The Capture One Photo Contest winners have been announced and listed below. While this isn’t specific to Sony cameras, I and the Sony Pros I know, use Capture One to edit and manage their photos.
I also just spent the past month shooting with the Phase One Trichromatic that is built around a 100MP Sony sensor. That story is being written…see all the submission via the capture dedication hashtag on Instagram.
1st Prize: Myth Mountains
Description: Using six photos merged into one, this photo is part of a series Hernandez shot years ago, depicting a fantasy world similar to Star Wars.
2nd Prize: Take Me to the Moon
By Juan Osorio who won a Wacom Mobile Studio Pro & Capture One 11 license
Description: Based on Osorio’s daughter’s desire to adventure in to space, the image was shot across various locations over the course of a week — depicting a little girl in the past, present and future via the reflective balloons, in order to encourage girls everywhere that they can dream big and achieve the impossible.
3rd Prize winner: Classroom in Rwanda
By Nick Kontostavlakis who won a Wacom Tablet & Capture One 11 License
Description: Taken during Konstostavlakis’ last trip to Rwanda, this photo is meant to portray the universal innocence and joy kids have in a classroom — no matter where they are.
It’s good to pause occasionally and look at the award-winning work of others.
Capture One 11 is available now for the Mac and Windows. Owners of Capture One Pro 9 and 10 can upgrade for $119 USD/EUR. New customers can purchase Capture One Pro 11 for $299 USD or $279 EUR. Capture One Pro 11 is also available by subscription. Subscribers can simply download the new Capture One Pro 11 release. A single-user subscription is $20 USD/EUR per month for a 12-month plan or a 180 USD/EUR prepaid subscription, paid annually.
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