GuruShots: Magazine Material

Dodho Magazine partnered with GuruShots "The Worlds Greatest Photo Game" in a photo challenge contest titled "Magazine Material"  Over 100,000 photos were submitted.

Dodho Magazine partnered with GuruShots “The Worlds Greatest Photo Game” in a photo challenge contest titled “Magazine Material”  Over 100,000 photos were submitted.

GuruShots is a platform for people who love taking photos. GuruShots believes that taking photos is an amazing way to express one’s self. Wanting it to be fun and meaningful, GuruShots turned the sharing of ones photos into an exciting game packed with plenty of opportunities to show off one’s talent. Every month almost 4 billion votes are cast in over 400 themed challenges! Join the community! 

VinchenZZo – France
Top Photographer

Llama – United States
Top Photo

Zdeněk-Dlouhý – Czech-Republic
Guru’s Top Pick


Jane Ras Great-Britain (UK)

Chris Cagney – United States

Nicole Bürki – Switzerland

Barb Lamprecht Wang – Norway

Ajit Deokar – United States

Paul Hammond – United Kingdom

Jim Kerr – United Kingdom

Alena Bednarova – Czechia

Golden Tornado – United States

Kai T Stoeyva – Norway

Daniel Berka – Czechia

Eileen Roach – United States

Judit Dombovari – Canada

N_G – United States

Daan de Haas van Dorsser – Netherlands

David A Aubé – Canada

Serena Vachon – United states

Mark Shepherd – United States

Uri Wise – Israel

deluxeprivatephotoworld – Switzerland


Mary Jane Armstrong – United States

Lukasz Szubartowicz – Poland

Debbie Louez – Australia

Ilan Horn – Israel

Unnur Reynisd – Iceland

Frank Shufletoski – Canada

Grazyna Fuchs – Poland

Scott Hurren – Australia

Merja Ekebom – Finland

Derek Lively – Canada

Raphael Lütjen – Germany

pacificview – United States

Alberto Leo – Netherlands

Gibarjan GF – United Kingdom

Kelly Parrish – United States

Herbert Pregel – Germany

Salvijs Bilinskis – Latvia

Fabiano Santos – United States

Howard Crow – United States

Art Wade – United States


Patricio Ponce – Chile

Cristina Busca – United Kingdom

Ronny steve Johansen – Norway

Daggi Meyer – Germany


Judy Lane- – United States

Thomas Gutschi – Austria

Tal Alfandary – Israel

Jeremy Gierke – Germany

Sarah May – United States

Stephan Kersting – Germany

Valerija Kuhelj – Slovenia

Rob Whitaker – Great Britain (UK)

Hans Comprix – United States

Shirl Airov Bieling – United States

Fabio Banfi – Switzerland

Alona Blau Prins – Israel

Susana Belenkova -United States

Trevor Preston – United States

Marko Lange – Germany

John Cameron – United Kingdom

Carmen Watkins – Romania

Ray Graves – United States

Dina Rodrigues – Portugal

Claudia Missailidis – Brazil

Patrick Slaedts – Belgium

Raymond Incher – United Kingdom

bikerdragon – United Kingdom

Bryony Herrod Taylor – United Kingdom

Viet Phan – United States

Kevin Carleton – United States


Kyle Stellpflug – United States

Ole Hedegaard – Denmark

Chris Vincenti – United Kingdom

Pierre Lagarde – France

LiaL – United States

Jakob Montrasio – Germany

Robin Weir – United States

Peter Wood – South Africa

Gina BurningSky – United States

Nathalie GUILLEMINOT PERNET – France

Merenda Gordon – United States

Sophie Messmer – France

Marion Gartler – Austria

Reefe Robson – Australia

Marie Grobbelaar – South Africa

katybemine – Sweden

Lisa Tang – Hong Kong

manu zatti – Italy

Fred Kowalo – United States

Noel Demulier – France

Ashley Hayes – United States

Santford Overton – United States

dand – United States

Eugene McQuillan – United States

Zennifer I Travellers – United States

Fredrik Berg – Sweden


Rob de Jong -UnitedStates

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