PAC G+ Photography Contest Winner – Week of 1/27-1/31

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The following PAC G+ Photography Contest winner has won a complimentary large print of his winning picture from our sponsor, Vivyx Printing!


Also, as a weekly winner, he is in the running for the monthly Grand Prize of a $100 print credit with Vivyx Printing.  The next monthly Grand Prize winner will be announced at our next PAC meeting on March 13, 2014, featuring Colleen Miniuk-Sperry, contributor with Arizona Highways.

Theme: Life in Color: Black – not black and white

Winning Photographer:  Larry Pollock – Sedona, AZ -Professional


Congratulations  Larry!


Photo rights/credit: Larry Pollock

Photo rights/credit: Larry Pollock


Camera Used

Cannon 5d Mark iii

Camera Settings

  ISO 100 1/160 @ f/5.6 – 47mm


Great capture…love it!

Nice shot, using shadows and light to add depth to a predominantly black photo.   Good representation of the theme.

Excellent depth, texture, and definition here.   This one best demonstrates the theme.

The excellent use of shadows  and lighter and darker shades of black really make the photo pop.  Fantastic interpretation of the theme.

Eye catching mask – definite theme relationship.

Great image.  Nice use of light and shadows.


This is part of an ongoing project to capture the masks and characters of Pash Galbavy, Sedona Artist. She uses these in live performance art. More images can be seen the the Masks Gallery on my website. More to be added as we complete them.

Once again, congratulations, Larry!

Please comment on this post to show our PAC G+ Photography Contest winner some love! Also, don’t forget to take some time to check out the other awesome themed photos, on Google+ and on Facebook.

 Get inspired!  Go out and shoot!

Click here to learn how to be considered for these PAC Theme Contests!

Tim– PAC Volunteer


  1. Carol March 12, 2014 at 3:34 PM #

    Congratulations Larry on your awesome photo!

  2. Babe Barton March 12, 2014 at 10:52 PM #

    Looking at this image a few times, I see the energized strength of colors and striking pose of subject, merging fluid like with the shades and lines of costume, telling a story of mystery and much more. Kudos Larry!

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