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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.

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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.

 


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

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Last Call by Judith Stenneken

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Congratulations to the winners of Blurb’s Photography Book Now 2010 contest, whose work was selected from more than 2,300 submissions from over 40 countries.

•    $25,000 Grand Prize Winner: Judith Stenneken, Last Call
•    Fine Art Category Winner: Arthur Tress, Barcelona Unfolds
•    Editorial Winner: Anton Kusters, 893 Magazine – The Yakuza in Tokyo
•    Portfolio Category Winner: WassinkLundgren, Portfolio
•    Fine Art, First Runner-up: Justin Schmitz, Mosh
•    Editorial, First Runner-up: Alexey Vanushkin, Merry-Go-Round
•    Portfolio, First Runner-up: Emily Shur, The Woods
•    Fine Art, Second Runner-up: Elisabeth Tonnard, In this Dark Wood
•    Editorial, Second Runner-up: Carl Bower, Chica Barbie
•    Portfolio, Second Runner-up: Lauren Orchowski, Rocket Science
•    People’s Choice, Fine Art: David Beach, Fetzer’s Tale
•    People’s Choice, Editorial: Matt Eich, Carry Me Ohio
•    People’s Choice, Portfolio: Barry Holmes, Entertain

Check out their books in the Photography Book Now Bookstore.

The complete list of Honorable Mentions is available online as well.

Visit the Photography Book Now website here.

Find my bookmaking resources here.

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My Alumni and I have been having a lot of fun with our iPhones.

Harry Sandler won one of 10 Wacom Tablet Winners.
Jim Graham won one of 25 Apple App Store Gift Cards.
I won one of 30 Adorama Gift Cards.

Harry alternates between his PhaseOne P65 and his iPhone.
Jim alternates between his Nikon D3X and his iPhone.
I alternate between my Canon 1DS MKIII and my iPhone.
See the pattern?

It’s hysterical to see Harry doing HDR panoramas with his iPhone propped on top of his Phase back. You’ve got to be careful telling jokes around Jim because they’re liable to be posted as video shortly afterwards. I put words in their mouths and thoughts in their heads with comic apps. We’re laughing all the time.

See all the winners here.
http://contest.adorama.com/about

Stay tuned for news on my upcoming iPhone workshop.

PhotographyBookNow2010

Blurb’s 2010 Photography Book Now contest is open through July 15, 2010.

Now it’s in its third year, this international competition celebrates the most creative, most innovative, finest print on demand photography books – and the people behind them.

Showcase your work to a jury of internationally-renowned judges – editors, publishers, photographers, and gallery owners.

Enter your books in one or more of three categories – Fine Art, Editorial, and Portfolio.

The grand prize is $25,000.

Find out more here.

See the 2009 winners here.


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