The Best Images from GuruShots "Tell A Story" Challenge

The Best Images from GuruShots "Tell A Story" Challenge

GuruShots, "The World’s Greatest Photo Game,” recently hosted a challenge asking participants to submit their best photo that tells a story. With thousands of entries 60.5 million votes, the top images were selected. Check out the three winners of the challenge below as well as the 100 top rated images below.

GuruShots is a fantastic place for people who love photography and want to share their photos with others. GuruShots hosts hundreds of various themed challenges with a wide range of prizes turning photo sharing into a fun game for all those who participate. The best part is that it's free to join. Simply visit www.gurushots.com to start sharing your work.

Congratulations to the Winners

Rizwaan Khan, Pakistan - Top Photographer

Ani Ivanova, Bulgaria - Top Photo

Yılmaz Bülbül, Turkey - Guru's Top Pick

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5 Comments

Eric Robinson's picture

Some really great shots. I always love looking at collections of images like these as they can be quite inspirational. Thanks for posting this.

Duane Klipping's picture

Nice images for sure but Gurushots is a vanity contest site created to generate revenue by getting people to buy keys and such in order to advance. Quit using this site months ago after seeing the truth of this.

Carl Murray's picture

Yeah, I was having fun with it, but hit Guru in like, 2 months. Also, really hate "Pay to win" things, which is what Guru shots became, fast.

Miodrag Stanojlovic's picture

David Strauss Why don't you make a critique video about this?? The theme of online contests, as an inspiration and a way of getting exposure is surely interesting, and I'd love to hear what you guys think of it

Guru shots is a scam. That doesn't mean that great photography isn't posted there, but it does nothing to promote great photography. Having to buy votes to advance is like having to pay to get your poetry published. It doesn't mean that your poetry isn't good, but it means it won't get anywhere.