Photograph a Top 100

A photograph by Midway's Nicole Ferrier, owner of true Blue Photography, is one of 100 to make the cut in the My Best Shot 2013 contest.

A photo submitted by local photographer Nicole Ferrier has made the cut to the Top100 in the Adoramapix Your Best Shot 2013 contest.

Photograph a Top 100


Local shutterbug Nicole Ferrier has again had her work recognized by her peers and those who love great photographs.

She submitted this picture of her oldest son, Blake, to the Adoramapix Your Best Shot 2013 contest. The picture was selected as one of the top 100 pictures submitted and now she is looking for Likes on the Adoramapix Facebook page that could earn her a 20×30 inch metal print.

A panel of judges select the top 100 and each receive an 8×10 inch metal print. The judges will now narrow the field down to the top 25, then the top 12.

The ultimate winner gets their choice of either a Canon or Nikon camera.

Last year Ferrier got to the top 12 with a picture of her youngest son Chase standing in the Kettle River. She has been busy for the past three years honing her photography skills through her business, True Blue Photography in Midway.

“There are some amazing photos—some beautiful stuff,” Ferrier said of the pictures submitted to the contest. “It is absolutely mind-boggling that my photo is in the group of 100 pictures. It is very humbling to know two years in a row I have submitted two winning photos.”

Check it out and support a local young talent at look for the link to YBS2013 : Top 100.


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