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This Year’s Theme: Black & White

Black & White (Grayscale) is the theme. Not sepia, not some other monochromatic tone – just Black & White. The subject, composition, aspect ratio and all other stylings are entirely up to you. Your photo will be judged based on how well you use the theme, Black & White, in your photograph. Of course technical and compositional aspects of your photo will weigh heavily on the judges’ decision. So submit your best photo.

Please, no nudity.

Prizes

We’re incredibly excited to be able to offer a prize package for this year’s competition. The prize package features some of our favorite products. The winner chosen by the judges will receive all of the following – a $500 value:

* A Complete Set of Rogue FlashBenders – A unique customizable light modifier for your off-camera flash from our friends at ExpoImaging. (read our review)
* A 77mm ExpoDisc – A white-balancing filter – one of the best and easiest to use white-balancing solutions available, also from our friends at ExpoImaging. (read our review)
* $250 Gift Certificate From LensRentals.com – The gift certificate is valid towards any rental(s) available at LensRentals.com.
* A Luma Loop Camera Sling – The latest edition of the fantastic alternative camera sling provided by our friends at Luma Labs. (read our review)

How To Enter

Before you enter, please make sure to read the Official Rules and Restrictions noted below. You will be asked to verify that you’ve read and agree to these rules. But worry not: You, the photographer, will ultimately retain all of the rights to your photo. You are only granting the right for us to share it with the public through our site. If we want to use your photo otherwise, we’ll have to contact you and license independently with you.

Enter Now
Submission Deadline is March 18th, 2011. Only one entry per person, please.

Official Rules and Restrictions

Who may enter: The Shutter Photo Anniversary Competition is open to anyone regardless of place of residence, except as otherwise noted herein. (Note that entrants residing outside of the United States may be responsible for a portion of shipping. See Prizes and Shipping below). Entrants must be eighteen (18) years of age or older. Judges of the competition will not be permitted to enter.

Submission requirements: An entrant may submit only a single photograph. The first photo submitted will be considered the official entry. Subsequent photographs will be automatically disqualified. Entrant must be the creator and rightful owner of the submitted photograph. Those found not to be in compliance will be disqualified from the competition and the appropriate authorities and involved parties will be notified accordingly. Photo entries must meet the following criteria:

* Minimum dimensions: 1024 pixels on its shortest side
* Maximum file size: 2 Megabytes
* Formats Accepted: JPEG (PNG Not supported as it does not natively support EXIF data)
* The photo must be a Black & White (Grayscale) photograph. Sepia or other color tones will not be permitted.
* The photo must not contain nudity.
* The photo must be free of any and all watermarks.
* Photo must be an original and shall not have been entered in other photo competitions.
* Only one entry per person.

Judging: Judging will be conducted by a panel of judges selected by Shutter Photo. Once each and every entry has been verified to meet the submission requirements, it will be placed in a gallery viewable only to the judges. The judging process is a simple rating and popular vote system: The photo with the highest judge rating wins the competition.

Prizes and shipping: The winner of the Shutter Photo Anniversary Competition will receive the prize package(s) as mentioned herein. A cash equivalency will not be available. Package(s) will be shipped to the winning parties at the verified address provided within the entry form. Winner(s) not residing in the continental US may be responsible for a portion of the shipping costs.

Copyright Policy: Submitting photographer must be the creator and hold ownership and all rights of submitted photo. The photographer may choose any license for their photo that meets their needs, provided that necessary permissions be given to Shutter Photo Magazine to share and display the photograph in conjunction with this competition (see Usage Rights and Permissions Granted). Shutter Photo Magazine does not require that the photograph be licensed under Creative Commons

Usage Rights / Permissions Granted: The ownership of all photo entries is ultimately that of each photo’s creator. By entering this competition, you grant Shutter Photo Magazine permission to host and display the photograph in conjunction with this competition and affiliated competition gallery. Shutter Photo Magazine and it’s affiliates does not have the right to print, sell, license, or display outside of the Magazine’s domain (shutterphoto.net). Shutter Photo Magazine and it’s affiliates shall not be permitted to alter a photo entry in any way – this includes the use of watermarks, branding or the addition of text or other graphics. If Shutter Photo Magazine or it’s affiliates wish to use a photograph for any other purpose, the photo’s creator will contacted privately to discuss necessary licensing and fees.

