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Winner of our Movement and Motion Challenge PLUS Our Top 5 Picks

In our Movement and Motion Photo Challenge, we asked you to show us how you move. Do you jump? Do you run? Do you dance? Using #MOVEMENT, we asked you to show us what movement means to you. With over 1000 entries it was incredibly hard to find one photo that stood out from the…

In our Movement and Motion Photo Challenge, we asked you to show us how you move.
Do you jump? Do you run? Do you dance?

Using #MOVEMENT, we asked you to show us what movement means to you.
With over 1000 entries it was incredibly hard to find one photo that stood out from the rest to award the winner of the Lobster #MOVEMENT  challenge.

Thank you to everyone that entered and congratulations to Andrei Lazarev!
You’ve been picked by our team as the winner with this perfectly placed calm and controlled movement moment:

44469599521_3754552733_oPractice by Andrei Lazarev

Curious about the other entries?

But first, you might want to check out our Challenges page. There you can find new and old competitions, inspiration and also see the entries people submitted.

Our favourite 5:

21568618_278250392673888_2964400077105266688_n#SouthAmerica by Traveler

 

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#Amsterdam by Onur Umut Aladinler

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‘Happiness is friends and the beach’ by Laxman Singh
- This photo was also donated as part of #memorydonation -

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#Travel by konstantinkulak

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#Dancer by Brandy Menefee

WE WANT TO SAY THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO JOINED OUR #MOVEMENT CHALLENGE!

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  • Do you agree with my views? Let me know any experiences you have had studying or not studying at university and how that has affected your photography!
    Tracey, Lobster

  • Derek T. Rowswell

    Photography, i believe does come from within. attending a course and studying anything does expose the student to facts and field they may never ave dreamed of so, yes study. you cannot use and better what you have not experienced. so yes, study and broaden your knowledge and outlook on the subject of your choice; in this case Photography.

    • Definitely agree Derek, studying is such an important way to better yourself and broaden your knowledge. Do you believe only formal education can teach you things you have not yet experienced though?
      – Tracey