Marc VasconcellosBrockton Enterprise
Ken McGaghMetroWest Daily News
Peter PereiraThe Standard-Times
Another strong category where the top three were easily identified. We moved the first place entry into that position after discussing the unusual but effective use of framing through the hole in the glass and the situation of an official with a choke hold on the defendant. The caption information could have been more informative. Second place was a great photo story about a reenactment of a wwII battle. A great set of photographs that weren't redundant. It could have also placed high in the multiple feature category. The third place entry was a wonderful portrait during an event shot from a great angle.
Judges: Don Seabrook/The Wenatchee World, Mike Bonnicksen/The Wenatchee World