Photo by Andy Spyra

Official website: http://www.shutterphoto.net/spacompo2011/

sonyAs one of the largest photographic events existing today, The Sony World Photography Awards (SWPA), reach far beyond an awards programme for the still image. The SWPA is a convergence of festival events, focused photographic agendas, exhibitions, awards schemes, student programmes and an industry-led gala evening ceremony which marks the pinnacle of the week-long event in April 2009.

The Sony World Photography Awards Gala and central exhibitions that support the awards’ nominees and honourees, occurs once a year in the prestigious Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France. The evening welcomes some of the most influential names in the photography industry, from press and media to gallerists, publishers, agents, critics, aficionados and the renowned artists themselves.

From fine art to applied photography in fashion, advertising and sport to humanistic and documentary photography of people, social, cultural and current affairs to the environmental image of landscape, wildlife and ecology, there are few subjects or genres left undiscovered. The celebration of the still image – its roots, conception, adaptation and continuous evolution – is a constant parallel, unifying all categories of the Sony World Photography Awards.

This impressive union of distinct photographic genres has spurred many of the industry’s elite to actively support the SWPA. A very select group of these heavyweights have been invited to form the World Photographic Academy. To date, close to 100 members from the photographic community belong to this academy, from leading international agencies, guilds, galleries, publishing houses, foundations, press and of course renowned photographers themselves, such as Elliott Erwitt, Tom Stoddart, Susan Meiselas, Stuart Franklin, Mary-Ellen Mark and many more.

Beyond the week-long celebration in Cannes, the Sony World Photography Awards continuously create ways in order to support and further promote its existing industry network, the newly discovered photographers and those studying the craft. These many year-long initiatives include the Student Programme, The Sony World Photography Awards Global Tour and the Online World Photography Awards Magazine, Galleries and Store.

Professional Competition

The Sony World Photography Awards are entirely international, welcoming professional photographers from across the globe to submit their photographs into a highly competitive awards programme.

As an entering professional photographer, you will be judged by the World Photographic Academy in the hopes of being recognized by leading industry figures and taking the stage in Cannes to receive one of the 12 prestigious category awards and, the most coveted prize, L’iris d’Or, given to The Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year, with the recipient taking, amongst other things, prize money of $25,000.

Submitting your images: There are 12 categories in the professional programme, spread across 3 main photographic genres; to view the categories please click on the link to the left. Each photographer may submit up to a total of 10 images into a single professional category. Professionals will be judged on a body of images representing a photographic series or story. Professional photographers may enter bodies of work in more than one category.

The Judging Process: Your images will go through critical rounds of selections by the official 2010 Judging Committee, comprising selected World Photographic Academy members.

A shortlist of 7 photographers in each of the 12 categories will be selected and announced in February 2010.

Of the 7 short-listed photographers in each category, three finalists will then be selected and named as either the first, second or third place winners of each category given. The announcement of the 36 total winners will be made in March 2010.

For the final stage of judging, one single photographer will be chosen by the Honorary Judging Committee from the 12 First Place category winners. This photographer will be announced and awarded in Cannes as the recipient of the 2010 L’iris d’or.

The awards: All 36 Category finalists, will be showcased as part of the official 2010 Finalists exhibitions in Cannes, published in the winner’s book and announced to the worldwide press as Sony World Photography Awards Category Finalists. These finalists will also be part of an annual SWPA Global Tour, have the opportunity to be represented and promoted by the World Photography Gallery, showcased on the SWPA website for all of 2010 and much more.

The first place winner of each category will be flown out to Cannes, receive 2 nights accommodation in a luxury hotel on the famous Croisette and receive VIP tickets to attend the evening gala awards ceremony, taking place on the 15th of April, 2010. The winner will also receive week-long passes to attend the World Photography Festival screenings, workshops, exhibitions, talks and other events taking place throughout the city of Cannes from the 13th – 18th of April 2010.

