Collier Citizen Photo Contests
The Collier Citizen offers monthly photo contests. Entries must include name, contact numbers and type of camera used. Entries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month’s theme, “Black & White,” drew more than 15 beautiful entries, proving what so many great photographers already know -- you don’t need color to create a quality photograph. Mark Farmer’s river scene from Rocky Mountain National Park took first place. For his efforts, he will receive a pair of tickets to the Naples Players production of “The Secret Garden,” valued at $60. Entries for our next photo contest, “Abstract,” will be accepted through Friday, Aug. 22. E-mail entries to email@example.com and be sure to include your name, contact information and type of camera used.
This year’s ‘Green’ contest confused a few online readers with a theme very similar to last year’s ‘Got Green?’ contest. Linda Chello won with her photo of the Great Smoky Mountains. For her efforts she won a pair of tickets valued at $70 to the TheatreZone production of “Evita.” Second place went to Becky Beatty for “Smiling Frog.” All entries can be seen online at www.colliercitizen.com. Our next contest, “Morning Glory,” runs through Mar. 21. Email photo, name, camera type and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month’s photo contest, “The Sea: On, In, By or Under,” brought in 17 entries. Adrian Rodriguez took first place for his black and white photograph of family members enjoys the sea breeze near the Naples Pier. For his efforts, Rodriquez will receive a pair of tickets, valued at $70, to TheatreZone’s production of “Leader of the Pack.” Second place went to Martha Paquin for her photo of a jogger on Naples beach, shot with a Sony 8 mpx digital camera, two years ago. Aline Halle-Gilbert took third place for her beach scene in Thailand, taken with a Kodak CX7330 zoom digital in February 2007. Honorable mention was awarded to Richard B. Lawry for his sunset at the Naples Pier, a favorite for local photographers. The deadline for this month’s photo contest, “My Valentine: What Makes Your Heart Go Pitter-Patter?” is Jan. 25. Please include name, address, type of camera and contact information with your entry. Photos are judged on quality, content and adherence to the contest theme. All entries from all of the Collier Citizen’s photo contests can be viewed online at Colliercitizen.com.
The winner of this month’s photo contest, “Holiday Honeys” was Vickie Brewer with her photo of her bunny, Cuddles, at Christmas in 2006. The photo was taken a HP 412 digital camera. For her efforts, she will receive ...... Second place went to Adrian Rodriquez and ....... Malliary took third place. All entries can be seen online at www.colliercitizen.com. Entries for the next contest, “By the Sea,” will be taken through Dec. 21. Include name and contact information and type of camera. Entries can be emailed to email@example.com.
Contest went to the dogs... This month’s photo contest, “Canine Capers” drew 15 contestants. First place went to Bonnie Taylor for her entry of her Princess Leah, trying on outfits for Halloween. Second place went to Eric Kuhn’s shot of tiny Daunte’s first visit to the Dog Beach in Bonita. Third place went to Becky Beatty for her photo of Nipper’s unsuccessful attempt to hide after previous scoldings for digging holes in the back yard. For her efforts, Taylor will receive a pair of tickets to the Gulfshore Playhouse production of “Life (x) 3,” Oct. 18-27 at Cambier Park’s Norris Center in Naples. Our next contest, “Scary Stuff,” will run until Oct. 26. Entries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.Include name, contact numbers and type of camera.
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