Flickr Photo of the Month – December 2013

We’re pleased to announce the winner of the Alien Skin Photo of the Month for December 2013. Selected from the entries in our official Flickr group over the last four weeks, the award goes to this gorgeous shot of Somersby Falls in New South Wales, Australia, by Wayne G.

You guys have been sharing some really great work, so it was by no means an easy choice. But what stood out about this photo was the composition of the lines of the falls, with the flow of the water and the wet rocks leading our eyes right through the frame. On a technical level, the execution of the long exposure to provide the milky effect of the falls in motion is very well done. The subtle use of a B&W filter in Exposure works well as it enhances the image rather than overpowering it. All in all, a fantastic image that works well on multiple levels.

Big congratulations to Wayne, who wins our Photo Bundle to help him keep on churning out great images into 2014!

Alien Skin Image of the Month Dec 2013

Don’t forget to submit your images for the January competition by joining our Flickr group and sharing your work. We will be announcing some more really cool prizes for 2014 soon as well, so keep your eyes peeled!

Have a great week all.

Cheers,

Joe

About Joe

Joe Payne is a Raleigh-based professional wedding and portrait photographer and Marketing Director for Alien Skin Software.
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One Response to Flickr Photo of the Month – December 2013

  1. Wayne Glanville (Wayne G) says:

    Thanks guys for the recognition and feedback. Greatly appreciated. Really like using Exposure 5.

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