Black Hills Photo Shootout

The 4th yearly Black Hills Photo Shootout, a program that pulls in novice and professional photographers from all across the world, introduced US$ 3000 previous month for the Black Hills State University.

As per a news press release, the money raised would be dished out between the Outdoor Photo Workshops and the BHSU photography program, the 2 bodies who prepare the well known photography program.

Les Voorhis, a resident of Belle Fourche, is Les Voorhis Outdoor Photo Workshops co-owner, and told that this years program pulled in 152 participants along with people from twenty seven states as well as 2 foreign nations.

It is the 2nd year that the Outdoor Photo Workshops and BHSU photography program partnered for the program. The state Department of Tourism began the plan as a way to reveal Black Hills beauty. The aim was to keep money in the photography program of the university once weekend long program starts to make some profit, said Steve Babbitt, a professor of photography at BHSU.

He told that there are a whole lot of things in Spearfish which people do not realize they have. The idea is to get people here to photograph all their stunning things.

Most of Photo Shootouts achievement came from Rod Custer, a BHSU provost as well as Academic Affairs vice president, who backed BHSUs collaboration along with Outdoor Photo Workshops and stayed enthusiastic regarding the program, said Babbitt


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