Ladies and Gentlemen,
Here today, I am happy to announce that the winner for the OnOne Software Plugin Suite Giveaway has been decided. So, without further ado, please give it up for Pete Petersheim! Pete submitted the following image to the LDP contest thread, which got the ultimate nod:
Click the picture to go to his Flickr thread, wish him congratulations on a job well done. Note there are two images in his Flickr thread, a cropped version (which was entered) and the full-size one. I think that regardless of which he had entered, it would have won the day. The colors, composition and impressive post-processing, as well as his unique flair for something unique is just superb. Congrats Pete! Send me a Flickr mail message, DM me on Twitter, or email me here and I’ll get you the contact info for the folks at OnOne to get the software prize out to you in short order!
To all the entrants – thanks so much for participating – we all learn so much from one another it really is amazing to see the artistic talents that inspire in new and exciting ways! For a full look on the entrants and the finalists, there are web galleries here:
I’d also like to take a moment and thank the folks at OnOne software for their highly generous contribution – since the winner has been announced, it’s probably appropriate to note that there is also a very generous discount being offered on the entire suite right now through Thursday, August 13th! Save $150 off the bundle, which is an amazing savings. So, for those who are still interested, the time is still there to save a lot of money on the package – just tell them you heard about it here at Canon Blogger/Learning Digital Photography!
With the July contest completed now, it’s probably a good time to turn our focus to the August contest – you can win a Wacom Bamboo Fun valued at $100! I reviewed this tablet a while ago here, so if you’d like some feedback that’s a good starting point. But, don’t forget to enter your images – you can pull from archives this go around, and submit up to three images in the Flickr Thread! More details are also available on Flickr!
That’s it for today, so congrats to Pete! Thanks to Wacom! And Happy Shooting! (We’ll see you back here again tomorrow!)