I found the process of having to work with photos someone else took forced me to see with new eyes and think outside of my normal “box.” I really enjoyed the chance to try out a variety of effects and especially enjoyed seeing all the entries and winners.

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