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June East Clip results
« on: December 18, 2016, 08:27 PM »
JUDGES


Amber Bracken, Independent
Jason Franson, Canadian Press
David Bloom, Postmedia

Judges’ comments follow category heads.

Feature

1st: Great seeing and made us laugh out loud. Nice to see a genuine moment, would be even stronger with a crop.
2nd: Graphic moment with controlled repeating colour palette.
3rd: Dramatic colour.

1. Carlos Osorio - Toronto Star



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -  Before the ceremony the students waited in the library.
For the most part Mohammad stood alone and looked on as other kids joked and laughed.
Just months after landing in a new world, Syrian Grade 8 student Mohammad Saeer Al Ashmooty, a refugee, graduated from  Military Trail PS in Scarborough.
June 28, 2016.

2. Bernard Brault - La Presse



A lone cyclist rides to the start line to participate in a cycling event of more than 12,000 participants. The cyclists travel a 20 kilometer course while the streets of the city of Montreal are specially closed for them.

3. Mark Blinch - Freelance



The sun rises behind the Toronto skyline, June 16, 2016. 

Spot News

1st: Great access and immediacy. The photographer was quick to respond when the regular protest took a turn.
2nd: Photographer clearly hustled to be in position very early in the fire, capturing a dramatic escape we don’t see very often.
3rd: Great vantage.

1. Bernard Brault - La Presse



During a night after the deaths of many people in Orlando, the LGBT organization of Montreal organised a vigil in honour of the victims. One of the participant, Esteban Torres, was arrested after throwing a piece of paper at Quebec Premier, Philippe Couillard. A policeman is bringing him while special agents are protecting the ministers at the right of the picture. June 16, 2016.

2. Ken Armstrong - Soo Today



As sparks from the electrical line fly, a woman and her cat are rescued from their burning house by three neighbors. The cause of the June 25, 2016 fire was an unattended cigarette left on the back deck.

3. Mark Blinch - Freelance



A firefighter sprays water on a debris litter street after a house explosion in Mississauga, Ont., Tuesday, June 28, 2016. Police are evacuating homes in an area on Mississauga, Ont., as they investigate reports of a house explosion.

News

1st Clean photo, strong emotion
2nd: Colour and light combine to elevate a simple moment from a memorial.
3rd: Nice moment of levity between world leaders, the crop feels a bit awkward in between tight and wide.

1. Carlos Osorio - Toronto Star



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 27  -  Akia Munga and Sofia Hunter cry while remember Sofia's girlfriend Brooklyn who died of an overdose. A drug users' memorial in South Riverale holds a service to remember the lives lost due to overdoses and other unsafe practices. The copper memorial is located at the South Riverdale Community Health Centre
June 27, 2016.

2. Andrew Lahodynskyj - Freelance



Hundreds of people gathered at Barbara Hall Park on June 12, 2016 for a candlelight vigil in memory of the victims of the deadly shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. 

3. Justin Tang - Freelance



Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau share a laugh with U.S. President Barack Obama after his address to Parliament in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, June 29, 2016.

HM. Justin Tang - Freelance



Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau joke on stage during the annual Press Gallery Dinner at the Museum of History on Saturday, June 4, 2016 in Gatineau.

Sports


1st: Clean image, refreshing perspective and nice timing.
2nd: Difficult peak action image.
3rd: Solid dejection
HM: Great peak action, unfortunate background
HM: Pretty photo
 
1. Mark Blinch - Freelance



Toronto Blue Jays Josh Donaldson hits a grand slam as Philadelphia Phillies catcher Cameron Rupp watches for the ball during the third inning of MLB Interleague baseball action in Toronto, Tuesday June 14, 2016.

2. Mark Blinch - Freelance



Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman jumps to knock down a ball agains the Philadelphia Phillies during the first inning of MLB Interleague baseball action in Toronto, Tuesday June 14, 2016.

3. Bernard Brault - La Presse



MLS referee is pointing after Montreal Impact LUCAS ONTIVERO puts his sweater in his face after missing a goal against the Toronto FC at Saputo Stadium. June 8, 2016.

HM. Bernard Brault - La Presse



Montreal Impact player, Wandrille Lefebvre and Kansas City Sporting,  Dom Dwyer collides during the first half of a regular MLS soccer game at Saputo Stadium. June, 25, 2016.

HM. Justin Tang - Freelance



The breakaway rides during the elite and under-23 race at the Canadian Road cycling Championships, Sunday, June 26, 2016 in Ottawa.

