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Ilse Jurriën : June 21th 2006 - 01:05 CET
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StudioLightingPortrait photo contest by Studio Lighting :, a web site that introduces photographers to portrait and studio lighting techniques and equipment, and the LightSource studio photography podcast, in association with, today announced the Official Portrait Photo Contest that challenges photographers to submit their best portrait - as long as the main light source is artificial - for the opportunity to win a Grand Prize package including a complete library of instructional photography DVD videos. The contest begins immediately and ends on July 15, 2006. To view entries and official contest rules, visit the web site of
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“ presents the highest quality professional shooting and photo business info on the planet. Our panel of experts are here to help you to shoot better, faster, and smarter.”, according to Will Crockett, founder of Shootsmarter. “I love the idea of a contest for readers and the top pick gets the Shootsmarter DVD collection - every DVD in the catalogue!”

Official portrait photo contest
To enter the Official Portrait Photo Contest, photographers simply select the portrait that best represents their personal photographic and lighting style and then tag it and post it to the LightSource group photo pool on The photos will be judged by Shootsmarter instructor, author and professional photographer Christopher Grey. visitors and LightSource listeners are limited to one portrait for consideration. Three finalists will be selected and prizes will be awarded according to the evaluation of Christopher and the staff at who will look at lighting quality, composure and creativity.

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“As more and more photographers are joining us online and listening to our LightSource podcast, it’s clear that they are hungry for knowledge and looking to improve their lighting techniques,” said Bill Crawford, Publisher of “By adding challenging contests to the experience, like the Portrait Photo Contest, we are giving our readers a chance to show us what they’ve learned.”

Portrait photography prize details
The new contest series will provide photographers with an easy way to engage in educational competition within the and LightSource community. In the coming months, photographers will have the opportunity to compete in a variety of themed contests highlighting a wide range of portrait and studio lighting topics.
Grand Prize (one winner) : The entire library of Shootsmarter digital photography instructional DVD videos. Titles include: Digital Portrait Lighting level Three with Christopher Grey, Digital Exposure Control with Will Crockett, Digital Portraiture Lighting Level 2, Digital Portraiture Basics and more.
Second Prize (one winner) : instructional DVD videos: Digital Portrait Lighting level Three with Christopher Grey and Digital Exposure Control with Will Crockett
Third Prize (one winner) : The latest DVD release from Digital Portrait Lighting level Three with Christopher Grey

Founded in 2004 by publisher Bill Crawford, is a community web site dedicated to introducing emerging photographers to portrait and studio lighting techniques and equipment. In addition to being a portal to the studio photography industry, the web site produces the premier studio photography podcast, LightSource. Bill Crawford and Ed Hidden, hosts of LightSource, discuss photography news, tips and techniques as well as provide interviews with professional photographers and industry representatives from around the world. LightSource is a featured photography podcast in the iTunes music store.

About is a free professional photographer oriented website with over 40,000 monthly visitors, that presents fresh solutions in smartly written articles called “smArticles” from 6 different feature writers. is committed to excellence in pro level photo education and promoting programs that deliver solid, fact based info without all the hype, sales pitches and boloney. founder Will Crockett is a commercial photographer, photo educator, and a top consultant to the photographic industry who takes complex everyday digital problems and makes them simple, painless, and easy to conquer.

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