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Photographer Gets a Repeat Victory in Ski Salt Lake Shootout

Published: 02/22/2013

By Mike Gorrell, The Salt Lake Tribune

Steve Lloyd has a winning knack for photographing skiers on steep, deep slopes in the Cottonwood canyons.

The 36-year-old Cottonwood Heights man won the Ski Salt Lake Shootout for the second straight year, defeating seven other photographers in the sixth-annual contest sponsored by Visit Salt Lake.

"It was nice to win the prize money," Lloyd said Friday of the $3,000 first prize. "But the money was just icing on the cake. I already won, getting all the photographs I got in the competition."

Eight photographers and a squadron of athletes had five days, Feb. 11-16, to show off Salt Lake County’s four resorts — Solitude, Snowbird, Brighton and Alta — in ways that depict picturesque settings, challenging slopes, fluffy powder and ambiance.

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