Portrait

1st: Bizarre, eye catching photo. It intentionally hides details about the subject but makes us want to know more about the story.
2nd: Beautiful, natural feeling portrait.
3rd: Quirky and creative approach.

1. Mark Blinch - Freelance



Toronto, Ontario - June 17, 2016 --  FINANCIAL FACELIFT  --  **DO NOT PUBLISH NAMES** XXX poses for a picture at her home in Toronto, Friday June 17, 2016.
 
2. Carlos Osorio - Toronto Star



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -  Dana Richardson posing for a photo. Gatsby Garden Party is a revival event at the Spadina Museum based on Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby with music, food and drinks from the roaring 1920s. Over the soft, sweet tones of cool jazz, guests participate in a costume contest, or play a game of croquet.June 25, 2016.

3. Carlos Osorio - Toronto Star



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 2  -  Profile of comedian Michael McCreary, a standup comic with aspergers. June 2, 2016.

HM. Mark Blinch - Freelance



Toronto, Ontario - June 30, 2016 -- Ivan Reitman  --   Ivan Reitman, producer of the new Ghostbusters movie, poses for a picture in Toronto, Thursday June 30, 2016.


Multipic

1st: Some sweet and genuine moments, plus real news value helps push this sequence ahead.
2nd: Beautiful event with some lovely captures. Far too many photos in this edit.

1.Carlos Osorio - Toronto Star



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      Just months after landing in a new world, Syrian Grade 8 student Mohammad Saeer Al Ashmooty, a refugee, graduated from  Military Trail PS in Scarborough.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Mohammad's dad, Ghazi Al Ashmooty, adjust his son's suit before the graduation.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Teacher Marika Wilbiks pins a flower on Mohammad's lapel as his (l-r) father Ghazi, his sister, Batool and mother, Kitam Sherif Al Kurdi look on.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Before the ceremony the students waited in the library. For the most part Mohammad stood alone and looked on as other kids joked and laughed.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Before the ceremony the students waited in the library.
For the most part Mohammad stood alone and looked on as other kids joked and laughed.
He then sat down with Sujan Sivanendran (red) and Rex Ryan Carter to look at an Eye Spy book.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Mohammad was the first in line leading the procession. Here ESL teacher Deirdre Shields has a quiet word with him.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Mohammad walks down the hallway towards the ceremony.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Mohammad stands with his classmates during the singing of O Canada.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Mohammad's family take photos of him during the ceremony. His father, Ghazi Al Ashmooty on the left and his mother Kitam Sherif Al Kurdi.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Mohammad is presented with a diploma by his ESL teacher Deirdre Shields.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
Mohammad leads his class out of the gym after graduation.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 28  -      
After the ceremony Mohammad played tag with Rahim Saleem.

2. Carlos Osorio - Toronto Star



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   Gatsby Garden Party is a revival event at the Spadina Museum based on Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby with music, food and drinks from the roaring 1920s. Over the soft, sweet tones of cool jazz, guests participate in a costume contest, or play a game of croquet.June 25, 2016.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   Gatsby Garden Party is a revival event at the Spadina Museum based on Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby with music, food and drinks from the roaring 1920s. Over the soft, sweet tones of cool jazz, guests participate in a costume contest, or play a game of croquet.June 25, 2016.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   
The judges for the costume contest.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   
Croquet was played on the lawn.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   
L-R
Alana Thain, Andrew Koppany, Peter Koppany, Zach Hill and Isabel Koppany enjoy a picnic on the grounds.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   
A young girl walks along the garden.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   
Dana Richardson posing for a photo.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   
A woman strolls through the garden.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   
(l-r)
Arianna Benincasa and Leah Benincasa pose for a photo while dancing.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -
Lauren Van Klaveren posing for a photograph.



TORONTO, ON - JUNE 25  -   
Nicolas Martineau and Faith Webster walk the grounds.


Standings

Name:
Mark Blinch
Bernard Brault
Carlos Osario
Nick Iwanyshyn
Cole Burston
Ryan Pfeiffer
Patrick Woodbury
Justin Tang
Ken Armstrong
Ali Pearson
Josie Desmarais
Andrew Lahodynskyj
Last month's totals:
860
650
430
370
370
190
160
80
50
30
30
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This Month's totals:
210
130
210
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-
-
-
50
40
-
-
40
New totals:
1070
780
640
370
370
190
160
130
90
30
30
40

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