Sponsored Photographer Finalists

We've had an overwhelming response to our Sponsored Photographer Contest and would like to personally thank everyone who submitted photos and videos. The choice was very difficult, with our first go at choosing ten finalists leaving us with a list of over twenty people. We have narrowed it down to a talented dozen and we will be loading them up with gear in the coming week. We'll be posting their final entries to Facebook, so be sure and tune in and see what this group puts together as they compete for cash and prizes and a chance to become sponsored by Fyxation.


The Finalists (alphabetical order)
Kevin Dillard
Anthony Furlong
Chris Gualano
Joesph Lobato
Rafael Clemente Medina
Simon Nieborak
David Noakes
Scott Nogrady
Derren Ohanian
Matt Ritscher
Ryan Rivas
Phillip Vence

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