Winning shots from the City Paper's 10th annual photography contest

Image by Flickr user Robert Donovan

Update July 13: The time has come--the winners of Charleston City Paper's 10th annual photography contest have been announced and published in today's issue!

Congratulations to all those that placed in the contest, especially the professional category's first-place winner, Katie Fischer's "Courtyard", and the amatuer category's first-place winner, David Dix's "Pineapple Fountain".

Take a gander at all those photos that placed in the contest--as well as comments from the judges--over at Charleston City Paper's roundup here.

First reporting: Local photographers, take note: It's time to submit your most prized pieces of art into Charleston City Paper's 10th annual photography contest.

You have until July 1st at 5 p.m. to submit your favorite color and/or black-and-white images. All submissions should fit this year's theme: My Charleston. Enter as many pictures as you'd like for an entry fee of $5 each.

The winners of the contest will have their work published in the City Paper's July 13th, 2011, issue and will receive cash or prizes.

Check out last year's winners here and then enter your submission(s) here.

For more information, e-mail or visit the City Paper's page here.

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