Art of Photography Contest: Best of Week 4 (10 photos)

Sponsored by YPOC

We’re getting down to the wire! Week 4 of our Art of Photography contest, sponsored by YPOC, brought another great set of fantastic photos that made us firm believers in the art of photography! Can you believe that this contest wraps up in 3 days?

The $1,000 grand prize and the three $300 gift certificates to YPOC are still up for grabs. Remember to “Like” YPOC’s Facebook fan page and then email us your best photo to [email protected]

Now, to wrap up Week 4, here were 10 terrific standouts.

PEOPLE

Brooke Golightly

Sylvia Vale

Elena Gallotta

PLACES

Evan Demianczyk

David Meenagh

Goran Milovanovic

NATURE

Simo Maia

Saija Lehtonen

Arwan Mauriattama

Winners will be announced Tuesday, April 5th!

For a full set of rules, check out our intro post and to see all of our entries so far, head on over to our Flickr page.

Related:
My Modern Met’s Art of Photography Contest
Best of Week 1
Best of Week 2
Best of Week 3

(First photo was submitted under Places and is by Della Huff.)



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