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Entries close 5.Nov.2010
Theme: Black & White
Entry Fee: Free to enter
Prize: Acrylic Print; Sponsored by Photobox
Closing Date: 31st August 2010
Eligibility: 18+ & International entries accepted.
Copyright: Fair copyright terms and conditions
Winners will have their photos published on Snap Alley, and Photobox will be offering the winner of the monthly competition a 30cm x 20cm acrylic print of their winning photo. This is a fantastic prize to hang on your wall to remind you of your achievement and to show of to your friends and family.
Lafango.com is holding a Summer Edition 2010 Photography Contest! What a great way to welcome the summer with beautiful photos celebrating life. Photographers and photo hobbyists are all welcome to enter the competition, and there is NO entry fee!
Visit the competition website at : http://lafango.com/photo-contest-summer-2010
Deadline: 31st July 2010
Prize: $1000 Grand Prize
Eligibility: All Ages / Countries
Prizes include cool photo gear from Canon. Runners up prizes are still yet to be confirmed.
This is a competition that is themed around the concept of movement, implying that the image must portray the fluidity of movement that poetry is known for. This is indeed challenging, however should inspire people to some wonderfully creative results.
Note that you must be a subscriber to the magazine (either soft copy or hard copy) to be eligible to enter.
To be eligible for Asia Without Borders 2010, sign up as an ASIAN Geographic subscriber
- Print (US$48 outside Singapore/S$48 within Singapore)
- eMag (US$12) Includes a free print copy of the results issue, Photo Annual 2010 Edition
Visit the Asian Geographic Competition website for more information on categories and submission methods.
A lot of us that are unfamiliar with Buddhist life would associate prayers, joss sticks and sitting on a cushion with one’s eyes closed with this practice.
What does it really mean?
The Capturing Light – Images of Buddhist Life competition challenges participants to tell through photography, what Buddhist life means to them.
Photograph scenes and items that reflect Buddhist practice, culture and spirituality.
From the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management’s website:
CIWEM’s Environmental Photographer of the Year honours amateur and professional photographers who use their ability to raise awareness of environmental and social issues. The competition encourages entries that are contemporary, creative, resonant, challenging, original and beautiful. But most of all, we want your pictures to inspire people around the world to start taking care of our environment.
The exhibition is open to all professional and amateur, national and international photographers of all ages working with digital and film photography. However, you must ensure that the image quality meets the competition’s criteria.
I think this is a really interesting competition as it has some inspiring categories (if the environment is not already inspiring enough for you). They include:
Some of the past entries are really interesting and moving in terms of content, and get you thinking about our natural resources and the impact of their pollution and loss on our lives.
Entries close at 5pm on 31st July 2010.
My very own interestingness…