The APPOS iPhone Awards & Photo Contest
It starts right now! Literally.
7 am PST January 15 it opens.
It closes 7 pm PDT March 22.
Enter now, enter tomorrow, enter as often as you like – it’s free.
Vote for your favorite images and Apps.
Images must be taken and processed with iPhones and iPhone Apps only.
1 $1000 Adorama Gift Certificate
10 Wacom Tablets
15 Canon Wireless Printers
30 $100 Adorama Gift Certificates
25 $50 Apple App Store Gift Cards
Scott Kelby, Joe McNally, Eric Meola Moose Peterson, Syl Arena, Boomer & Carton
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.
January AfterCapture and November Rangefinder issues feature Photoworkshops.com’s Photography and Digital Imaging contest winners .
I juried Photo Illustration.
Anthony Bannon (The George Eastmann House) juried Straight Photography.
Find out more about the contest here.
DoubleExposure magazine has announced the winners of Photoworkshop.com’s Digital Imaging Competition.
“Several months ago we announced our Digital Imaging competition, with two categories: Photo Illustration, which was judged by fine-art photographer/Adobe Photoshop expert John Paul Caponigro; and Straight Photography, judged by the Director of the George Eastman House, Tony Bannon. The quality of the hundreds of entries in each category that we received was truly incredible!”
The results are in! See the images here!
I’ll be co-judging this year’s Photoworkshops.com Photography and Digital Imaging Competition.
Here’s more information.
May 1, 2009
$25 for the first image, all additional images – $10 (up to 5)
Open to everyone 18 years of age or older except where prohibited by law.
Over $17,000 in prizes
Selected images will appear on the covers and inside the pages of After Capture and Rangefinder magazines.
Straight Photography/Lightly Manipulated
Defined as generally straight photography with minimal or no graphics software enhancement.
Judged by Dr. Anthony Bannon, Director, George Eastman House.
Applies to images having undergone significant graphics software manipulation.
Judged by John Paul Caponigro, fine artist.
View the Complete List of Awards and Competition Rules here.
Congratulations to the winners of Blurb’s Photography.Book.Now contest.
The winning photographers and their books are …
– Grand Prize: Beth Dow, In The Garden
– Category Winner, Themed: Jonathan Smith, The Bridge Project
– Category Winner, General: Talia Chetrit, Reading
– First Runner-up, Themed: Cara Phillips, Singular Beauty
– First Runner-up, General: John Lehr, Something is Happening
– Second Runner-up, Themed: Panar, Johnstown / Lowy, Iraq Perspectives (tie)
– Second Runner-up, General: Michael Corridore, Roadworks
Which Blurb books you enjoy most? Comment here!
Find out about the contest here.
Check out all the winners and the honorable mention and preview their books online.
Check out my Blurb book Antarctica here.