Your Best Shot


While packing up his car for a photo expedition, Leslie Karniszewski of Toronto noticed early-morning sunlight streaming through the dew-covered driver's side window. After mounting his camera on a tripod and finding the composition uninspiring, Karniszewski set the camera's timer and quickly positioned himself in the front seat for this winning self-portrait. Tech info: Leica R3 and 180mm f/2.8 Leica lens. Exposure, unrecorded; film, Kodachrome 25. Scanned using a Minolta DiMAGE Scan Elite; image cropped using Adobe Photoshop CS.


On a visit to Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo, Lauralee Huyck of Wayne, Nebraska, found a domestic cat to be the unlikely model for her most stunning photo of the day. She was photographing a display of flowers when this mixed-breed shorthair farm cat strolled into her frame and posed. Tech info: Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel and 70-200mm f/2.8L Canon lens. Exposure, 1/1600 sec at f/2.8; ISO 100. Cropped and sharpened in Adobe Elements 3.


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