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PRESS RELEASE: Photoshop Elements Techniques Announces 2006 Scrappy Awards Winners
TAMPA, FL - Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2006 - Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter and website (http://www.photoshopelementsuser.com/) announces 11 winners of its 2006 Scrappy Awards, the first Photoshop Elements design competition for digital scrapbookers.
Judges selected winners in 10 subject categories, and picked a Best of Show award for the grand prize. More than $10,000 in prizes will be distributed to the winners, whose designs were selected from 758 total entries.
Winning designs are:
Industry sponsors contributed prizes for the contest, including Adobe Systems Incorporated, B&H Photo Video, Auto FX Software, ColorVision, Wacom, iStockphoto, PhotoSpin, KW Media Group, Peachpit Press, Linda Sattgast, and Lynette Kent.
- Best of Show: Janet Phillips - Jackson, Michigan
- Baby: Jodi Frye - Fort Johnson, New York
- Family: Stacy Carlson - Lincoln, Nebraska
- Graduation: Jennifer Caputo - Schaumburg, Illinois
- Holiday: Courtney Ferguson - Forrestfield, Western Australia
- Love/Romance: Tricia Kennedy - Trabuco Canyon, California
- Military/Patriotic: Pauline Washburn - Beaverton, Ontario
- Pet: Elizabeth Royalty - Worchester, Massachusetts
- Sports: Candi Gershon - Fishers, Indiana
- Travel: Anne Bury - Calgary, Alberta
- Wedding: Sharon Denney - Kansas City, Missouri
The winning entries, all created using Adobe Photoshop Elements software, will be featured in an upcoming issue of the newsletter, and on its website, www.photoshopelementsuser.com.
Photoshop Elements Techniques newsletter is published eight times a year by the same creative team that produces Photshop User and Layers magazines. Along with its companion website, www.photoshopelementsuser.com, Photoshop Elements Techniques teaches scrapbookers, digital photographers and hobbyists how easy it is to edit, color correct, and enhance their digital photos using Adobe Photoshop Elements software.
(First posted on Thursday, August 10, 2006 at 14:02 EDT)