THE BEST OF BIRDS IN FLIGHT

The win­ners of our lat­est con­test with Pho­tocrowd have been re­vealed

Digital Photograper - - Photocrowd Competition -

In our most re­cent con­test in as­so­ci­a­tion with Pho­tocrowd we chal­lenged you to sub­mit your best im­ages that suc­cess­fully cap­tured birds in flight, and after sift­ing through over 3,000 stunning pho­tos the win­ners have been se­lected.

Both crowd-voted and ex­pert win­ners will re­ceive a Lou­pedeck (£220). Con­grat­u­la­tions to all of the win­ners!

1ST PLACE WIN­NER WHOOPER SWANS IN FLIGHT

PHOTOGRAPHER: Haitong Yu OUR COM­MENT: This strik­ing and unique im­age re­ally stood out for us from all of the other en­tries in this con­test. The dark tones of the back­ground re­ally help to make the swans stand out, and the beau­ti­fully blurred wings serve to con­vey the move­ment of the crea­tures.

2ND PLACE INTO THE STORM

PHOTOGRAPHER: John Goo­day OUR COM­MENT: This is a very strik­ing im­age of a red kite. The photographer has skil­fully cap­tured a sharp im­age of the bird while blur­ring out the back­ground us­ing a wide aper­ture and ex­tremely long lens. This is the per­fect im­age for the Birds in Flight brief.

3RD PLACE CHAOS!

PHOTOGRAPHER: Gla­dys Klip OUR COM­MENT: This bright and win­try cap­ture re­ally caught our at­ten­tion. Like the first-place ex­pert win­ner, this is a unique take on the Birds in Flight theme that we re­ally love. The move­ment is blurred, but is still no­tice­able and the swan’s head is won­der­fully sharp.

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