Finalists for the 2013 Camera Shootout

$500 grand prize at stake as 14 finalists go head-to-head


January 10, 2014 at 10:19 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

The St. Charles Herald-Guide’s 2013 Camera Shootout photography contest has come to a close, which means that the $500 grand prize will go to one talented parish resident.

In today’s issue of the St. Charles Herald-Guide, all 12 monthly winners and two editor’s picks from the 2013 Camera Shootout are featured and will be available for a popular vote one last time by Herald-Guide readers.

Click here to vote for your favorite.

As a reminder, here are the voting rules:

Voting opens on Thursday, Jan. 9. Votes will only be accepted online at www.heraldguide.com. Any votes phoned in or emailed will not be counted.

The only photos eligible for the $500 grand prize are photos that were chosen as monthly winners throughout 2013 plus two selections that were made by our editors.

If your photo was only chosen as a weekly winner, it will not be included in the final 14.

Polls close on Monday, Jan. 13 at 5 p.m. and the winner will be announced in the Jan. 16 edition of the Herald-Guide. P

hotographers can submit original photos for the 2014 competition now at www.heraldguide.com or by emailing their entries to lifestyles@heraldguide.com.All photo finalists are listed on pages 1B-2B.




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