Barrie, Ontario, Canada, August 15, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Photography Corner ( www.PhotographyCorner.com ) has announced that Neil Shapiro is the winner of the site’s latest Contest Corner Challenge, and as such has been awarded an Urban Disguise 30 camera bag provided by Think Tank Photo. The recent challenge asked photographers to simply take and submit a photograph depicting "weather.". PhotographyCorner.com began offering Contest Corner Challenges in July 2004, and new challenges are issued throughout the year.
With over 30% of the votes from a total of sixteen qualifying submissions, Neil won the recent photography challenge CCC#65: Crazy Climate with his work titled “Crazy July.” This is the first Contest Corner Challenge win accomplished by Neil Shapiro.
Contest Corner Challenges at www.PhotographyCorner.com are issued to site members in the community’s forum and on the Corner Blog (http://www.photographycorner.com/blog). Only Premiere Members of Photography Corner (requires a yearly or lifetime subscription) are eligible to win some of the bigger prizes, but all members of the site are always invited to submit photographs to the contest, and all have a chance to wins prizes in each contest. Everyone is invited to participate in the week-long voting window to vote on contest winners and discuss submissions after they have all been received.
PhotographyCorner.com is a leading portal for photographers, which includes member-written articles, tutorials, forums, a photography directory and projects. The site runs a monthly Photograph of the Month contests and eighteen yearly Contest Corner Challenges, as well as providing an area of the site for photographers to receive constructive criticism of their work in the Critiques Corner. As a further resource to photographers, PhotographyCorner.com provides photography news, camera reviews, and information on photography contests and events throughout the world. PhotographyCorner.com was launched in March 2004.
About Think Tank Photo
Think Tank Photo is a group of designers and professional photographers focused on studying how photographers work, and developing inventive new carrying solutions to meet their needs. By focusing on “speed” and “accessibility,” they prepare photographers to Be Ready “Before The Moment,” allowing them to capture those historic moments that reflect their personal visions and artistic talents. For some companies, it is only about the product. For them, it is more: It is about supporting photographers doing their job. If Think Tank can design products that help photographers travel easier, take pictures faster, and organize their gear more efficiently, then they will have accomplished something beyond the bags themselves. Use code WS-171 to receive a free bag with every order over $50.
For more information, please visit www.PhotographyCorner.com. Tim L. Walker can be reached at 705.321.9542 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer any questions.