First of Numbered Series on eBay, New York Party, Twitter winner!

First of Numbered Series on eBay

We are having an eBay auction for the First in the numbered series of prints. Just as with the books, a percentage of all profits goes to Kiva (click for the Charity page here). The auction only has 2 days left (Newsletter subscribers found out first), so, if you are a collector, this is a great opportunity!

The print is called “The Lonely Road to the Dinosaur Dig”. It was taken one evening in northern Montana near the Canadian border. I was on a dinosaur dig with Jack Horner and had taken an ATV out on a joy ride one night. It unceremoniously caught on fire, and left me stranded a long way from home with just my camera and the sunset.

9x9 print - The Road to the Dinosaur Dig

Twitter Contest Winner

Day 2 of the Twitter Contest is just starting now! Congrats to Jean Loh who won the first day with her amazing submission. Remember, she didn’t even take the photo! It’s all about sharing on Twitter to find great art out there. Hop on over to OneMansBlog.com to see the winners and several other incredible submissions!

The Happy Book Winner!


Jean Loh posted this photo by Scott Weber entitled “Lower Lewis River Falls”.

For more information, visit The Judge’s Page!

There are two more days to win! Visit the Twitter Contest page for details… and keep a search on the hashtag#hdrbook on Twiitter for a steady stream of great art from fantastic photographers from around the net.

New York Party Invitation

The great Fabien Barrel has come through again with a very nice design for our New York Book Party invitation. If you are in the area, I look forward to meeting you on the 14th of December! Stop on by, and come over to the Facebook Party Event and RSVP!

New York Party Invite

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  • http://www.urbanhdr.com Scott Webb

    The lonely road to the dig eh? So the dinosaurs liked their privacy!

    The colors are very soothing and nice to see. Feels great. I sometimes feel like I am walking down that road.

  • http://wasatchreflections.com Darrin

    Not a bad place to be stranded with your camera.

  • http://www.voidmemory.net Hector Garza

    Congratulations to the lucky winner.

    Somehow I don’t dig the word “colorist” on the book launch ad. It should say “Artist”, “Photographer”, “Master Photographer”, “Earth Pilgrim”. I don’t see you as just a “colorist”.

  • http://www.TheCanadianExplorer.com KeriCDN

    Woah you have a book coming out? Amazing, congratulations Trey.

  • http://www.tssphoto.com/ Royce Bair – Free Stock Photos Blog

    Wow! Scott Weber’s photo is a winner. Congrats to Jean Loh!
    Here’s something else that might interest a lot of people: an HDR photography app for the iPhone! http://bit.ly/5CRNLD

  • casusan

    Congratulations to Jean – the photo is amazing by Scott! I agree with the ‘colorist’ thingy – the only colorist I know used to my hair!

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    Thanks!

    Hehe – well the people that came up with the wording for the invite liked that word better… since it is going to non-photographers that are being invited to the party…

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/matthewsphotography Matthew

    I dont know Trey, you dont have any feedback on your ebay account. I dont know if I should trust you. :P

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    hehe… yeah – I think this is first thing I have sold on ebay!

  • Ike

    Sorry, but I don’t like the rules of that contest. There was no skill involved; the winner simply had to search for a great looking photograph that someone else took. I think the winner should be someone who displays their artistic/photographic talent. I didn’t participate out of protest.

  • http://flickr.com/photos/barl0w Scott B

    I think that the point is to more get the word out about the book (PR & marketing) rather than some one person winning on photographic skill alone.

    I appreciate the current rules, as I have no photographic talent. See my website ;)

    Anyone and everyone has a chance to win. Super-fun!

  • David Latour

    Ike if you dont like the rules, make up your own contest or just take your ball and go home. I really hate whiners.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jacob-W-Crosby/594263492 Jacob W Crosby

    I personally like the rules, again, everyone has an opportunity to win. I have some skill, so I submitted my own photos, as well as those of others. If mine are selected, great, if not, great! It is just a fun thing to do. I had recommended something like this to Trey when he first mentioned the book coming out, so it is nice to see it implemented, even if it was not originally “my” idea. Thanks Trey!

  • http://www.angeliniphotography.com Mary Angelini

    Rules force us to better ourselves or to be a quitter. I guess which one depends on you. In the immortal sentiment of Randy Pausch, obstacles just show us how much we want something!

  • http://www.bergren.net Rod

    Wow, isn’t the point here for lovers of fine photography to have a chance to win the book. Not just really good photographers, but individuals who admire the work of Trey. Sorry the contest is perfect the way it is.

    Oh by the way, I am good photographer and also a fan, but I wouldn’t want to exclude people who aren’t great photographers and just enjoy his work.

  • Ike

    Meh. Does the artist of the winning entry get anything? Or just the person who searched the web and found it?

  • http://visablogging.blogspot.com/ Visalittleboy

    Wonderful beautiful photos blog!

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