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2020 California Journalism Awards Print Wildfire Photo Contest Winners – Dailies: 50,001 & over

2020 California Journalism Awards
Print Wildfire Photo Contest Winners

Dailies: 50,001 & over

 

First-place and second-place plaques will be shipped directly to the winning publications in the coming weeks.

Personalized certificates will also be mailed to winners in each category.

A complete list of all California Journalism Award winners will be provided on May 18th.

 

Circ Group(s)Category NameAwardOrganizationCityEntry TitleCommentsCredits
Dailies: 50,001 & overWildfire PhotoFirst PlaceLos Angeles TimesEl SegundoReadying to Fight the Bobcat FireThis captured the vast size of the fight with beautiful light and composition.Robert Gauthier
Dailies: 50,001 & overWildfire PhotoSecond PlaceThe Sacramento BeeSacramentoAll is lostThis was the best representation of the emotional loss from the fires in this category.Paul Kitagaki Jr.
Dailies: 50,001 & overWildfire PhotoThird PlaceSan Francisco ChronicleSan FranciscoSan Francisco Chronicle: Orange SkyEveryone in California looked at the sky that season, this was a beautiful composition and eerie light.Jessica Christian
Dailies: 50,001 & overWildfire PhotoFourth PlaceThe Sacramento BeeSacramentoChateau aflameSomething that looked invincible is shown to be vulnerable in this era of large firestorms.Daniel Kim
Dailies: 50,001 & overWildfire PhotoFifth PlaceLos Angeles TimesEl SegundoSpooked by the fireBeautiful light and composition conveying danger nearby.Irfan Khan
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