While the primary objective of
The Shooting Range: A Photography Challenge is to build a fun, creative environment for photographers to expand their boundaries and stay at the top of their game, one of our other objectives is connecting people with community.

For Season Two, Challenges and Matches have once again been developed to increase each Challenger's knowledge of all things "local" which might include everything from interesting locations and pieces of history, to local celebrities and activists, to fantastic services and businesses owned and operated 100% in our own back yard. And now that we're across Canada, well - that's a heck of a back yard!

This is your official invitation to add your name to this list! We welcome gift cards, branded swag, discount codes, personal services... let's get you on board!

For complete details on how your homegrown Canadian company can be added to this page, please email - we would LOVE to have more Canadian Supporters and Vendors for our Family, Friends, and Fans to love!

Season Two Contributors (in alphabetical order):

Amanda Diaz began as a photographer and as she discovered more and more secrets, decided to begin sharing them. In addition to presenting workshops and classes, Amanda has developed an extensive library of self-paced learning courses. Due to a hectic schedule, Amanda was unavailable to participate as a Judge this year, but has graciously provided the winner of Week Four's Match access to her Posing Class valued at $97USD.

You may visit her website and discover more classes available at

Please also give her a follow on


Exclusively serving professional photographers, graphic designers, and artists, DEKORA ALBUM CO. creates luxurious handmade personalized heirloom-quality boutique wedding albums and offers a complete line of both traditional and contemporary custom albums, boxes, folios, and more.

Dekorra has furnished a fine art album valued at over $500 as part of the winnings for Saeson Two's Range Master.

Proudly Made in Canada and shipped worldwide.

Website | Instagram

Join Talitha on an intimate journey as she transforms your mind and body. One on one coaching puts you in the driver's seat, and allows you to decide what areas in your life need the most focus. From nutrition to sleep coaching and everything in between, Talitha supports clients learning to manage health of the entire body rather than managing or suppressing symptoms with the ultimate goal of not only having a healthy body but a healthy mind.

Ms. Watson has contributed a 3-session coaching package valued at $180. as part of the Prize Pot.

Website | Facebook

Lisa McInnis of Verico Paragon Mortgages is passionate about helping people make the investment in their home work for them so they can reach their financial goals.

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As a result of her time on The Shooting Range, Season One Runner-Up Rayne went from entering on a whim and competing with just her phone for the first half of the competition! to learning how to use a DSLR during the latter half of the competition and ultimately establishing her own photography business, Right As Rayne.

Built entirely on good old-fashioned word-of-mouth advertising, Rayne has gone from having fans and supporters to having paying customers who seek her out for her creative documentary/lifestyle inspired imagery.

Recognising the incredible amount of time, energy, and effort involved in competing, Rayne has generously contributed the gift of Coffee, to be awarded to the winner of Week One's Challenge.

Thank you, Rayne, and best wishes in all your future endeavours!

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Renee Robyn provided 3 Stock Packs to the winner of Week Three.

Renee is a photographer and digital artist who knows how hard it is to find great stock packs on the internet, so she started making her own custom packs to share with the world! Every pack is unique and lovingly handcrafted for digital creators of all styles. Custom requests are available! Please visit and contact her there for any questions. if you want to see how to use the Smoke and Snow files!

Sprout Studio helps you build your photography business with a consistent brand, great client communications, helps you know what to focus on, while streamlining the "business stuff." With Sprout, you can keep everything in one place so nothing falls through the cracks.

Sprout has generously contributed a 3-month Pro account valued at $192 along with a few other goodies for this year's Challengers.


Strictly Photonic is an Edmonton-based printing company providing high-quality custom printing services. Even though Mike is currently in the throes of rebranding his company, he has provided a 24x36 canvas print valued at over $60 as a prize for our Week Three Winner.

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Teri Hofford comes to us from Winnipeg Manitoba. She is a body image educator, photographer, coach and author. She has been referred to as an emotional dominatrix and "Tough Love Teri" for her bold approach to personal responsibility and self love. Teri's main mission is to challenge and empower humans to shift their focus from constantly changing their bodies to changing their mindset, so they can start changing the world.

You should buy her book

The Geode Theory

Website | 2MU

Guest Judges for Week One - Spectrum Erika and Lanny Mann of Two Mann Studios - had so much fun on The Shooting Range: A Photography Challenge and are so excited to see how the competition turns out that they have offered tuition for their sold-out workshops, valued at $3300USD (~$4100CAD), to the individual who earns the title of Season Two Range Master.

Website | 2MU

In honour of the incredible Gift of Life provided by Blood and Organ Donations, an Anonymous Donor has made a cash contribution of $500.

$250 will be donated to a Registered Charity of the Winner's Choice. The other $250 is directed to offsetting Administrative Costs associated with running the event in order to maximise the amount of the Cash Prize available to the individual crowned as Season Two's Range Master.

The Donor would like to take this opportunity to ask anyone who has not completed their provincial Organ Donor Consent form to do so now, and also encourages individuals to
donate blood regularly and consider becoming part of a Living Donor Registry.