...the quality of entries in the first 2 months of Shoot The Land has been exceptional
(PRWEB) September 14, 2013
The Winners of the July and August Shoot The Land Photography Award have been announced!
The winners are Timothy Poulton (July) and Mateusz Liberra (August). Shoot The Land is a new monthly photography award, created by the good people that started Shoot The Face (Portrait Award) in 2012. Both contests are designed to inspire, recognize, expose, and reward talented photographers around the globe. These contests give all photographers a purpose to create powerful photography, as well as a regular deadline to work towards. “The quality of entries in the first 2 months of Shoot The Land has been exceptional, we are incredibly excited for the rest of the year” Founder STF and STL.
The July and August winners will have their photographs publish in Landscape Photography Magazine amongst some of the most inspiring landscape photography that can be found on-line. Landscape Photography Magazine is a platform full of refreshing content, exciting features and stunning imagery from around the world. As well as having their work published, all winners from Shoot The Land also win cash and prizes.
Timothy Poulton is an Australian Photographer, his ‘preferred format is panorama because of the scope it offers when capturing a whole scene, with all the contrasts and detail abundant in nature. Although many photographers alter their work, I prefer to keep my images as true to nature as possible, allowing the viewer to share my wonder of the scene and relax into all its subtleties without distraction’.
Mateusz Liberra was born in Poland. In 2007 he moved to Iceland, ‘together with my wife we started to travel a lot and capture the beauty of this unique country’.
All of the Finalist from July and August can be seen in the Shoot The Land Gallery.
Shoot The Land is an Online International Landscape Photography Award. Anyone who thinks they have what it takes to be this months Shoot The Land Winner can submit their images here.