Professional Categories

There are 12 professional categories across three distinct genres:

PHOTOJOURNALISM; DOCUMENTARY: CURRENT AFFAIRS; SPORT; CONTEMPORARY ISSUES; ARTS; ENTERTAINMENT

COMMERCIAL: ADVERTISING; FASHION; MUSIC

FINE ART: PORTRAITURE; CONCEPTUAL; CONSTRUCTED; NATURAL HISTORY; LANDSCAPE; ARCHITECTURE

Professional Prizes

Winner of “L’iris d’Or” – Best overall photograph will receive:
Recipient of the title “Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of The Year”
$25,000
Entry into the “World Photographic Academy”
Exhibition showcase of winning image and 25 picture portfolio at the 2011 Sony World Photography Awards
Winning image will be exhibited on the Sony World Photography Awards’ website and promoted to creatives worldwide
Flights to Cannes, and 2 nights accommodation in a hotel on the famous Croisette and receive VIP tickets to attend the evening gala awards ceremony, taking place on the 15th of April, 2010
Sony Gift

Winners of each individual category will receive:
Recipient of the title “Sony World Photography Awards category name Photographer of The Year”
Flights to Cannes, and 2 nights accommodation in a hotel on the famous Croisette and receive VIP tickets to attend the evening gala awards ceremony, taking place on the 15th of April, 2010
Winning image will be exhibited on the Sony World Photography Awards’website and promoted to creatives
Sony Gift

Amateur Competition

The Sony World Photography Awards are entirely international, welcoming people from across the globe to submit their photographs into an exciting amateur competition, which is run alongside the Professional Awards.

As an amateur photographer, you also have the opportunity to be judged by the World Photographic Academy in the hopes of taking the stage in Cannes to receive one of the most sought after prizes in the competition: The Sony World Photography Awards Amateur Photographer of the Year.

Submitting your images: Each photographer may submit up to a total of 3 photographs into the competition for free. The 3 photographs can be submitted into any one amateur category or spread across two – three different categories; to view the categories please click on the link to the left.

The Judging Process: Your images will go through various pre-selection rounds by our officially selected 2010 Pre-Selection Committee, iStock – iStockphoto LP is the world’s leading royalty-free stock destination. Browse more than 4 million photos, vector illustrations, video footage and Flash files. iStock pioneered the micropayment photography business model in 2001, selling images starting at $1.

If your image is selected to go into the top 400, you will then be judged by the 2010 Judging Committee, comprising selected World Photographic Academy members.

A shortlist of top ten amateur photographers per category will be announced in February 2010.

The 8 Category Winners, will be showcased as part of the official 2010 Finalists exhibitions in Cannes, be published in the winner’s book and be announced to the worldwide press as Sony World Photography Awards Category Winners in March, 2010. These winners will also have the opportunity to be part of an annual SWPA Global Tour and showcased on the SWPA website for all of 2010.

One grand prize winner will be selected from the 8 category winners by the 2010 Judging Committee and be awarded The Sony World Photography Awards Amateur Photographer of the Year.

The overall winner and a guest will be flown to Cannes, receive two nights’ accommodation in a luxury hotel on the famous Croisette, receive VIP tickets to attend the evening gala awards ceremony on the 15th of April, 2010, and collect their prize of $5,000 and a Sony gift. The winner will also receive week-long passes to attend the World Photography Festival screenings, workshops, exhibitions, talks and other events taking place throughout the city of Cannes from the 13th – 18th of April.

Amateur Categories

Architecture
Conceptual; Constructed
Documentary
Fashion
Landscape
Music
Natural History
Portraiture
Sport
Campaign Award

Amateur Prizes

Winner of the Best overall photograph will receive:
Recipient of the title “Sony World Photography Awards Amateur Photographer of The Year”
$5,000
Winning image will be exhibited on the Sony World Photography Awards’ website and promoted to creatives worldwide
to Cannes, and 2 nights accommodation in a hotel on the famous Croisette and receive VIP tickets to attend the evening gala awards ceremony, taking place on the 15th of April, 2010
Sony Gift

Winners of each individual category will receive:
Recipient of the title “Sony World Photography Awards Amateur category name Photographer of The Year”
Exhibited in the Winner’s Exhibition and published in the Winner’s Book
Winning image will be exhibited on the Sony World Photography Awards’website and promoted to creatives
Sony Gift

Final submissions: Friday 4th December 2009.

Official website: http://www.worldphotographyawards.org/

nikoniansNikonians is pleased to present its Best of Nikonians – 2009 Images Photo Contest, open to all Silver, Gold and Platinum Nikonians Members. All entries are judged by a panel of expert Nikonians photographers, who cast their vote on the photographs received within a given period. The decisions of the judges are final.

