- Best of Show — Murdoch’s by Tom Foster
- Color Category:
- 1st Place — Memento Mori by Laszlo Perlaky
- 2nd Place — Hawk & Round Bale by Sandra Stevens
- 3rd Place — Coyote in the Rain by Rachel Burychka
- Honorable Mention — Coreopsis by Lexi Nemeth
- Honorable Mention — Hiding Green Treefrog by Laszlo Perlaky
- Honorable Mention — Plains Chevy by William Burychka
- Honorable Mention — Sunrise Big Bend by Bob Jump
- Honorable Mention — The View from Paria Overlook by Bob Jump
- Black & White/Monochrome Category:
- 1st Place — Untitled: Man at Window by Nathalie Brouard
- 2nd Place — Maltese Cougar by William Burychka
- 3rd Place — Kirby Trail Swamp by Laszlo Perlaky
- Honorable Mention — Abandoned by Paul Porto
- Honorable Mention — Anchors by John Kleb
- Honorable Mention — Bacon Not Saved by John Kleb
- Honorable Mention — Chained-Up Bicycle by Orlando Morales
- Honorable Mention — Storm View by Laszlo Perlaky
The judges who volunteered their personal time to critique and judge the photos were presented with an annual membership to HPS for their efforts and kindness. The judges include Diane Barber, Jim Caldwell and Jean Caslin.
Diane Barber has been Visual Arts Curator of DiverseWorks Art Space since 1997 and Co-Executive Director since 2006. Prior to that, she served as Exhibitions/Publications Coordinator for FotoFest International. She is past board president of the National Association of Artist’ Organizations and former Chairman of the Houston Coalition for the Visual Arts. Diane is also a founding member of the independent Arts Collaborative, a Houston-based organization working to develop a multi-tenant arts complex in Houston’s urban core.
Jim Caldwell is a working photographer with specialities in editorial, corporate and performing arts. He is published worldwide, works in collections around the U.S., exhibited aruond Texas and here in Houston in almost every FotoFest since its inception, at Houston Center for Photography, Windows on Houston, amongst others.
Jean Caslin is well-known to HPS members, having presented programs and juried competitions for us over the past 20 years. Working under the name of Caslin Gregory & Associates, Jean is a curator, career coach and non-profit consultant. She was formerly executive director and curator of Houston Center for Photography. Prior to that, she was assistant director of the Photographic Resource Center at Boston.