….. at the link below.

First, I would like to publicly thank Jack Delisle for stepping up at the last minute, to judge the 4th contest. I think everyone will agree he did a great job. Thank you Jack!
Also I would like to thank everyone who participated in this year’s contests – I think the new format worked quite well, I do hope you enjoyed it.
So, with that said, click the photo below, and visit the winners!


Photo by Jay Rochlin

Photo by Jay Rochlin

Select the photo above to see the latest entries!

by Eben Massari

Available at the photo link above.

Contest # 3 is now closed,  and entries for the final contest,  Contest # 4,  are now being accepted.  (See below for entry information).

Because of the excellent response to the contest so far (just under 100 photos to date), we are extending the deadline for Contest #4 two weeks.  The contest will run July 4th to August 7th.

So don’t forget – send your entries to: mhscontest@submini.com

… available at the photo link above.

Judging for Contest #2 is under way. Thanks to all who entered.

Entries for Contest #3 are now being accepted, and are on line.

Photo by Jay Rochlin

Be sure to take a look at the latest entries……..

Photographer: Stan Dye

Coaster at Knott’s
April 2005, Minocolor 100, developed and scanned by Minoxlab USA

First Place

Photographer: Godfrey DiGiorgi

Title: “Subway Ride”
Date of Exposure: 1999
Location: San Francisco, California, USA
Photographer: Godfrey DiGiorgi
Camera: Minox IIIS
Film: APX100
Captured from negative with DSLR and macro lens setup at 1.4:1 magnification.
Rendered in Lightroom and Photoshop CS4.
Printed to 11×17 inch.


Photographer: Anthony Kosky. Ph.D.

Title: Doctors Park, Milwaukee
Date: Dec 2009
Details: Minox LX, Kodak Ektar 100 – developed by Blue Moon, scanned with Nikon LS-4000.
Photographer: Anthony Kosky. Ph.D.

Photo by Jay Rochlin

The first contest in the 2010 MHS 2010 competition is now complete, and the winners will be announced next weekend.

Contest #2 starts immeadiately – so get out those cameras – (or negatives!) and send in those entries. Remember, the photos need not be recent – any Minox shot will do.

Good Shooting!