Nikonians, in an effort to promote and recognize as many talented photographers as possible, whose images serve to share, learn and inspire us all.

All Silver, Gold and Platinum Members are eligible to participate in any and all theme categories, and may submit ONE image per member, per month, by uploading to the respective Contest Gallery setup for this purpose.

Prizes for each month’s winners will be announced and awarded during the 2nd half of the following month.

At the end of the year, the Nikonians Masters Society, composed of outstanding professional and distinguished advanced amateur photographers around the world, will select among the monthly winners the First Place winner of the Best of Nikonians – 2009 Images Contest, who will receive the Certificate of Nikonians High Photographic Achievement and prize(s), in addition to the prizes they may have won in the monthly contest. Nikonians will also award two Honorary Mentions each with a one year Nikonians Gold Membership.

Finals awards and prizes will be announced and awarded in the first half of February, 2010

Official website: http://www.nikonians.org/contests/

konkurs2008_01_VIII DIPOL vakációs fotópályázat

A pályázat feltételei:

“Megnyerően az antennákról”. Az antennákkal manapság az élet minden területén találkozhatunk. Lassan a hagyományos TV antennák eltűnnek életünkből (esetleg vissza is kerülhetnek DVB-T) és felváltják azokat a “tányér”, vagy parabolaantennák és a csőantennák (kommunikációs antennák) Sokunkat irritálja a látvány, különösen egy tájvédelmi körzetben lévő antenna látványa, vagy éppen egy szép tervezésű ház, amelyet elcsúfít egy rozsdás, vagy törött antenna. Ez is életünk része, de vannak ellenpéldák is, amely haladó jellegű és mondhatjuk azt is rá, hogy megnyerő! A korábbi fotópályázati anyagok megtekintése esetleg felvételek készítésére is ösztönözhet bennünket. A nyári szünetben, nyaralás közben talán több idő van jobban megnézni környezetünket. Reméljük az ötletek határtalanok és Magyarországról is szép számmal fognak pályázni. Nem kell hozzá más, csak egy fényképezőgép és egy jó ötlet. Sok sikert kívánunk!


A versennyel kapcsolatos információk
  • A pályázatot a DIPOL cég szervezi.
  • Minden résztvevő egy munkával és maximum 3 képpel vehet részt a pályázaton.
  • A munka elektronikus – JPEG formátumban , min. méret 600 x 800 pixel, max 1200 x 1600 pixel és az állomány mérete nem lépheti túl a 600 kB – a pályázatot a következő címre kell küldeni – a levél jelezze a témát “Konkurs Fotograficzny DIPOL-a” és a leírásban:
    • a mű címe
    • családnév és keresztneve a szerzőnek és a kép kommentálása (hely, dátum, stb.)
  • A DIPOL fenntartja magának a jogot, hogy megváltoztassák a kép formátumát az internetes bemutatásra és elérhetővé tegyék azt a nyilvánosság számára a pályázatra történő bemutatáshoz.

  • A munka beküldhető 2009 június 1-től 2009 szeptember 30-ig
  • Az eredmény 2009. október 5-én fog megjelenni a Heti-Hírmondó-ban.
  • 3 díj kerül kiosztásra:
  • A pályázati munkákat Paweł Zechenter fotóművész fogja elbírálni.

  • A munkákat a www.dipol.com.pl – nál és más médiánál – mint reklám fogják bemutatni és a cél a pályázat népszerűsítése.

Izelitőnek válogatás a tavalyi képekből

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waclawwantuch_192009. június 6-án nyílik a városi Galériában a kétévente megrendezendő országos aktfotó pályázatnak a seregszemléjére, melyet a Szentesi Művelődési Központ és a Szentesi Fotókör közösen szervez.

A Szentesi Művelődési Központ és a Szentesi Fotókör 2009. június 6-tól június 27-ig megrendezi a XIV. AKTFOTÓ KIÁLLÍTÁST

Nevezési díj: 1000 Ft. Melyet a katalógus elkészítésére fordítunk és minden pályázó kap a kiállítási katalógusból.
Díjak: I., II., III. díj plakett, MAFOSZ plakett, továbbá különdíj, tárgyjutalom és oklevél.


