Our friends over at GuruShots, “The World’s Greatest Photo Game,” recently offered a challenge where particpants submitted their best images “Lit by Twilight.” There were thousands of entries and 39.4 million votes throughout the contest but the top winners have been chose. See who won as well as the 100 top rated images below.
Critique the Community
In this episode of Critique the Community, we are looking for your best photographs that represent “technology”. These images can be posted to any type of photography portfolio and feature any genre of photography. Keep in mind, our critiques are always based on the idea that only your best work should be featured in your portfolio and these images would be used to gain future clients. Feel free to submit any images you want that fit the guideline but we will still critique based on portfolio quality work regardless.
As always, the highest rated image will win a free tutorial from…
That’s right, $3,700 is up for grabs in the newly announced Comedy Pet Photo Awards. Just take a humorous photo of a pet and you’re in the running. And the best part is that it doesn’t even need to be your pet. It can be anyone’s. Read on for more information.
Photojournalism is perhaps the most emotionally rewarding type of photography. But the financial reward can sometimes be more elusive.
Stuck at home and running out of photo ideas and new episodes of “Tiger King?” Why not accept a fun new social media challenge to try your hand at celebrity portraiture.
Quarantine has seen photographers launch themselves into a crazy number of photo challenges, some with great results, some that are already feeling a bit like hard work. The J. Paul Getty Museum has hit the ball out the park, though, with their photo challenge: recreate a work of art using three objects you have lying around at home.
Critique the Community
Today we are going to try something different. Instead of critiquing some of your best images, we are asking photographers to submit only images they have created during their quarantined time from this coronavirus pandemic. We aren’t setting any specific genre so you can submit any type of photograph or art but we do ask you only submit images you have created in the last few weeks.
All entries must be submitted by April 8th at 11:45pm Eastern Time, and this time we are going to give away a free Fstoppers Tutorial to every submission…
Critique the Community: Joy
This week has been a tough week as quarantined life has become the norm for many people around the world. To help us reflect on the good times and the positive nature of humanity, we thought it would be interesting for our next Critique the Community theme to be “Joy.” From now until March 29th, upload your best images that reflects the emotion of “joy” and this weekend we will review 20 of our favorite images. As always, the highest rated image along with one random submission will win a free photography tutorial from the Fstoppers Store (we are…