Author Topic: April East Clip results  (Read 188 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Walter Strong

  • Professional
  • Posts: 54
    • Twitter
    • Instagram
April East Clip results
« on: October 07, 2017, 03:19 PM »

Bettina Hansen - Staff Photographer, The Seattle Times
Mike Siegel - Staff Photographer, The Seattle Timest

Judges’ comments after section heads.


1 - Evocative, nice moment, color, light an expression.
2 - Great moment and slice of life
3 - Another nice moment, light not the best, but strong moment.

1. Ali Pearson - Sault This Week

Kiera Scott gets face to face with the fish at Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto Sunday April, 2nd, 2017.

2. Ryan Pfeiffer - Metroland

OSHAWA -- Juwann Pemberton, 19, laughed while his mother, Jodie Johnson, as she helped do up his seatbelt in their van. Juwann, who is affected by cerebral palsy, has been a client of Grandview Kids since he was 2. Juwann is very adept at controlling his powered wheelchair which has given him some independence that he didn't have before. April 11, 2017.

3. Justin Greaves - Metroland

Chinechelum Ebele, a student at Seneca School in Etobicoke, shares a moment with his teacher Sarah Glyn-Williams on Wednesday, April. 19. Most Seneca students are non-verbal and use augmentative and alternative communication devices to communicate. The school will be celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

Spot News

1 - Dangerous situation, ethereal with the fog. Great way to be there.
2 - Great image but no caption info!

1. Kenneth Armstrong - Soo Today

Officers with the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service investigate a transport truck that rolled over in low visibility on Great Northern Road between Fifth and Sixth Lines on Apr. 7, 2017.

2. Steve Russell - Toronto Star

No caption.


1 - Expressive and the most "general news" photo of the bunch. Some photos in the category should have been submitted to feature.

1. Bernard Brault - La Presse

Young adults gather at Polyvalente Ozias Leduc for a vigil in honour of Daphné Huard-Boudreault who was killed by an ex-boyfriend a few days earlier. April 1, 2017.


1 - A clean image with nice light, texture, and composition.
2  - Surprising, an image that is engaging for readers
3 - Great light, no caption, however

1. Ryan Pfeiffer - Metroland

OSHAWA -- Motor City Boxing Club athlete Thad Ridsdill is competing as a welterweight in the Canadian Nationals in Quebec City April 24-30 after winning a gold medal in provincials. April 21, 2017.

2. Joël Lemay - Agence QMI

Portrait of comedian Anthony Kavanagh at the Crystal Hotel, Montreal, Friday 7th April 2017. Kavanaugh's one man show "Showman" runs from May to August 2017.

3. Steve Russell - Toronto Star

No caption.


1 - Hilarious moment, expression, very clean
2 - Ouch! We haven't seen this image before.
3 - We appreciate the interesting angle on this, but needs a crop to showcase the broken bat 

1. Ryan Pfeiffer - Metroland

OSHAWA -- Moose handled the basketball during a warmup as the Harlem Globetrotters performed at the Tribute Communities Centre. April 21, 2017.

2.  Bernard Brault - La Presse

Montreal Canadiens Shea Weber gets hooked by a stick by a New York Rangers player during second period action at the Bell Center. April 14, 2017.

3. Bernard Brault - La Presse

Toronto Blue Jays Ryan Goins (17) breaks his bat while hitting the ball in front of Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Elias Diaz in the third inning of an exhibition game at the Olympic Stadium. The picture was taken from the technical ring close to 6o meters above the ground. April 1, 2017.


1 - Not the most thrilling subject, but photographer worked hard to explore different aspects and angles of flooding. The other entries weren't full of enough visual variety or storytelling arc to be awarded.

1. Chris Donovan - Freelance

Elizabeth Smith has lived on St. Louis in Gatineau since 1983 and said she has never seen flooding like she has seen this week.

City of Gatineau workers load sand bags into the truck of a resident who lives on Rue Jacques Cartier along the Ottawa River.

Flooding creeps up toward the home of Marcel Tremblay along Rue Jacques Cartier in Gatineau.

Flooding creeps up toward homes along Rue Jacques Cartier in Gatineau as Claire Tetreault watches cars drive through the water despite the road closure.

Claire Tetreault tests water levels in front of her house on rue Jacques Cartier in Gatineau.

Water begins seeping into the basement of a home on Rue St. Louis in Gatineau.

Rue St. Louis is closed due to flooding. Residents have begun surrounding their homes with sand bags in preparation or higher water levels.

Residents clear belongings out of the basement of a home on Rue Jacques Cartier in Gatineau in preparation for flooding.

Rue St. Louis is closed due to flooding and some residents are trapped in their homes.


Bernard Brault
Carlos Osario
Chris Donovan
Ryan Pfeiffer
Steve Russell
Justing Greaves
Nick Iwanyshyn
Ken Armstrong
Justin Tang
Ali Pearson
Patrick Woodbury
Joël Lemay
Last month's totals:
This Month's totals:
New totals: