Caedes

Contest Results: Point of View

All Contests Results Entries Topic Poll

Ended 07/30/16 7:15 PM GMT
Winner: calinthematrix (See the full results)


1st place
Brother and Sister by calinthematrix

jerseygurl: Congratulations on taking 1st place in the contest!!!!!!!!

Constance52347: Terrific image! Both in quality and subject!

casechaser: Excellent shot. I like the transition of going light from the top to a darker bottom. It brings out the effect of the sun and highlights the children. Also, you must have given them a huge bribe to be holding hands. That simple but emotional scene of the two children, holding hands, walking along the beach, makes this picture's story. Your composition is very well done.

calinthematrix received a 2 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


2nd place
What A View by corngrowth

Tomeast: The sign and the pole are centered to the bridge, each offset from the center but together centered to the bridge. A clever idea. You have everything set perfectly , a great photo Cornelius.

rvdb: Congrats on your win C.

Rob

corngrowth received a 1 month membership in the Caedes Cadre.


3rd place
AbominableCactus by Lightpainter

mesmerized: Congrats on another winner, Ted...the POV on this thing looks like it goes on forever.

mesmerized: Great intro and POV, Ted...makes an impressive entry...best of luck.

Tomeast: He looks a hundred feet tall here..Well done.

Constance52347: Oh, this is good. He's got his cactus "dukes" up! I like it, but I will leave quietly... lol


4th place
Garden Painting by tigger3

stylo: again, it speaks volumes of whats beyond that painting. thats the point of view within this piece. i think you have a great entry so much so i comment twice! love it! its so different and creative with this topic. BRAVO!


5th place
Zoooooooooom !!!! by biffobear

jerseygurl: What a ride - you captured the essence of speed - Excellent!!!!!!!!

PatAndre: This would be a good one for the contest. It certainly has a definite point of view.

Ramad: Almost flying! The sense of fast movement well shown here.