On behalf of our esteemed judges, Presidential Photographers David Hume Kennerly and Robert McNeely, FotoDC is proud to announce the Winners and Honorable Mentions of the 2013 FOTOBAMA Photo Contest!

Click here to view a gallery of the winning images. Congratulations to:


1st Place - Nikki Kahn

2nd Place - Jocelyn Augustino

3rd Place - Mallory Benedict


Honorable Mentions:

Nick Barrett

James Bradbury

Benjamin Burgess

Kris Connor

Pete Dazeley

Nikki Kahn

Greg Kahn

Brooks Kraft

Evy Mages

Eileen McMenamin

Pablo Martinez Monsivais

Chris Parypa

Val Proudkii

Molly Riley

FOTOBAMA Photo Contest

After another exciting campaign year, D.C. is now gearing up for for the 57th Inaugural Celebration.  Share your images from the 2012 campaign trail, election, and the 2013 inauguration in the FotoDC FOTOBAMA Photo Contest to win cash prizes and be shown at the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts in Georgetown.




Winners will receive cash prizes: 1st - $500, 2nd - $350, and 3rd - $150, a free FotoPage, online exposure in a FOTOBAMA FotoDC photo gallery and on Facebook. Enter by January 31, 2013.

The winning images and favorites will be selected by Presidential Photographers Robert McNeely and David Hume Kennerly. At their discretion, judges may select honorable mention images, which will receive online and exhibition exposure. Judges may also select images to be included in the 2013 Official Inaugural Book!

Winners will be announced by February 15th.


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