Tuesday
Nov
2014
25

My 9th Annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide

by Scott Kelby  |  17 Comments

Welcome to my “9th Annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide” (yes, last year I brought the “Gonzo” back after a brief break because just calling it a “Holiday Gear Guide” lacked that certain, I dunno, “gonzoness.”) So, I now bring you the blog-version of my “Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide” (which appears in the current issue of Photoshop User magazine, seen above) whose light burns brighter than a thousand suns (insert dramatic pause here), featuring an unbridled collection of 100% absolutely necessary gear that there’s no way we can see clear to live another minute of our hopeless, desperate lives without. (I gotta tell ya, you have to search far and wide to find any holiday gear guide that uses the terms “hopeless” and “desperate” in the opening paragraph, which is more irrefutable proof that this guide truly stands alone.)

Before we get to the list, remember that the holidays aren’t about which gifts you get. They’re about how many gifts you get, and the person who dies with the most gifts wins. (By the way, you can now add “dies” to “hopeless” and “desperate,” making this the most riveting of all gear guides ever!) Okay, folks, watch your Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzung, because here we go!

THE RULES:

These are my self-imposed guidelines for which products make it into the guide. It’s just two rules actually. First, to be listed here they have to be products that I use myself, and that I absolutely love, and now can’t live without (well, I could live without them, but I wouldn’t want to). Second, if a product makes the guide, it has to be one I would recommend to a close friend without hesitation, especially if my friend is a personal injury attorney (kidding).

Gear Guide Categories:

In sacred Gonzo tradition, I’m breaking things into three distinct categories:

1: Stocking Stuffers (You can also use these as actual holiday gifts if you’re not that crazy about the person.)
2: Great Value Gear (Stuff that’s a really good deal for not a lot of money, but he or she will totally dig it.)
3: Cha-ching! (Stuff you buy for the doctor/lawyer/rap mogul on your holiday gift list. This is the stuff that makes them burst into spontaneous tears of joy. Well, at least I would.)

STOCKING STUFFERS


Really Nice Photo Paper

If the photographer on your holiday list has a printer, this is a gift she will truly love because you can never have enough paper (or ink for that matter). Recently, I saw some absolutely beautiful papers from Freestyle Photographic Supplies when I was at Photoshop World in Vegas. You can get an Epson Premium Photo Paper Glossy for $11.99. Sweet!

PRICE
Starting at around $11.99


Remote Shutter Release (Wireless or Wired)

This is one of those gifts that every photographer at one time or another will need, but it’s one of the last things we think to buy, which is what makes it such a great gift. You’ll need to know the make and model of his camera so you get the right type of connector. Prices start at around $18 for a Nikon or Canon wireless release. Sadly, the better DSLR he has, the more the cable release that works for that camera costs, so just hope he has a lower-end model.

PRICE
Starting at around $18


Spare Battery

I love this stocking stuffer because even if he has a spare battery, he would still love another one. It’s one of those can’t-go-wrong stocking stuffers. They’re usually fairly inexpensive (from around $40–60), unless of course, he has a high-end camera like a Canon EOS-1Dx ($165) or a Nikon D4s ($149), in which case this gift may test the limits of your friendship. Just sayin’.

PRICE
Starting at around $40


Collapsible Rubber Lens Hood

This is a really great stocking stuffer because your photographer will love it. They’re awesome because they save space while protecting her lens from damage and lens flare, and it looks like it costs a lot more than it did. They start at $4.95. Of course, the price depends on the size of her lens measured in millimeters. For example, a typical 70–200mm lens uses a 77mm size lens hood, which is still only $19.95 at B&H Photo if you buy the B+W brand, and less than half that if you buy the General Brand lens hood.

PRICE
Starting at $4.95


Some Cool Books

He will love Night Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots by Gabriel Biderman and Tim Cooper (around $16 on Amazon), or how about Matt Kloskowski’s awesome eBook Landscape Photography Workflow Using Lightroom and Photoshop for $9.99 on Amazon. (It’s an eBook for Kindle or the Kindle app on your tablet or smartphone.) Hey, he might like my new book, part 5 of my The Digital Photography Book series (just $15.80 on Amazon in print or $9.99 for the eBook version), or if you want to splurge a little (and he shoots portraits), get him Picture Perfect Posing by Roberto Valenzuela (around $30 at Amazon).

