Teamwork makes the dream work, but all good things must come to an end. Check out the final installment of our top 10 list series submitted by our loyal readers.
There have been some articles posted recently about how similar all the photos look on Instagram even though they are taken by different photographers. One of my favorite parts of using a hashtag to group the weekly photos was that it was unaffected by any algorithm and we saw some very unique styles and talents.
Thank you to everyone who took part in submitting and checking out our lists. I hope you all enjoyed the challenges and possibly found some new skills or ideas along the way. I will hopefully find a way to improve and build upon this idea someday. Until then, it has been a pleasure.
Without further ado, here are is our last top 10 WeeklyFstop photos round-up.
10. Sarika Mehta
9. Self Taught Thought
8. Alan Godfrey
7. Rahmat's Photo Stash
6. Geraldy Edson Thamrin
5. Steven Madow
3. Ryan Wilson
2. Pedro Pulido
This is another clean and beautiful shot by Pulido. He has been one of the strongest competitors in the weeklyFstop showing a wide range of skills and constantly highlighting the diverse culture in his part of the world, Peru. Thanks so much for showing up almost every week and always showing up to congratulate the winners.
1. Ars Industria
The point of view and composition of this photo are really spot on. I don't know if this was staged or just lucky but you can really get the feel of teamwork and trust between the three firefighters. I also love the black and white processing with all the long shadows and the concrete surface. Industria has shared a number of impressive shots throughout our journey and in my opinion, deserves a lot more than 82 followers. Sorry winning never made you famous Industria.
Here are the previous week's results:
- Leading Lines
- Long Exposure
- Street Sports
Thanks again for reading. Keep shooting and challenging yourself to learn more. I have been on a lot of teams throughout my 39 years, but only one has consisted of writers from all over the world. I'm proud to be a part of the Fstoppers team and appreciated the opportunity to try this somewhat outside the box series. Somehow the stars aligned and made this weeklyFstop number 39, which is not only my age, but also the number of my all-time favorite baseball player Mike Greenwell of the Boston Red Sox.