Moving Fast

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best shots of subjects moving fast in this photo contest.

Train Arm and Motion
by Lovesphoto
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Red dragon
by carlopierbattista
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Transit
by Hugovalleperez
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Aria’s flight
by UnTill
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Running with the flock
by Nicolekost
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more in: “29+ Jaw-Dropping Captures Of Subjects Moving Fast”
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Setting The Scene

If you like cityscapes or landscapes then this round is for you. The brief is purposefully loose, and we are happy to receive images featuring anything from contemporary architecture to grand, mountainous vistas. From the early morning sun throwing shadows onto a skyscraper, to the undulating form of hills receding into the distance, the possibilities are endless. Don’t be afraid to be abstract in your interpretation: architecture, for instance, is full of curves, lines and other interesting details. When it comes to shooting the landscape, light is everything – so pay attention to sunrise and sunset times, the weather forecast and tide timetables, where appropriate. Whether you go urban or rural, planning is a must.

The Future by Neil Burnell
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Calm before the storm by Dominic Beaven Photography
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In the middle of the forest… by Eurofoto
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Morning Moon by Julia Martin
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Untitled by Caron Steele
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Setting The Scene
more at photocrowd

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Buachaille Etive Mor…, Dreamland…, …

«My adventure with photography has started not so long time ago as in 2005. Photography faced “cyber era” which accelerated its development and photo web portals were getting more and more popular among many new enthusiasts of photography . At that time I came across simple compact camera. Fun I was having taking photos was so great that family photos were soon pushed into the background, my family cannot forgive me until now;). What motivated me most were top quality photos with perfect compositions from places I’ve never had chance to see. Then it was clear for me that if I dare to go one step further taking landscape photos will be a source of greatest satisfaction.

Buachaille Etive Mor…
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Dreamland…
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Quiraing…
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Autumn…
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Castle…
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Today, traveling across the world’s roadless tracts together with my camera and stand, I feel like a hunter who is aimed at capturing some interesting part of reality. What’s more dependence on weather conditions and light makes it even more challenging for me.»
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Krzysztof Browko Photography
more at 35photo

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Long Exposure

Please enter your best photographs which have been captured using a long exposure. Your image can be any subject, but must show the effect of using a slow shutter speed and long exposure time. In the judging I will be looking for image quality and photographic skill. Entries can be in black and white or colour.

Moving People by Stuart Smith
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Mont Saint-Michel by Olga Volianska
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Rialto Bridge and the Grand Canal by Guy Lundstrom
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Thunderstorm at Alexanderplatz by Nico Trinkhaus
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Ghost Chairs by JBC Photography
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Long Exposure
more at photocrowd

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Night Landscapes

35awards — a major international award created in 2015 by the creators of the professional photo community 35photo.pro. In the first year, 36 thousand people from 110 countries took part in it. In 2016, more than 76 thousand. Every year count of participants increases. In 2017, more than 103 thousand people from 160 countries took part in the competition. More than 257 thousand photos were submitted for the competition.

Rok Stirn
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Hernando Alonso Rivera Cervantes
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John Vermette
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Hugo Valle Perez
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Trashin Alexander
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Night Landscapes | Best Photos in Nomination
more at 35awards

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A Postcard Picture

“In this contest I would like to see your photos which look like the type of image shown on picture postcards found all over the world in souvenir shops. The photo can be taken in any location, but should look like a photo on a postcard.”

Lake and Mountains.
by Chris O’Hara
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El Xarco.
by Felipe Tomás Jiménez Ordóñez
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A last minute plan
by Nate Cutler
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Grand Teton Sunrise
by Mary Hulett
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Emerald Lake
by Dave Feaster
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A Postcard Picture
more at Photocrowd

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