Bits & Pieces?
Notice I abbreviated Photo Showdown in the title? Pretty fancy, right? And, space saving. Anyway, this weeks photos are also fancy and we need you to vote on which one is your favorite. This weeks photographers are Nick Pipitone, Michael Prince, the returning champ—Danielle Fritz, and myself. These are our attempts at capturing “Motion”.
It’s finally is starting to feel like summer again, and that’s why we chose the theme “Green” for this weeks contest. Also, this week it just so happens to be a battle between our male photographers; Michael Prince, Nick Pipitone, Ben Halpin, and myself. Only one of us will make to defend our win against the ladies next week, and here are our photos.
Please share, and thanks for voting!
As color is finally coming back to Wisconsin this rainy and gray spring, we have decided to completely ignore it. Black & White is the theme this week, and Danielle returns for her second week in a row defending her crown against Sue, Jen, and myself. Here are our entries.
It’s another Photo Showdown Monday, ladies and gents. This weeks theme is New. Sue is our returning champion from last week and joining her is Jen Kuhn, Ben Halpin, and myself. The photos are below, so get your vote on! I also want to thank everyone who voted during the last contest, as it was our most visited one yet. Please continue to share.
Dear Photo Showdown Fans,
We have been thinking about what to do with our winning photos, so if you are new to our standard Monday routine you can catch-up somehow. I have been unsuccessful convincing either of the “Stevens” to print each winning photo out to be immaculately framed and then placed in front of a live feed webcam. Maybe that isn’t very practical, but we can all dream, right? It seems that the next best thing was to create a Flickr set to showcase not only the winning photos, but also all the other great submissions. Until I figure out the live feed situation and budget, this will have to do.
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