Winners

WINNERS OF THE APERTURE LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

Monthly Contest Winners

Irene. by IRENEART
May 2013 Photo of the Month Winners
Overall Winner – OvIrene. by IRENEART Photo of the Month Runner-up Empowered by Joy by chelseynicolephotos     Fly by
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April 2013 Photo of the Month Winners
Overall Winner – Honey Bee by lekahuie Photo of the Month Runner-up Beauty of nature by shirsendu   Fishing in
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WINNERS OF THE APERTURE LIGHT MONTHLY PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

 

Winners of 2010 Photography Contest

Overall Winner of 2010 Yearly Photography Contest

Northern Lights, Iceland

Aurora BorealisPhotographer : Katarzyna Narloch-Liberra

Camera and settings : Canon 450D

Country : Iceland

 

 

 

 

Lion
This lion at a wildlife sanctuary in Indonesia found his light at the perfect moment for me to capture it.Image Caption
Lion in the ShadowsPhotographer : Stephanie SwartzCamera and settings
EOS-1D Mark III.Country : USA
 Snow Geese Blast Off at Sunrise
Taken at Bosque del Apache. Early morning blast off, 20+ degrees weather. Took me 5 mornings to get the shot right. The light, the wind and the timing were there today.Image Caption
Low Angle of Grand Prismatic Pond, YellowstonePhotographer : Troy LimCamera and settings : Nikon D700 + 14-24mmCountry : USA

 

Winners of 2009 Photography Contest

Overall Winner of 2009 Yearly Photography Contest

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Image Caption : Love From Head to Toe by

Photographer : ErinKirsten

Image Details –This is a favorite shot of mine because of the depth of emotion. The support the father is giving the baby’s foot. The hand grasping onto his dad’s, the smell of his baby as he kisses the top of his head. For me, it is evident of so much between a father and his child.

Camera used – Nikon D300

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Image Caption – Morning drink Photographer :  STEFAN B EDWARDSImage Details – This lizard was shot with a Nikon macro lens, 105mm VR, he had just been sprayed with some water and was having his first drink of the day. External flash usedCamera used – Nikon D300

p6Image Caption – Low Angle of Grand Prismatic Pond, YellowstonePhotographer : Calvin OgawaImage Details – It was taken inches above the steamy waters of the Grand Prismatic Pond. The vivid colors still shines through the intense steam off of the geological hot zone. It is one the most famous geological feature other than Old Faithful Geyser.

Camera used – Nikon D-5000

 

Winners of 2008 Photography Contest

Overall Winner of 2009 Yearly Photography Contest

Image Caption – Reflection by David Rex Ketchum
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Photographer : David Rex Ketchum

Camera used – Canon 20D
Country – U.S.A

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