Barrie, Ontario, Canada, June 11, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Photography Corner ( www.PhotographyCorner.com ) has announced that Andrew Hornby is the winner of the June 2010 Photograph of the Month contest. The winning photo was chosen by site members from a total of fifeteen nominated photographs with a slim margin over several other photographs – just a little over 15% of the votes.
Andrew, who is also a moderator in the PhotographyCorner forums and one of the most popular members of the community, won the latest photograph of the month contest with a photo titled “Starburst,” a macro photograph of a dandelion clock. This was the sixth Photograph of the Month award received by Andy, who's been an active member of PhotographyCorner for over 4 years. For winning the PhotographyCorner.com June 2010 Photograph of the Month, Andy was awarded a Tamron SP AF 10-24mm Aspherical (IF) Lens (a $499 value!) courtesy of Tamron, a leading manufacturer of photographic lenses.
Photograph of the Month contests at www.PhotographyCorner.com are held in the community’s forum, where site members are able to post their photos for consideration. Each month, photographs are nominated by community leaders and are voted on by the Photography Corner community. PhotographyCorner.com began holding Photograph of the Month contests in April 2004.
PhotographyCorner.com is a leading portal for photographers, which includes member-written articles, tutorials, forums, a photography directory and projects. The site runs a Photograph of the Year contest, monthly Photograph of the Month contests and numerous Contest Corner Challenges per year, 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.
Tamron is a leading manufacturer of photographic lenses. Among its many optical and mechanical innovations since the founding of the company in 1950, Tamron's development of mass-produced hybrid aspherical elements paved the way for today’s compact high ratio zoom lenses when, in 1992, this technology was incorporated into the groundbreaking 28-200mm. Tamron continues to lead in this category with the award-winning 18-270mm — featuring an unprecedented 15X zoom range - and featuring Tamron's proprietary Vibration Compensation (VC) system. Tamron has garnered international acclaim for its high ratio zoom lenses.
For more information, please visit www.PhotographyCorner.com. Tim L. Walker can be reached at 705.321.9542 or via email at email@example.com to answer any questions.