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Weekly Top 10 Social Automotive Photography Volume VIII

Article By Ryan Randels. All Photographers are mentioned and linked.

Once again we decided to mix up this week's installment of the Top 10 Automotive Photography countdown. Instead of hosting the voting session internally by TeamRevv, we went out to our Facebook community and allowed them to vote directly for the winners. Of the twenty images chosen for the initial pool, we used the individual images' Likes plus Comments and Shares to calculate who the official winners were. . . and it was an interesting turnout! Everybody has their individual interests, and while we love scrutinizing every image with the upmost belief that we're unbiased, it's simply not true. So, we let the masses do the voting!

Clarity. Exposure. Sharpness. Tone. Contrast. Subject. These are all qualities that define a great photograph. And they're exactly what we're looking for. For the first couple of weeks, we will provide a little insight into why we chose these images so that everybody can better understand what we and our community are looking for.


Pepper Yandell Photography

Photo Credit: Pepper Yandell




Alex Murtaza Photography

Photo Credit: Alex Murtaza Photography




Notbland Automotive Photography

Photo Credit: Notbland Automotive Photography




Jordan Donnelly Photography

Photo Credit: Jordan Donnelly Photography




phP!cs Photography

Photo Credit: phP!cs Photography



Notbland Automotive Photography

Photo Credit: Notbland Automotive Photography




Folk Photography

Photo Credit: Folk|Photography




The Fourth Photography

Photo Credit: The Fourth Photography




Jeremy Cliff Photography

Photo Credit: Jeremy Cliff Photography





Tied for 10th Place:


Jordan Donnelly Photography

Photo Credit: Jordan Donnelly Photography




GFWilliams Photography

Photo Credit: GFWilliams Photography




CiprianMihai Photography

Photo Credit: CiprianMihai Photography



WANT TO SUBMIT YOUR AUTOMOTIVE PHOTOGRAPHY?

We're always looking for photographers and videographers to submit their content to us. If we like what we see, sharing on the Revvolution.com social channels is just the beginning. As we dive into a new era, we're looking to expand our Team to build our event coverage and vehicle features. To get started, submit some of your work by one of the methods below, and if it makes the cut, you'll see your work on the front page of the Revvolution social channels.

Your Options:
1. Register on Revvolution.com and upload your content.
2. Post your images on our Facebook page (http://fb.com/TheRevvolution) and tag #RevvTop10
3. Add us as a contact on Flickr. http://www.flickr.com/photos/therevvolution/
4. Shoot an email to info(at)revvolution(dot)com
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