GuruShots: Sunset or Sunrise

Dodho Magazine partnered with GuruShots "The Worlds Greatest Photo Game" in a photo challenge contest titled "Sunset or Sunrise"  Over 100,000 photos were submitted and more than 45 million votes were cast!

Dodho Magazine partnered with GuruShots “The Worlds Greatest Photo Game” in a photo challenge contest titled “Sunset or Sunrise”  Over 100,000 photos were submitted and more than 45 million votes were cast!

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! 

Ngoc Tram Tran Vanh Khuyen | United States
Top Photographer

Mansi Agrawal | India
Top Photographer

Daniel Adamski | Poland
Top Photographer


Rob de Ridder (Outsiders) | Netherlands

Lily Xu | Germany

Ian Robson | United Kingdom

Ilan Horn | Israel

Luke Albright | United States

Magic Maggie | Portugal

Maria Fremming | Denmark

Erik Van Limbergen | Belgium

John Pence | United States

Rabbit Wabbit | Pakistan

JC Tamberino | United States

Kym George | United States

Sana Filipovic | Sweden

Patti Spamers | South africa

Gil Shmueli | Israel

Xavier-@xavierjouve-_-Team X | France

Kristin Ellström | Germany

FMT_-Cdt.Feu | France

Matthew DiGiacomo | United States

Tim Bogenschutz- | United States

Yair Tzur | Israel

Amit Erez | Israel

Daniel Woiski | Sweden

Tana Macnab | Canada

Barbara Jensen Vorster (Outsiders) | South Africa

Steven Horn | United States

Shawn Bresnahan | United States

fernandoigba | Spain

Arye Berger | Israel

Maria Lopez | United States

Abbii Navarro | Mexico

Teresa Melcer- | Canada

Frank Bevacqua | United States

Grazyna | Poland

Lauren Simpson | United States

Lanette Houtby Zubro | United States

Bart Buckalew | United States

Kat.J.Banksy | Australia

Otto Mercik | Canada

LaWanda Wilson | United States

Saša Josip Milec | Croatia

Lynn Ann | United States

Netty Cracknell | United Kingdom

Robert Chalmers | United Kingdom

Nat GossPien | France

Jade Davidson | Australia

Tina Vander Molen | Belgium

Gabryto IG_soysurcamundos | Spain

Jim Steffensmeier | United States


Karl Bidstrup | Greenland

Tomas Donauskas | Lithuania

Tamar Alazraki | Israel

Fabiano Santos | United States

AnmutStreetPhotography | France

Sergey Pesterev | Russia

Julien Huber | Germany

Gary Baitinger | United States

Finephoto.berlin-Zielinski | Germany

Helkoryo Photography | United Kingdom

Daniel Sharir | Israel

Martin Ash | United Kingdom

Geeverughese C.George | Malaysia

Zennifer | United States

Montana Reflections | United States

Austin Dare | United States

SomeWhereWest | United States

Aleksei Serov | Russian Federation

Mel Rawcliffe | United States

Andrii Pozdieiev | Ukraine

Gary Hardy | United states

katryn.4323 | South Africa

gmsx768 | United Kingdom

Birgit wkbilder | Germany

Manu Smany | France

Roxanne-_-Coco | United States

Sammy Saladino | United States

Shell PHOTOZ | Australia

Corrado Chiaretta | Italy

Lopes Miguel | Germany

LuanaFreitag | Germany

Ron Smithson | United States

Lars Meyer | Germany

Tomislav Brajkovic | Croatia

Rafał Dziorek | Poland

Jan Babincak | United Kingdom

christinesartventures | Singapore

Julie Santo | Greece

vernonh01 | South Africa

Altier Céline | France

Tony Phelps | Australia

Kerrie N Norrie | Australia

Stacy Godsey | United States

Kirsty Head | United Kingdom

Rhonda Mullen | United states

Je ne parle pas français Rabbit | France

Robert Varley | United States

Arianna Stewart | United States

Andreas Demetri | Cyprus


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