Photography means different things to different people. Everyone has their own perspective and is due that right. These Your Turn Photo Contests have been fun to announce themes, and for the TWSNOW.com viewer to interpret and submit images. This theme is “White Room.” Powder to shred was more scare than usual this season, but it looks like the photographers that submitted these following images were in the right place at the right time. Take a minute and have look at what they found.
Here are the top 12 photos that best represent the contest themed “White Room.”
And the winner is, Matt Berglund, who made this photo of Stephan Babler floating through blower Colorado pow pow.
Stephan Babler wears his powder cape on a 28” day in the Colorado backcountry. After a night of storming, we were met with partly cloudy skies and 5% moisture in this extra dry snow. PHOTO: Matt Berglund
Did you miss the deadline or want another chance to get involved? Not to worry, there is one more theme for the Your Turn Photo Contest
which leads up to the battle royale. Each winner of the individual themes will be judged by the TWS and HCSC crews in order to announce an overall winner who will win a trip to High Cascade’s Photo Workshop
. The workshop takes place at Mt Hood June 15-22. If you’re looking to learn from some of the best in the business such as Andy Wright, Trevor Graves, and Tim Zimmerman, then get your photos in the mix for the next theme.
“Pipe Dreams” is the next theme and the deadline is April 30, 2012. *See below for submission instructions. You could find yourself with some fresh gear to outfit your photo lifestyle and even a trip to Mount Hood this summer for the HCSC Photo Workshop.
For more info on the High Cascade Photo Workshop at Mt. Hood, Oregon, go to highcascade.com
or call 1-800-334-4272.
Here are couple outtakes from last season’s photo workshop:
*To enter all you have to do is upload your favorite image/s to the Your Stuff section of the TWSNOW.com homepage. Just be sure to size your photos 1000 pixels on the longest side, saved at 72dpi, and most importantly tag your photo with the theme “Pipe Dreams” with a caption of the rider name & location.
Have Fun and Good Luck!!!