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We played a fun game during my recent exhibit.

People wrote down their associations after looking at inkblots.

One lucky player won a free ebook!

We’re doing this online now.

Write down your associations for each of these images in this post’s comments; include the numbers.

You could be the next lucky winner will receive a free ebook!

View more Studies here.

View related finished works here.

Revelation Study 2

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“Maine Media Workshops + College is pleased to present our Annual Photo and Video contest, sponsored by B&H Photo Video. At MMW+C, we believe in the power of stories to change the way people think about the world. We teach and inspire storytellers of all ages and walks of life, encouraging and fostering the use of everything from historical processes to cutting-edge technology in order to communicate narratives. We are excited to partner with B&H, the source of for all things digital and manual in the image making community, to bring you this contest. Together, we are excited to see the stories you want to tell and what they will say about our world.”

The deadline is September 10.

Find out more here.

PBN 2011 Winners

September 7, 2011 | Leave a Comment |

PBN 2011 Grand Prize Winner from Blurb Books on Vimeo.

PBN 2011 Category Winners from Blurb Books on Vimeo.

This year’s Grand Prize winner is an innovative and moving “book-within-a-book” that chronicles the mafia-controlled streets of Naples through the accidental killing of a young girl. Valerio Spada combines on-the-street photography with photos of the original police documents to show, in the author’s words, “the problems of becoming a woman in a dangerous, crime-ridden area. Adolescence is almost denied.”

Gomorrah Girl was chosen by an international panel of 12 judges from more than 2,300 entries in four different categories. Valerio Spada received a $25,000 cash prize courtesy of HP Indigo Digital Press.

The panel of international judges also chose four books as the best in their respective categories – Fine Art, Documentary, Travel, and Student. Each winner received a $5,000 cash prize courtesy of Adobe®. Lead PBN 2011 Juror Darius Himes discusses the category winners.

Find out more about Blurb’s PBN contest here.

Learn more about making Blurb books in these bookmaking videos.

Preview my digital photography books here.

 


Blurb’s Photography Book Now contest celebrates the best self-published photography books of the year – and the people behind them.

Up to 200 books per category (Travel, Documentary, Student, Fine Art) have been selected for People’s Choice voting.

Winners receive $1,500.

Vote for your favorites by August 30.

Darius Himes clearly describes the judging criteria for Blurb’s PBN contest.

Read more about Blurb’s PBN contest here.

Find Darius Himes book Publish Your Photography Book here.

Visit Darius Himes’ website here.

Learn more in my bookmaking resources here.


Have your work seen by top photo industry judges.

Plus, the Photo Annual is sent to over 5,000 creatives.

Awards include …

– awards celebration May 2011 in NYC
– work featured in PDN June issue and website
– $15,000 Arnold & Augusta Newman Foundation Prize for Portraiture
– The Marty Forscher Fellowship Fund professional award and student award
– The Sony Emerging Photographer Award:  – camera, cash, article

Read more

BlurbPBNContest
Only two more weeks remain in Blurb’s Photography Book Now contest.

Blurb books must be submitted by 11:59 PDT July 15.

Categories include Fine Art, Editorial, and Portfolio.

The Grand Prize is $25,000.

Jurors include Darius Himes, Monica Allende, David Fahey, Michael Mack, Lesley A Martin, Susan Meisalas, Erin O’Tool, Martin Parr, Judith Puckett-Rinella, and Brian Smith.

Get the inside scoop from the jurors here.

What makes a winning photo book? Darius Himes (publisher)
Which photo books have been most influential? David Fahey (dealer)
What books should you read on a desert island? Brian Smith (photographer)
What are last year’s PBN winners are up to now?

Learn more about the the PBN Contest here.

Learn more with my Bookmaking Lessons.
Learn more in my Fine Art Digital Printing Workshops.

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Here are two of my 5 entries for the APPOS iPhone Photo Contest.

The APPOS iPhone Photo Contest Ends in less than 24 hours.
It’s not too late to enter or vote! It closes Feb 28th at 10 am GMT.

Check out all the entries here.
Find my entries here – type Caponigro into Search.
Vote for your favorite images.
Vote for your favorite Apps.

APPOSiphonecontest
The APPOS iPhone Contest Ends in less than 24 hours.
It’s not too late to enter or vote! It closes Feb 28th at 10 am GMT.

Check out all the entries here.
Find my entries here – type Caponigro into Search.
Vote for your favorite images.
Vote for your favorite Apps.

Winners will be announced March 23.

Here’s one of my entries in the APPOS iPhone Awards & Photo Contest.

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Vote, comment, and submit your photos here.

Here’s more about the contest.

The APPOS iPhone Awards & Photo Contest
There’s only one week left to enter.
It closes 7 pm PST Feb 16.
Enter now, enter tomorrow, enter as often as you like – it’s free.
Vote for your favorite images and Apps.
Eligibility
Images must be taken and processed with iPhones and iPhone Apps only.

Prizes
1    $1000 Adorama Gift Certificate
10  Wacom Tablets
15  Canon Wireless Printers
30  $100 Adorama Gift Certificates
25  $50 Apple App Store Gift Cards

Judges
Scott Kelby, Joe McNally, Eric Meola Moose Peterson, Syl Arena, Boomer & Carton

Vote
You can vote for and comment on entries.
You can even vote for your favorite photo App.

Find out more about the contest and see the entries here.


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