PRICE
Starting at $9.99


GREAT VALUE GEAR


Macphun Tonality Pro

The king of black-and-white conversion plug-ins had always been Nik Software’s Silver Efex Pro (now part of the Nik Collection by Google), and it’s still a great plug-in, but there may be a new king in town. Macphun has created a killer black-and-white conversion tool at less than half of the price of buying the Nik Collection. The Pro version is $69.99 and it totally kicks butt! If your photographer is into black and white, this will become her new tool of choice. (The only caveat is that it’s Mac only, so make sure she uses a Mac first.)

PRICE
S69.99


Think Tank Photo Airport Roller Derby

It’s a four dual-wheel roller camera bag that she will absolutely go bonkers over! It holds a ton of gear, and it glides through the airport like it’s on rails. Lots of room for lots of gear, and a very well-thought-out bag all the way around (plus, it fits in the overhead bin with no problem). However, fabulous eight-wheeled bags don’t come cheap: it’s around $390. Give it to someone you love, or someone you want to love you who doesn’t yet, but will after you give her this.

PRICE
$389.75


MagMod Modular Flash Modifiers

There are a lot of great flash modifiers out there, and MagMod is a new player in this market, but I gotta tell ya, their magnetic system of flash modifiers is so incredibly easy to use that you’ll be a hero when the photographer on your list uses this system for the first time. The MagMod Basic Kit is $89, which comes with the MagGrip, MagGrid, and MagGel (magnetic—it just pops on and off) but then you (or he) can buy accessories fairly inexpensively like $19 for the Creative Gel Set or $25 for the MagGel 2 Slot Kit. Cool stuff!

PRICE
Starting at $89


BlackRapid CURVE (RS-7) Strap

I learned about this strap about four years ago on one of my photo walks and I’ve been using one ever since. The strap wraps across the body (great for safety since a thief can’t just grab it off your shoulder and take off), and the camera hangs upside-down at the side ready to slide up the strap and shoot at anytime. Really can’t say enough about ’em. Around $62 at B&H. Totally worth it.

PRICE
$61.95


Cactus Wireless Flash Transceiver V5

These are so inexpensive it probably should have been listed under stocking stuffers, but don’t let the low price fool you—these puppies work amazingly well. They’re used for firing your flash or strobes wirelessly and they do a great job of it, even if they’re not the prettiest wireless units out there. A set of two is around $75 (and yes, he’ll need two—one goes on top of his camera in the hot-shoe mount, the other attaches to the flash itself).

PRICE
$74.95 for two


SmugMug Portfolio

It’s never been more important to have an online portfolio, and SmugMug’s gorgeous, newly designed templates have taken the world by storm. If the photographer on your holiday list doesn’t have an online portfolio yet (or if she does and she has dreamed of selling her work online), this is the ticket. Their Basic plan is just $40 for a year—so get her a year plan. She’ll love you for it!

PRICE
Starting at $40/year


3 Legged Thing Punks – VYV Magnesium Alloy Tripod & Airhed

I started using one of these British tripods this year and I really love it, and the photographer on your gift list would totally love one, too! It makes an awesome travel tripod and it comes with a ballhead. It has reversible legs so it folds up really small, and it’s super lightweight, but amazingly sturdy. B&H carries it for $199. You’ll get lots of love in return.

PRICE
$199


Battery Grip

This is one of those gifts that he will love you for forever because it’s so handy, and it will make his camera look and feel more like a high-end pro camera. It also gives him a second battery holder and a shutter button for when he’s shooting vertical. They start at around $50 for a third-party grip, but if you buy a Nikon or Canon brand, expect to pay at least two to three times as much, so give the Vello brand at B&H a serious look. You’ll be a holiday hero for this one!

PRICE
Starting at $49.95


MPIX Modern Metal Print

Want to really make a photographer lose her mind? Gift her one of her own images printed on metal—it’s like seeing her image in HD for the first time. Just remarkable! (By the way, this isn’t metallic paper; this is printing on actual metal.) MPIX rocks at these metal prints and you will rock for giving them. They start at $33.99 for an 8×10 (the 12×18 is a good deal at $59.99).

