Portrait/Illustration Category – 2014 What We Do

This category is defined as “a photograph that is contrived, posed or otherwise set-up in any way. Digital and photographic manipulation is allowed. A photograph may be used as source material for the conceptual illustration, or the photograph may be totally artificially produced. Food photography, still life, portraits and heavily manipulated imagery are all examples of this category.”

Congratulations the winners and honorable mentions!

First Place, Zack DeClerck

http://zackdeclerck.tumblr.com/

"My son is ashamed of me because I'm a drunk... You Can't Blame him really.. I'm not a bad person though." Bradley Loce, 56, is a life long resident of Rochester, NY, where he currently resides at the Dorothy Day House. Bradley has suffered from alcoholism since his early teens and has struggled with chronic homelessness. The Dorothy Day House has been in place since 2012, providing a housing first solution for people that are on the streets. Photo by Zack DeClerk

“My son is ashamed of me because I’m a drunk… You Can’t Blame him really.. I’m not a bad person though.”
Bradley Loce, 56, is a life long resident of Rochester, NY, where he currently resides at the Dorothy Day House. Bradley has suffered from alcoholism since his early teens and has struggled with chronic homelessness. The Dorothy Day House has been in place since 2012, providing a housing first solution for people that are on the streets. Photo by Zack DeClerk

Second Place, Josh Barber

www.joshbarber.com

Ben Lynch #15 of the RIT Tigers men's hockey team and Celeste Brown #24 of the RIT Tigers women's hockey team pose for a portrait at Rochester Institute of Technology on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013 in Henrietta, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Ben Lynch #15 of the RIT Tigers men’s hockey team and Celeste Brown #24 of the RIT Tigers women’s hockey team pose for a portrait at Rochester Institute of Technology on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013 in Henrietta, N.Y. Photo by Josh Barber

Third Place, Matt Burkhartt

www.mattburkhartt.com

12 year old Logan French of Canandaigua poses for a portrait on his bike at the Farmington Town Park during the Farmington 4th of July celebration July 3, 2013. Photo by Matt Burkhartt

12 year old Logan French of Canandaigua poses for a portrait on his bike at the Farmington Town Park during the Farmington 4th of July celebration July 3, 2013. Photo by Matt Burkhartt

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