Win an Fstoppers Tutorial by Helping to Pick Our Photographer of the Year [NSFW]

Win an Fstoppers Tutorial by Helping to Pick Our Photographer of the Year [NSFW]

Want to start the new year with a free tutorial from Fstoppers? All you have to do is help us choose our Photographer of the Year! 

In 2018, we featured a photographer from our community each month, and now, we need you to help us choose the Photographer of the Year! To be entered to win a free Fstoppers tutorial, you simply need to choose your favorite photographer from the list here, vote in the poll at the bottom, and comment with what Fstoppers tutorial you would love to win and why! Be sure to both vote and comment to be entered. Voting closes January 8 at 11:59 P.M. EST.

Note: there is some nudity in the images below.

January: Josh Borup

February: Rebecca Millen

March: Lilia Alvarado

April: Jan Gonzales

May: Rebeca Saray

June: Benedict Eric

July: Grayson Lauffenburger

August: Saulius Kerikas

September: Grace Almera

October: Naoki Fujihara

November: Alexander Khokhlov

December: Elke Vogelsang

Vote Here

Photographer of the Month Awards for 2018

Beginning in January, we'll be selecting a photographer of the month. Each month, we'll cull the best of the most recent photos in the community and select our favorite, featuring that photographer's work. At the end of the year, we'll select an overall winner from the 12 monthly winners, who will win a tutorial of their choice from the Fstoppers store. To qualify each month, you simply must have uploaded an image to your portfolio in the past 30 days.​ So, get out there, post some photos, and check out the work of the talented Fstoppers community! We're pleased to have you here.

Lead image by Pok Rie, used under Creative Commons.

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Traci Beattie's picture

Elke Vogelsang for “Photographing the World 1”

jowell protasio's picture

Fujihara for me. PTW4 :)

Oga Desmond's picture

Benedict Eric has my vote for a pick at "How to Photograph Real Estate, Architecture, and Interiors Tutorial with Mike Kelley" because my profession is Civil engineering and my self learnt skill is Photography. Basically looking at my line of work or profession which deals more with buildings and construction an in-depth knowledge in architecture photography would enable me create high quality, interesting images that truly represents my line of work as a Civil engineer and also enable me to market myself properly.

Martin Fuchs's picture

Elke Vogelsang; Photographing the World 4.