Low Vantage Points

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best shots taken on a low vantage point in this photo contest

Congratulations Grand Jury Winner “bike ” by jasonbolduc
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Congratulations Runner Up “JetOnRunway ” by tomato1236
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Congratulations Runner Up ” adventurousness ” by spARTiat_de
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Congratulations Runner Up “NORD/LB Head Office, Hannover, Germany ” by greenograph
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Congratulations People’s Choice “roots to branches ” by pixelmac
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Low Vantage Points Photo Contest Winners
more at viewbug

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AMB Photography Awards presented by Shimano

The winners for the 2018 AMB Photography Awards presented by Shimano have been announced!

Jason Beacham won the Light category with this flash-lit pre-dawn photo at Te Puia in Rotorua.
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The winner of Movement was Matt Wood with this photo of his mate and his trail dog.
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Close-Up was a category where we saw a lot of profile and detail shots. But it was this photo of a tiny frog on a bike, taken by Igor Schifris, that was voted number one.
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Jasper Da Seymour popped up again after getting 2nd in Close-Up, with this winning photo from Crankworx in Whistler in the Composition category.
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There could only be one photographer to earn the title of AMB Photographer of the Year. Congratulations Nathan Hughes.
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Photography is integral to what we do here at Australian Mountain Bike magazine. We rely on photos that do more than just show a bike, a rider or a trail. We need photos that tell a story, that create an emotional response, and leave us wanting to find out more about the location, or ride our bikes, or get on the phone to call some mates and plan an epic day on the trail. The right photos make us more stoked on our sport, and we need to make sure that’s exactly what we put in our magazine.
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AMB Photography Awards presented by Shimano
more at AMB Magazine

Bike Magazine Photo Annual 2017

Thirty uninterrupted pages of inspiration shot by mountain biking’s top photographic talents.

Senior photographer Bruno Long captured Mike Hopkins riding the magical landscape of Hawaii’s Big Island during a shoot for DreamRide 2.
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Sterling Lorence
Tom van Steenbergen | Ibig Water, Utah
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Ian Collins
Brandon Semenuk | Isavona, British Columbia
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Robb Thompson
Brett Rheeder and Tony Friesen | Ivernon, British Columbia
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Bruno Long
Mike Hopkins | Ibig Island, Hawaii
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more in Bike Magazine Photo Annual 2017