PRICE
Starting at $33.99


B&H Gift Card

Not sure exactly what to get him? Yes you do. Get him a B&H Gift Card. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t want something from the greatest photo store on earth, plus this way he can get whatever he wants (within the limit of how much you put on the card, of course). You can order them directly from the B&H site. They send a card and a catalog so it looks pretty substantial.

PRICE
Starting at $20


Westcott Zeppelin

While this isn’t nearly the most expensive gift in this gear guide, it’s the biggest, so it may have the most physical impact. It’s quite properly named because this mammoth softbox will give you maximum impact as it slowly casts a shadow over the studio space. Okay, I may be overdramatizing the size, but not the impact. Through a clever design, this new softbox allows you to focus and shape the beautiful light by sliding the actual strobe inside the softbox. She will love you for it. Westcott Zeppelin lights cost $399.90 for the 35″ model; $499.90 for the 47″ model; and $699.90 for the 59″ model, which looks like it’s the actual size of the Goodyear Blimp when you see it live.

PRICE
Starting at $399.90


Lightroom + Photoshop CC Photography Bundle

For around $120, you can get her a one-year subscription to Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography Bundle where she’ll get the latest versions of both Photoshop and Lightroom, plus Lightroom mobile (for iOS), as well as some other goodies. Love will rain down upon you for this gift!

PRICE
$119.88


CHA-CHING!


Profoto B1 500 AirTTL

Every photographer who shoots studio strobes on location dreams of two things: working on location without hauling around a battery pack, and shooting Profoto gear. The new Profoto B1 500 AirTTL fills both dreams at once because the battery is built into the sleek body (so no hauling a separate battery pack around). Profoto is the cream of the crop for performance, and they’re gear is built like a tank (which is why most rental houses offer Profoto as their main line). But the price of the B1 500 AirTTL isn’t for just anyone at $1,995—definitely for pros or for the Wall Street insider on your holiday gift list.

PRICE
$1,995


Synology NAS (Network Attached Storage) Backup

This is a very important and powerful gift because this will house your holiday photographer’s entire photo collection in a safe, rock-solid storage system (the same one I use myself), plus it will give her access to her images no matter where she is (via the Web). I’ve been looking for a kick-butt backup and archive system for years, and this is the one! A totally mind-blowing gift. Use their NAS Selector to find out which one is right for the photographer on your list. This may be one gift where you tell them up front, “I’m getting you a Synology NAS,” so you get the right one for her needs (and the outpouring of unconditional love may start before the actual holiday does).

PRICE
Starting at around $380


Canon EOS 7D Mark II

I know I’ve been something of a cheerleader for this camera since Canon announced it in late September, but it’s because I think Canon did something really special with this camera aimed at sports and wildlife shooters. They put pro specs into an affordable camera body, so you no longer need to have NFL-sideline-quality gear just to get great photos of your kids’ high school sporting events. With 10 frames per second, a 20.2-megapixel sensor, and much improved high-ISO noise performance over the older 7D that it replaces, I think it’s an amazing camera at a brilliant price. He will follow you around like a puppy for the rest of his life if you buy him this.

PRICE
$1,799


Tamron 28–300mm f/3.5–f/6.3 Di VC PZD (for Full-Frame DSLRs)

This is the lens I use as my all-around travel photography lens. It’s lightweight, compact in size, and you can’t beat the price as far as value goes. Will it be the sharpest lens in his bag? Nope. Will it be the lens he turns to again and again because it covers everything from wide-angle to super-telephoto? Yes it will. Will you be showered with affection for giving a lens as a gift? Yes you will.

PRICE
$849


DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Copter

The popularity of these DJI copters is exploding because, quite simply, they let your camera fly in the air for stills or video, and photographers have absolutely flocked to them in the past year. This isn’t just photography, this is fun! It’s $1,229 with a spare battery, and it’s worth every single penny. This may be the coolest gift ever.

PRICE
$1,229


STUFF FROM US

A One-Year KelbyOne Membership

Wanna give him a gift that he’ll remember all year long? How about world-class online training on everything from Photoshop to Lightroom to photography? It’s $249 for an entire year (with 24/7 access to literally thousands of lessons), or just $25 a month. Not only will he love you for it, so will I.

