Here are the winners of the 2017 DSC Photography Competition. Congratulations!
Congratulations to all that entered.
About the Judges:
Tim Sharp, chairman of the committee, has been a commercial photographer in Dallas for more than 20 years specializing in corporate, industrial and editorial photography. His clients are many Fortune 500 companies including AT&T, ExxonMobil, American Airlines, Texas Oncology, Harris Methodist Hospital Systems, General Motors and Toyota. He is also a contract photographer for the Associated Press. On a weekly basis, Tim can be seen in many of the area’s major corporations as well as covering major news and sporting events. He is an avid hunter, accuracy enthusiast, handloader and can be found often at the gun range.
Robert Hart is former picture editor at the Dallas Morning News and is currently an adjunct professor of journalism teaching photojournalism at both Southern Methodist University and Texas Christian University. He was named “Best Photographer of 2012” by the American Society of Media Photographers. Robert currently serves as chairman of the Dallas Chapter of ASMP. He owns a coveted Pulitzer Prize for photojournalism for an investigative report by the Dallas Morning News.
Ron Heflin is a retired regional photo editor for the Associated Press following a 29-year career. Ron has won several photography awards during his career and shared the 1999 Pulitzer Prize. He is a lifelong reader and collector of books with a special interest in Texas history and literature. Ron has volunteered for many years with the Boy Scouts in several leadership roles at the troop and district level. Now, his main interest is shooting sporting clays.
David J. Sams is the founder of Lone Star Outdoor News and has served on the DSC board for eight years. During his photography career, Sams has shot for newspapers, the Associated Press, Newsweek, and he was the contributing photographer to Field & Stream magazine. He also traveled the world for his corporate clients in the oil and gas and technology industries. Now spending all of his time with Lone Star Outdoor News, he still can be found with his camera while in the field.