Friday, May 6, 2011

Macallan Masters of Photography

Woody Allen is famously quoted as saying "half of life is just showing up". This can be true for most everything and being at the right place, the right time and of course add in the setting and its a true convergence for something great to happen. 

A convergence on this level happened many times on our roll out to Vegas and Chris over at Downshift Studios was there to catch the action behind the lens. Peep Big Scott's "Hovercraft" rollin' across the desert in Arizona and vote on it over at Macallan's Master Class in Photography to grant Chris some more braggin' rights.

Vote for the "Hovercraft" at the Macallan Masters of Photography

Downshift Studios

The Master Class in Photography, from Macallan's site:

"To celebrate the launch of the Albert Watson edition of The Masters of Photography and his visual interpretation of the journey of our exceptional oak casks we are proud to introduce the first Macallan Masterclass.

We would like you to upload your finest photographs with the theme of “Great Journeys”. It could be from your travels or a special moment showing a passage of time from one stage to another.

The top twenty photographs, as voted for by the public, will be judged by Albert Watson who will select a first, second, third and a highly commended entry."