PRICE
$249/year; $25/month


Corey Barker’s Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks for Designers, Volume II

The name says “for designers,” but since just about every project in the entire book starts with a photo, it’s really a special effects book for designers, photographers, or anybody who wants to learn how to create amazing effects in Photoshop.

PRICE
$33.99


Treat Them to a Live Seminar

Buying someone a ticket to one of these full-day seminars would make an awesome gift. My “Shoot Like a Pro” tour, Matt Kloskowski’s tour for learning Lightroom, or Joe McNally’s “The Power of One Flash” tour are among the choices.
PRICE
Starting at $89; $79 per person for groups of five or more

Treat Them to Photoshop World Vegas

Give him a full conference pass to the Photoshop World Conference & Expo. It’s a three-day Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography love-fest. If you buy it for him now, you can get $100 off with the Early Bird discount. If you want to get a one-day pass instead, it’s just $249.
PRICE
Starting at $599
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Well, there ya have it — hope you find it helpful for your Holiday Gear Gift Shopping! :)

Best,

-Scott

 

 

Monday
Nov
2014
24

Next Week, Come Join Me in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

by Scott Kelby  |  1 Comments

Hi everybody. Hey, next week it’s my last “Shoot Like a Pro” full-day seminar of the year and I hope you’ll come out and join me for the day. Here’s the details:

Who: Me and Braddo!
What: My Shoot Like a Pro Seminar
When: Monday, December 1st (who wants to work on Monday anyway? Can I get a Woot! Woot!)
Where: The Broward County Convention Center
Why: Because you’re going to learn a whole bunch, laugh a little, and get totally energized and inspired. Perfect way to wrap up the year, and get pumped for 2015.

It’s only $99 for the full day, which includes a detailed workbook (written by yours truly), and you get a digital download of my entire “Light It, Shoot It, Retouch It” full-day seminar as a bonus (it normally sells for $69 all by itself).

Here’s the link to sign-up or just to get more info.

Hope to see you all there in Ft. Lauderdale next week! :)

Best,

-Scott

P.S. Make sure you check back here tomorrow for my 9th Annual Gonzo Holiday Gift Guide, which I actually planned to release today but as you can see, this ain’t it. Had some blog problems, but should be up and running by tomorrow, so check back then for extreme gonzoness.

Friday
Nov
2014
21

This Photographer Did Something I Just Love!

by Scott Kelby  |  21 Comments

A few weeks ago, I posted a link to a very short video tutorial I did over on the new KelbyOne Blog on how to use a camera on a monopod, with a fisheye lens, and trigger it with a wireless remote (here’s the link) for a really unique overhead look (it’s a lot easier than you’d think).

This week, a photographer named Konstantin Articus in Germany did something I so love — he took that monopod/fisheye lens idea that I showed for use in sports, and he took that idea and applied it to something completely different, and he got just wonderful results (see below).

Thanks so much to Konstantin for allowing me to share these images with you here, and my hat’s off to him for being able to take a technique shown for one use, and apply it so brilliantly somewhere else. Well done!

Hope you all have a fantastic weekend, and we’ll see you back here on Monday for my 2014 Annual Holiday Gear Guide.

All my best,

-Scott

Thursday
Nov
2014
20

It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

by Brad Moore  |  6 Comments

Cyber Weekend with KelbyOne
Cyber Weekend
is just around the corner and you can be amongst the first to gain early access to limited edition prints, commemorative DVDs, and some of the deepest discounts ever during our exclusive preview event, kicking off November 21!

Doors open for this massive discount frenzy to everyone on November 26th. Sign up now for 5 days of early access to our biggest and best offers yet!

Photoshop In-Depth: Lighting Effects with Pete Collins
The Lighting Effects filter is an incredibly powerful filter that can be used for re-lighting an existing photograph in a myriad of creative ways. From the basics of the interface to workflow tips and tricks to advanced projects like changing day to night, Pete Collins shows you everything you need to know about Lighting Effects to start using it in your next project.

Photoshop In-Depth: Cropping and Resolution with Pete Collins
Image cropping and resolution are two of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of a digital imaging workflow. Join Pete Collins as he explains the principles you need to understand when cropping, resizing, and preparing your images for output so that you can maintain the highest image quality possible for any job that comes your way.

