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Seenit Photo Competition 2019 #GoodbyeStock

Tiziana Giordano

27 February, 2019 • 

Before starting to work at Seenit 6 months ago, I was a photographer. Excited about the great product Seenit offers and inspired by my background, it was soon pretty obvious to me that my first ever project at Seenit - run through the Seenit platform - was going to be an internal photo competition, with the aim of everyone at Seenit sharing some of their personal stories. I thought it would be a great opportunity for engaging with and getting to know the team while at the same time replacing some of the stock footage they were using for decks and presentations.

The competition had 410 entries and is now the foundation of our new brand stock library, all captured using Seenit and by our team.

Running the project was amazing; there’s nothing quite like using the product that you sell everyday in such a hands on way. What was truly remarkable about running the competition was the range of images that were being submitted; they felt more real, more human. Each picture had a story behind it - a story worth telling. Something that you just don’t feel like you get from a stock website. Here’s to saying Goodbye to Stock!

After what I think has been a great success, I am happy to present the final nominations and ultimately champion the winners for each category of the Seenit Photo Competition.

Cities

The first category was photographs in cities. We had contributions from across the world.

Winner

Victoria Park by James Falconer Victoria Park by James Falconer

Nominations

Alleyway by Roxane Von Hurter Alleyway by Roxane Von Hurter

City at Night by Roxane Von Hurter City at Night by Roxane Von Hurter

London by Jess Bell< London by Jess Bell

Skyscraper by Charlotte Emms Skyscraper by Charlotte Emms

Crowds

The second category was photographs of crowds. Capturing crowds all over the world.

Winner

World Cup by Charlotte Emms World Cup by Charlotte Emms

Nominations

Liverpool Street by Melanie Koehler Liverpool Street by Melanie Koehler

Colour Run by Jess Bell Colour Run by Jess Bell

Street Market by Charlotte Emms Street Market by Charlotte Emms

Landscape

The third category was landscape photographs. This was one of the most contributed categories with 100s items submitted.

Winner

Rocks by Jess Bell Rocks by Jess Bell

Nominations

Summer by Melanie Koehler Summer by Melanie Koehler

South Korea by Roxane Von Hurter South Korea by Roxane Von Hurter

Beach by Aurélie de Sainte Preuve Beach by Aurélie de Sainte Preuve

Canada by James Falconer Canada by James Falconer

Waterfall by Kirsty Darragh Waterfall by Kirsty Darragh

People

The fourth category was photographs of people. We had an enormous range of photographs taken all over the world, so picking just five proved much harder than initially thought!

Winner

Parents in Istanbul by Charlotte Emms Parents in Istanbul by Charlotte Emms

Nominations

Market by Melanie Koehler Market by Melanie Koehler

Hills by Allison Leu Hills by Allison Leu

Race Day by Charlotte Emms Race Day by Charlotte Emms

Dog by Ed Stennett

Dog by Ed Stennett


Portaits

The final category was portraits. This was our most contributed category and the range of photographs submitted in the end was remarkable.

Winner

Ian by Jess Bell Ian by Jess Bell

Nominations

Boy by Melanie Koehler Boy by Melanie Koehler

James by Jess Bell James by Jess Bell

Cat (the Dog) by James Falconer (on behalf of Richard Wisby) Cat (the Dog) by James Falconer (on behalf of Richard Wisby)

At the Pub by Ed Stennett At the Pub by Ed Stennett

Harriet by Ed Stennett Harriet by Ed Stennett

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