Posts Tagged ‘contest’

Spencer O’brien wins first at TTR Tricks: O’Neill Evolution 2012

Damn girl! Cute, sweet and ripping. You have it all in our book!

Keep up the amazing riding in 2012!

Contest: Tell Us What to Do With This Relic!

While doing major re-haul on Nemo’s photo studio, we came across this antique from the 80’s. Back in the day, this Speedotron 2401A strobe pack was the top piece of equipment for professional photographers worldwide. Although it’s now totally busted and probably a little dangerous, we still think it’s a piece of celebrated Trevor-Graves-history. Long story short, we can’t just throw it away. So now we are recruiting you, our devoted readers, to tell us what to do with it! Should we make it into a robot? Get some snowboarders to jib it? Send your best diabolic schemes to, and in 2 weeks we’ll pick the most creative idea to unleash on the speedotron.

All-film hawaii surf photo contest

Check out this contest just posted by surf photographer Jeff Flindt: 35mm film only, 1 contact sheet, to be shot on the hawaiian islands. Click the image to see the full rules and details. Long live film.

High Cascade Photo Workshop Session WINNER!

Mr DJ Ward!!!!

I will take this moment to first thank everyone for their awesome portfolio submissions and hard work which you can view here…now i will give a very special Congratulations to DJ Ward!

We will be seeing you this summer!


Call For Entries

Fat Flake Photo Contest

Categories: Ski and Snowboard

Prizes: $1000 for the best photo in each category.

Deadline for Entry: November  1, 2008

Rules: All entries must have been photographed in Utah during the 2007/2008 season.  Images will not be returned.  In consideration for participating in the contest, participants agree that Ski Utah, or it’s designate, may publish images without remuneration to the participant in the Fat Flake Photo Contest, in displays associated with the Fat Flake Festival, and on our websites.

Submissions:  All photos must be submitted in digital format to in either RAW format or a minimum 300 ppi and 8×10” .jpg or .tif format.  Maximum 2 entries per category.