KelbyOne Live
Want to spend a day with Scott Kelby, Joe McNally, or Ben Willmore? Check out these seminar tours!

Shoot Like A Pro with Scott Kelby
Dec 1 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL

The Power of One Flash with Joe McNally
Dec 9 – San Diego, CA

The Photoshop Creativity Tour with Ben Willmore
Dec 12 – Phoenix, AZ

Leave a comment for your chance to win a ticket to one of these events!

Jeff Cable’s Favorite Things Contest
Jeff Cable just announced this year’s Favorite Things contest, where he is giving away $10,000 in photography equipment. Win a Canon 70D kit, a DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter and so much more! You can enter the contest right here.

Last Week’s Winners
The Photoshop CC Book for Photographers
- Rayfus Jones
- Cecil
- Bill

KelbyOne Live Ticket
- Eugene Potter

If you’re on of the lucky winners, we’ll be in touch soon. Have a great Thursday!

Wednesday
Nov
2014
19

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Brad Moore!

by Brad Moore  |  18 Comments


Hanging with Queeny last month in London after the Shoot Like A Pro seminar

This past weekend I was able to shoot hip-hop artist Lecrae’s sold-out concert at House of Blues in Orlando. He’s out on tour supporting his latest album, Anomaly, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 when it released in September. Thankfully, I have some friends who have been working with Lecrae and his label, Reach Records, for a while now and were able to hook me up with an all-access pass to cover the show! I figured I would take this opportunity to share some of the shots with you, along with my thought process for covering the show and some post processing tips.

I started the set in the photo pit, the space between the stage and the crowd barricade. The stage at HoB is pretty high, so I always try to start from the sides and shoot tight to get those shots out of the way.

With a high-energy show, which hip-hop tends to be, there’s a lot of movement on stage, so I usually shoot a lot more wide shots than tight. While I still move back and forth in the pit to try and follow the action, shooting wide keeps me from having to move too much. There’s plenty of stuff to trip on in the pit, as well as the other photographers who are all trying to maneuver around each other, so the less back and forth there is, the less chance for bumping into someone.

This is one of my favorite shots from the show because it’s obviously a peak action moment with Lecrae flying high, but then there’s also the subtle background element of his backup singer also getting some air at the same time.

Needless to say, there was a lot of jumping.

Not always though.

There were even some quiet moments, which I took advantage of by getting in nice and close while he was at the edge of the stage.

But then there was more jumping! I liked the black and white edit of this shot more than the color version (below). I feel like not having the blue color of the lights and the red color of the screens intersecting his body below the arms makes it less distracting. Which do you prefer?

B&W PROCESSING TIP: One thing to keep in mind if you’re converting images to black and white in Lightroom or Camera Raw is that the color sliders still matter! Once you convert it to black and white, go back to your white balance sliders and tweak them. You’ll be surprised at how big a difference in light and contrast those adjustments will make.

Don’t stop there either. Head to the HSL sliders and you’ll see color sliders that will help you adjust your black and white mix. Depending on the colors in your photo, some of them might not do much of anything, but the ones that do affect the image will make a huge difference. It’s also a great way to selectively darken/brighten elements in your images.

And if you want more fine-tuning, head to the Camera Calibration sliders and see what you can do with those as well.

COLOR PROCESSING TIP: One thing I try to achieve in my color images is a nice contrast of colors. The main way I achieve this is also with the white balance sliders. Sometimes it’s a big move of the slider, and sometimes it’s the tiniest tweak. But I always try to find that sweet spot where the colors (in the case of the image above, red, blue, and purple) all pop the best. Then I’ll move down to the vibrance slider and see if pumping it up or, surprisingly, pulling back on it helps the image the most. In this case (and most of the shots from this show), dialing it back to -10 or so gave me the look I liked best.

After I was done in the photo pit, I moved up to a room upstairs and to the side of the stage that I had always wanted to shoot from but couldn’t because I didn’t have the access needed for it. This time I did, so up I went.

I only shot from here for a short time because there were already other people in the room, and I asked one of them if I could stand where they were for about 30 seconds just to get a few shots. I shot till I knew I had gotten a few shots with decent light and a good gesture, then moved back out to the main balcony.

