Modifiers In Bloom: May Contest Winners

As the old adage goes, "April showers bring May flowers." For April's #MadeWithMagMod photo contest, we wanted to see how the #MagModCommunity rocked images that focused on blooms. Here's a roundup of the winners. Congrats, guys!

Grand Prize Winner

Theilen Photography

MadeWithMagMod May Contest Winner

Here's how Theilen got the shot:

"This image was made in Lake Tahoe, California. I took the couple out for sunset to make a few photos in the field of lupine flowers. It rained all through their ceremony and part of their reception, so I knew there was going to be an awesome sunset because generally thunderstorms in the mountains pass right on through and create a beautiful backdrop as the sun goes down. We got out to the field of flowers and made a bunch of different photos and as we were shooting a rainbow started to form. I was freaking out and grabbed a flash, MagGrid and CTO gel and only had a few minutes to work with to make this image. I set the flash on a light stand and shot down on the couple . . . a three minute shot thanks to MagMod!  

2nd Place Winner

Diamond Street Photography

May 2018 MadeWithMagMod Photo Contest Winner

Diamond Street Photography explains how they got the shot:

"I used a MagGrid on the sweetheart table behind the couple because I had an idea where they would stop. I used a MagBounce for the front, and I used my 16-35mm at 19mm, got close locked and hit it! I usually start my flashes at the reception at 1/32. That's probably where they were. Other stats: ISO 2500 F4.0 1/125. Canon 5D3."

3rd Place Winner

 Creative Fotomissies


Here’s how Creative Foromissies got the shot:

"Two flashes behind the tulip leaf and one flash with MagGrid on front to light the stone of the ring."


Think you got the chops to win the #MadeWithMagMod contest? Get in on this action! You can enter the contest each month and enter as many times as you want. The theme and prizes change all the time. So hit us with your best shot!

Here’s how to enter:

  1. Join the #MagModCommunity on Facebook to get this month’s contest deets.
  2. Shoot an epic image using MagMod gear.
  3. Look for the pinned contest post in the Community and attach your entry as a comment.
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