Tag: photo contests
Reader's Choice Winner
Fakarava, Tahiti: "On this day, you could pretty much point your camera anywhere and shoot a postcard. But the contrast of this bleached pier with that placid blue water made me reach for my wide-angle lens. The effect makes me feel like I'm still standing right there."
Have what it takes? Submit a photo to the 2012 ISLANDS Reader Photo Contest »
- Tripods can be heavy to lug around, I know, and the perfect system has yet to be invented to easily carry one in a comfortable manner for a long time.
- We asked for your best island photos. You offered a staggering 10,696 images. Was it your love of the islands, their sunsets, beaches, colorful locals and coastlines? Or did prizes like a Tahiti cruise play a role? No matter, we thank you. All of you. Now, let's hear from the winners...
- Getting anyone to pose for a portrait can be a feat. But when there’s a language barrier, it can be nearly impossible. Photo Editor Lori Barbely takes us to Cat Ba Island, Vietnam, where she finally got this woman to smile for the camera. Here are her 4 winning tips.