Kiállítási naptár:
Beérkezési határidő: 2009. április 30.
Zsűrizés: 2009. május 4-12 között.
Értesítés a zsűrizésről: 2009. május 22.
Kiállítás megnyitó: 2009. június 7. vasárnap 15.00
Kiállítás utolsó napja: 2007. június 27.
Visszaküldési határidő: 2009. szept. – dec.
a másodbemutatóktól függően.

Beküldési cím: Szentesi Művelődési Központ, Szentesi Fotókör
6600 Szentes, Tóth József u. 10-14.
Tel.: 63/314-211. Ügyintéző: Deák Zsuzsanna

A nevezési lap PDF formátumban innen tölthető le!

forrás: http://www.szentesinfo.hu/mozaik/2009/aktfoto/


fotó: Waclaw Wantuch


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lumix_dTémakörök

* „Természet” (környezet, környezetvédelem)
* „Emberábrázolás, portré”
* „Utazás” (Úti képek, melyek hűen ábrázolják a hazai, külföldi helyszínek hangulatát)
* „Mindennapi életünk” (munka, szabadidő, kultúra, sport)

A témakörök értelmezésénél a pályázat kiírói kreatív elképzelést várnak a nevezőktől.
Minden egyes pályázó összesen 20 darab képet küldhet be. Sorozatot csak a „Mindennapi életünk” témakörnél fogadunk el, amely maximum 8 képből állhat. Sorozat esetében a sorozatban szereplő képek mindegyike külön képnek számolandó.

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wppWorld Press Photo is run as an independent, non-profit organization with its office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where World Press Photo was founded in 1955.

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everymanpro

the everyman is not new to the photo contest game but it has historically been restricted to amateurs … until now. this year marks the first ever professional version of the everyman, a contest growing in popularity and diversity since 2001. as for the change, it stems from an increasing number of professionals entering my amateur contest year after year. i’ve concluded this is a mark of a lack of suitable contests out there for artists to strut their stuff and be recognized.

as for the exposure you may expect by participating in the everyman pro, it is a affair with a world-wide following. entrants (and judges) come from all over the planet and i hope for similar things in this version of the event because this is what the everyman seeks; diversity. diversity in age and style and interest and technique and opinion. the glue that holds it together and fosters consistent growth and evolution is a shared adoration for the captured image because this has proven to be a universal message all people can embrace. i hope you play, watch and enjoy. i plan to.

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theeveryman1

The Everyman believes that anyone who has ever taken pictures in their life, has taken good pictures. One of the primary differences between professionals and non-professionals is how reliably they can get the good shot. because, photography, like any art, is meant to capture a moment, convey a feeling, tell a story, it is erroneous to believe that in order for a photo to be effective or artistic it must have formal composition, ideal lighting or, and most importantly, be taken by a professional.

while i can appreciate the honed prowess of a skilled photographer, i also enjoy the work of amatuer photogs. a great problem though is that adequate forums do not exist to showcase and reward the efforts of these less involved owners of cameras. professional photographers sometimes take bad pictures and occasional photographers sometimes take great pictures. The Everyman contest offers a space to showcase the work of the latter category.

have i mentioned yet that it doesn’t cost anything to enter.

or that if your photo finishes in the top three of any of the categories you win cool, hard, american lucre.

i’ve tried to make this as easy as possible and am open to suggestions on how it could be improved, but truth told, would rather you used the time to send me a picture than your thoughts on how you would run a photo contest if you had a website, were bored and needed things to hang on the walls of your home.

for the true beginnings of the everyman, you can read this.

if you still have questions after that, they may possibly be answered here.

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lumix-award-logoJudging the best in digital photography

October 2008 – March 2009
This year’s theme: Living Planet

Celebrate an extraordinary place to live – Earth.

We live on an incredible planet. From the biggest, bustling metropolises, to seemingly barren plains, our planet is bursting with all kinds of life. We’re its beneficiaries, and its caretakers.

What makes our planet so alive? Is it the more than 6.5 billion human beings going about their business? The changing climate, or conservation efforts? Is it frenetic cities or untamed wilderness?

Turn your photographic eye towards our amazing planet and show us what you see – and you could win some fantastic prizes.

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