JVH Digital Print Contest '15Thank you to all who showed up for our show. We had a great time and we hope you did too. The shots
looked great and the speakers were very informative. Below are the winning prints in the order of most votes.
Also, make sure to check out previous years' winners below!
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '04
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '05
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '06
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '07
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '08
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '09
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '10
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '12
JVH Technical Print Contest Winners '13
So thanks again for coming, and without further ado, here are the winning pieces!
"Crane of Hope"
Camera: Canon EOS 400D
Lens: Canon EF 100-400mm
Location: Reifel Refuge, Delta B.C.
Software: Photoshop CC
Printer: Epson 7880
Medium: Ilford Gallerie Gold Fibre Silk
Inkset: UltraChrome K3 Vivid Ink
This was my first time at Reifel Refuge and shooting with this lens. The refuge is such a wonderful
environment and so peaceful, it didn't take long to acclimate. I decided to create a composite image
inspired by work I've seen by Paul Brigham as well as oriental screens. There are 13 image
layers and all but one was taken at Reifel. In the end, the final image expresses the stillness and serenity
I felt that day. Thanks to all who voted and JVH!! As always, the JVH Festival is a great
opportunity to learn, share, and meet other talented photographers.
Submitted By: Nancy Abel
"Deed To The Farm"
Camera: Nikon D3S 1/125 at f2.8 ISO 3200
Lens: 17-55 at 34mm
Speedlight: Nikon SB900 bounced off the wall behind photographer to add some fill
Location: Winn Homestead - Weston, Oregon
Technical Info: Technical info : Exposure 300 seconds @ F22 ISO 50
Ink & Media: 12x12" print, Printed on Epson Cold Press Paper with Epson Inks by Marshall Mahler in Wenatchee
Software: Photoshop cloning to remove some distracting background elements,
NIK and Topaz software enhancements to add drama.
The struggles and triumphs of ranchers is a subject near and dear to my heart. While in truth, Al was signing
a much happier document, the image immediately made me think of what it must be like for ranchers signing
those last documents releasing their family legacy and dreams of living the cowboy way, to the highest
bidder. Thank you so much for your appreciation.
And thank you JVH for being there
for artists who want to find the best way to express their imagination in print.
Submitted By: Heidi Swoboda
"Dawn, Seattle, 2013"
Location: Seattle, Washington
Printer: EPSON Styus Pro 3880
Camera/Lens: Canon 5D mk2, Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm
Software: Adobe Lightroom 5
Medium: Hahnemuhle Photo Rag smooth 308gsm
Inkset: Epson UltraChrome K3
Submitted By: Apichart Jandhanayingyong
"First Ladies of the Rodeo"
Location: 2014 Ellensburg Rodeo
Camera: Canon 6D
Lens/Setup: 70-200 Canon f2.8 lens, using available light
Printer: Epson Stylus Pro 7900
Medium: Exhibition Canvas
Finishing: Framed at 22"x48" in barn wood
This image was taken at the 2014 Ellensburg Rodeo during the Friday night performance. These are
bucking horse mares and foals. They were brought the arena to show the audience the stock contractor's
"Born to Buck"program. The stock contractor breeds for good bucking horses and someday some of the
foals in this photo may be bucking horses themselves.
Submitted By: Molly Morrow
"An American Portrait"
Original: 4"x5" Kodachrome photo by Ross Hall
Camera: Century No. 2 Grand Studio Outfit
Printer: Epson 4800 UC
Medium: EPSON Premium Luster
Location: Ross Hall Studio in Sandpoint, Idaho
Scanner: Epson V750 pro
Software: Adobe Photoshop
1939 photo by Ross Hall, printed by Dann Hall 2009
(1900-1907) J.H. Dallmeyer 3A Petzval Portrait Lens, pat.1867
Portrait of Central Idaho Nez Perce Native, Angus Wilson
Submitted By: Dann Hall
"Eagle On Berg"
Camera/Lens: Canon 5D Mark III/EF100-400mm IS II
Setup: at 140mm, ISO 200, f8, 1/2000 sec.
Location: Handheld from bow of our cruising sailboat at Tracy Arm, Alaska, 7/5/15
Printer: EPSON Stylus Pro 7900
Software: Lightroom 5.7 and ImagePrint 10 RIP
Medium: Moab Lasal Exhibition Lustre
Inkset: Epson Ultrachrome HDR inks
The cruise last summer took 2 months. This eagle on the berg had to be approached very carefully
and turned out to be the "icing on the cake" in great morning light on a calm day.
Submitted By: Lee Sanders
Camera: Nikon D600
Lens: 50 mm Nikon Nikkor enlarging lens with bellows extension
Printer: Epson Stylus Pro 4900
Software: Colorbyte Imageprint
Software: Alan Bradley CombineZM
Submitted By: Ray Meuse
Location: Las Vegas, December 2013
Camera: Nikon D-300, 75-300mm lens
Setup: Monopod, braced into a railing for stability
Submitted By: Richard Beatty
Location: Canyonlands National Park, Utah
Camera/Lens/Setup: Canon 5DII / 16-35 F2.8L @ 17mm / 1/2sec F16 / ISO 100
Software: Lightroom 5
Printer: EPSON Stylus Pro 9890
Inkset: Ultrachrome K3 Inks
Medium: Breathing Color Chromata White Canvas
Submitted By: Marshall R Mahler
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