See the 2020 ColorPro Award Winners and Finalists below.

Finalists and Winners
2020 Theme: Kindness

ColorPro Award


It can be a smile, a hug. It can be treating someone nice, or do things right even when it’s hard. Kindness can be a various way to express it. Now, it’s your turn to unleash your creativity and share your vision through one photo to tell us what kindness is.

2020 contest closed. See you next year. 



For some people kindness is a smile or a hug. For others, it might be a plate of hot food, a mended sock, or just someone to listen. What is kindness to you? Submit a photo of kindness through your eyes to help create the world as you want it to be.

About ColorPro Award

Free Entry. 

Wonderful Prizes.

Fantastic Exposure.

Free entry for global exposure and the chance for some amazing prizes.

ViewSonic’s ColorPro™ monitors are collaborating with Shoot The Frame plus Blurb, Tinyspace, and Tourbox to offer the ColorPro Award. As a high-performance brand for visual creators, ViewSonic’s ColorPro wants to give back to the community with its first international photo contest.


Prizes from our partners.

Prizes include:

  • $1000 cash (USD)
  • ColorPro VP2785-2K Monitor
  • Tourbox Controller
  • $500 Blurb Voucher
  • Shoot The Frame Voucher
  • Tinyspace Voucher
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The Advocates

Kai W and Luke Stackpoole are the official advocates for the 2020 ColorPro Award. They write about what kindness means to them, and show examples of kindness in their photography.

Kai W


Luke Stackpoole


The Judges

The official 2020 ColorPro Award judges are from Shoot The Frame, ViewSonic and Blurb.

Tristan Hewat

Shoot The Frame Founder

Tristan is the Founder of Shoot The Frame and has been on the judging panel of the Shoot The Frame Photo Awards every month since day one, in 2012.

He is a designer and a photographer.

Jeremy Reinmuth

Shoot The Frame Judge

Jeremy is a Shoot The Frame judge and cofounder of kampspire®. They're on a mission to help create a world where every child can experience summer camp. He is a professional designer, who has worked with some of Australia’s biggest brands designing digital platforms, web apps and mobile apps used by millions of people every day. Previously a professional photographer, he now enjoys capturing moments and memories as they come.

Dan Milnor

Photographer / Blurb

Daniel Milnor once worked as both a fragrance model and a hot tub installer but is better known as a reformed-journalist, photographer and writer who now performs these duties in his role as “Creative Evangelist” for Blurb. He has taught at Art Center College of Design, Academy of Art University, The Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, and The Los Angeles Center for Photography. He has self-published over 200 unique titles, ranging from award-winning to experimental. His work features in the collections of The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The George Eastman House, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

David Price

ViewSonic Creative Manager

David is an art director and designer with experience of working flexibly across Europe, Asia and the Far East. At a young age he was an avid graffiti artist, excited by the freedom to express his creative talents.

For the past 15 years he has worked in the advertising industry in Asia and has worked on a host of clients such as Adidas, Huawei, Coca-Cola and Samsung.
He is currently working for ViewSonic Taipei as a Creative Manager.

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