Category: Announcements

2014 Categories: Quality of Life/Community Development

You’ve probably noticed that this year’s categories are a little different. We thought it might be a good idea to give you some more information about the categories and how you might turn them into actual photographs. First up,¬†Quality of Life/Community Development. This seems…

People’s Choice Voting Now Closed

Thank you to everyone who took a few moments to browse the spectacular pictures that were submitted for this year’s contest. We had a very lively voting session! Stay tuned – all the winners will be announced on Thursday, September 26, 2013!

All Entries In! Now the Judging Begins…

Thanks to everyone who entered AASHTO’s 2013 Faces of Transportation Contest. All qualified entries have been received – and we received some great ones this year! Currently, our judge is in the process of reviewing all of the submitted photos and selecting the winners…

Deadline Extended!

In order to allow you an extra week to get your best transportation shot, we have extended the deadline for submittals to AUGUST 7, 2013! Please be sure to fill out the entry form, caption, and, if appropriate, the model release form before sending…

Great Photos of a Great Project

Need some inspiration to take your best transportation photo? Look no further than Joseph Blum, whose new exhibit at the San Francisco Art Commission gallery is a feast for the eyes. Check it out, and then get out there (safely!) and take some great…

What Gear Do You Need to Take a Great Transportation Photo?

We’re of the opinion that a great photograph can be taken even by a cell phone… Especially in the world of transportation, where the subjects are often moving, or brightly colored, or outside. Other than being safe, the most important thing in transportation photography…

Photographing Orange and Blue

We talked about it last year, but we thought it was time for a little refresher – transportation photography can be saturated with bright colors, including lights, signs, retroreflective materials, safety vests, welding, backlit steam and smoke, dust… and the list goes on. But…