From here I was able to get some shots of the whole stage from a different vantage point. And they broke out the lasers! Who doesn’t like lasers?

Apparently everyone loves lasers, because they turned them up to 11 and added a disco ball in as well. Because, well, why not?

While the crowd was blinded by the light (revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night), Lecrae snuck off stage and made his way into the crowd like the rule-breaking rebel he is (note the sign behind him).

I never am sure which shows certain moments better, tight shots like the first one, or wide shots like this one. In the first one, you can clearly see who it is and you have enough people around him that you can tell he’s in the middle of a crowd. But the second one shows the size of the crowd and the excitement of the people closest to him, and gives a bit more context by showing the stage and lights. What do you think?

During the last song of his regular set, my friends and I made our way backstage. Lecrae came off the stage for a short break while the crowd cheered for him to come back out, and I was lucky enough to grab this moment of him getting ready to take the stage for his encore. While it’s not the most exciting moment, it’s one of those things that few people get to see. So being able to capture it and share it with others is exciting for me.

I hope you like the images, that I was able to give a little insight into shooting strategy, and that the post processing tips were helpful! If you have any questions or input, leave a comment and I’ll get to you as soon as I can.

To see more of Brad’s work, check out BMOOREVISUALS.com, and follow him on Instagram and Twitter.

Monday
Nov
2014
17

Honorable Mentions from my 7th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk

by Scott Kelby  |  29 Comments

Although we’ve already announced the 10 finalists and the Grand Prize Winner from this year’s Worldwide Photo Walk, there are some other images that, while they didn’t wind up being a finalist or Grand Prize Winner, were still so good that I thought they needed some recognition.

Any of these could have been a finalist (in fact, all of these were in the running and on my short list at one point to make the final cut — and this gives you an idea of how hard it is making the final decisions. There’s just so many wonderful images).

Congratulations to all these photographers below who created such wonderful images during the walk and are officially receiving an Honorable Mention:

Guangzhou Guangdong, China
Photo By: Luz Kanapi

Stuttgart, Germany
Photo By: Ben

Trondheim Sør Trøndelag, Norway
Photo By: Gunnar

Shinjuku Tokyo, Japan
Photo By: C E

Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates
Photo By: Shyam

Porto, Portugal
Photo By: Nuno

Nagano. Japan
Photo By: Tomohiro

Mumbai, India
Photo By: Bobby

Manila, Philippines
Photo By: Nathan

Manchester, United Kingdom
Photo By: Lisa

Luna Ilocos Region, Philippines
Photo By: Josefino Jr

Bath, United Kingdom
Photo By Linda Enfield

Lasi, Romania
Photo By: Iulia

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Photo by Mary Heloisa

Lancaster, PA United States
Photo By: Merle

Kallang, Singapore
Photo By: Andy

Johannesburg, South Africa
Photo By: Victor Meyer

Isfahan, Iran
Photo By: Mehrdad

Guadalajara, México
Photo By: Raul

Fife, Saint Andrews, United Kingdom
Photo By: Steve

Edmonton, AB Canada
Photo By: Gina

DuPont, Washington, USA
Photo By: Ed Adams

Colonia Tovar, Aragua, Venezuela
Photo By: Emil

Doha, Qatar
Photo By: Medel

Dallas, Texas, USA
Photo By: Tom

Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines
Photo By: Oliver

Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines
Photo By: Lucil

Caxias do Sul, RS República Federativa do Brasil
Photo By: Luis Barp

Canberra, Australia
Photo By: Amy

Cairo, Egypt
Photo By: Heba

Cairo, Egypt
Photo By: Sherif

Brownwood, Texas, United States
Photo By: Jim

Damietta, Egypt
Photo By: Malek

Brattleboro, Vermont, United States
Photo By: Donald

Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Photo By: John

Athens, Georgia, United States
Photo By: Busara

Angeles, Central Luzon, Philippines
Photo By: Archielou Romero

Again, my congratuations to all these entrants on having such great images that they deserved special recognition. Later this week we have the winner of our Leaders Competition (lots of amazing shots — it’s another tough one to judge).

Hope you all have a fantastic Monday!

All my best,

-Scott

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