Lasizwe crowned winner of ‘The Perfect Picture’ season 2

Lasizwe crowned winner of ‘The Perfect Picture’ season 2

Lasizwe crowned winner of ‘The Perfect Picture’ season 2

After nine grueling weeks and tons of shutter speed photos taken, a winner has been crowned of the season 2 finale of Canon’s hit reality TV series, ‘The Perfect Picture’.

Outshooting six other contestants, Lasizwe Dambuza, Jonathan Boyton-Lee, and Nomvelo Makhanya were crowned the top three in the last episode and Ivan Roux was sadly sent home.

The contestants used every bit of knowledge they learned during the competition to clinch the grand prize of R150,000 in cash and R100,000 worth of Canon photographic equipment.

For the finale, the contestants headed out for an incredible adventure in the mountains of Lesotho, where Dambuza fell ill and required immediate medical attention but soldiered on for the rest of the competition.

The challenge kicked off when the contestants met Maps Maponyane for their final brief on a beautiful, snowy mountain.

Maponyane made it clear that they were no longer shutterbugs but earned the title of full-fledged photographer, where they competed in four smaller challenges, taking the perfect set of travel log pictures.

Resident judges Neo Ntsoma and Hilary O’Leary, joined by Tristan Schäfer, had the ultimate decision to make.

Starting with Makhanya’s pictures, the judges loved the use of her model who wore a balaclava, mentioning that it captures the feel of Lesotho perfectly. Dambuza’s collection of photos was said to be carefully considered, striking a great balance of depth that added to the story.

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