Matter of Time contest winners!

Matter of Time contest winners!

We are very pleased to announce the winning photos and videos from our Matter of Time contest. Thanks to everyone who participated and stay tuned for our next contest!

 

GRAND PRIZE – VIDEO

Not in Time by Jože Polanc

 

RUNNER UP – VIDEO

Around the World by Tyler Cave

 

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD – VIDEO

Always There by Morrison Fowlks

 

GRAND PRIZE – PHOTO

Moon Clock by Yevhen Samuchenko

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RUNNER UP – PHOTO

Posts and Moving Clouds by George Digalakis

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PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD – PHOTO

Time’s Up by Hans Oster

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These winning photos, along with the 7 finalists below, will have their photos exhibited at the National Watch and Clock Museum.

FINALIST (4th place)
Finding Time by Rebecca Wickenheiser

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FINALIST (5th place)
Rotating Sky by Abhiruk Lahiri

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FINALIST (6th place)
Time is Alive by Kiersten Denny

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FINALIST (7th place)
Time Flies By by Charlie Hoffman

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FINALIST (8th place)
Falling Sands of Time by Rick Ohnsman

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FINALIST (9th place)
Lost in Time by Sirsendu Gayen

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FINALIST (10th place)
Time Escalates by Jennifer Downing

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Comments (2)

  • J. Nowak Reply

    Stunning…!.. Inventive and representative of time and its impact on our lives. Kudos to all the ingenious minds who submitted these photos and videos.

    Is it ok to print any of these, just for private viewing, printed and framed for the walls next to my watch desk and tools?

    May 11, 2016 at 8:14 pm
    • adampotter Reply

      Agreed! The submissions for this contest were phenomenal, and our judges had a hard job in front of them.

      As for reprinting them, it is important to note that while our contests allow Corel use of the works (we do need to display them after all!), the rights remain with their respective creators. That being said, we would anticipate a reproduction for private viewing to fall under the provisions of Fair Dealing here in Canada, which closely mirrors the provisions of Fair Use in America. Enjoy!

      Corel Discovery Center Team

      May 12, 2016 at 11:17 am

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