I went out and did a quick test before I left on my trip to test out the Fuji X100F and the GFX 50S. The first four black & white images are with the Fuji X100F. I’ve heard so much about the new film simulation setting ACROS that I just used that. I rarely ever […]
I was nicely surprised to see the following e-mail with three honourable mentions and six nominations in seven different categories at the International Color Awards! 6,178 entries were received from 75 countries and Kerri-Jo’s work received a high percentage of votes overall.
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I have entered this competition for the last three years, since I became a professional photographer, and have received at least one nomination every year. It is very encouraging to participate in a huge international competition and have my images selected by these accomplished judges! I am so grateful and inspired to be placing in this competition alongside such amazing images.
9TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS
HONORS PHOTOGRAPHER KERRI-JO STEWART FROM CANADA
LOS ANGELES March 28, 2016 – Professional photographer Kerri-Jo Stewart of Canada was presented with the 9th Annual International Color Awards THIRD PLACE and Honor of Distinction in the category of Sports at a prestigious Nomination & Winners Photoshow.
LOS ANGELES March 28, 2016 – Professional photographer Kerri-Jo Stewart of Canada was presented with the 9th Annual International Color Awards top Honorable Mention in the category of Silhouette at a prestigious Nomination & Winners Photoshow.
We all know that EVERYONE is a winner with WPC, just like being part of a national team at the Olympics. Having an image submitted at this level is without doubt a pinnacle of anyone’s career… medalist or not. By being recognized as a team member for WPC, the respect for the photographer is immediately on a higher plateau.
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This year Kerri-Jo placed 3d at the Vancouver International Photography Festival (VIPF) in the open category with this pregnant portrait underwater image, “Ariel”.