Photography Competition - The 2010 International Aperture Awards | Photography Competition

Photography Competition - The 2010 International Aperture Awards | Photography Competition

The 2010 International Aperture Awards | Photography Competition

http://www.internationalapertureawards.com

The International Aperture Awards 2010 Amateur and professional photographers are invited to compete on a global stage for over US$80,000 in cash and prizes Enter online at www.apertureawards.com Entries Close 15th October 2010 8 Open categories, entry fee is USD$35.00 per image 3 Amateur categories, entry fee is USD$15.00 per image Entries are now open for The International Aperture Awards, one of the world’s richest online photography competitions. This is the 3rd year of the competition, which is open to professional and amateur photographers worldwide. With a total prize pool of over US$80,000, including a first prize in the Open competition of US$20,000 in cash, the competition attracts some of the best international professional and amateur photography. The judging panel represents the ‘best of the best’ of international professional photographers. In addition to the huge prize pool, the success of the competition is in no small part due to the quality of this panel of top industry professionals. Judges include head judge and Grand Master of Photography Peter Eastway, Rocco Ancora, Gavin Blue, Gay Campbell, Daniel Capobianco, Jim Fiscus, Christian Fletcher, Chris Lalonde and Ray Lowe, among others. The competition is held over 8 categories in the Open division, and 3 categories in the Amateur division. These include People & Portrait, Sport, Landscape, Science & Nature, Commercial, Advertising & Fashion, Abstract/Illustrative, Photojournalism and Wedding. As well as cash prizes for top placings, entrants can also be awarded Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze awards which are based on an average of 5 judges scores. The judging process in highly regarded and include checks such as ‘blind’ judging and geographic exclusions, ensuring a fair competition with high integrity. Also importantly, entering the competition does not require photographer to give up their copyright, except in the display of the winning and highest ranked images in publicity directly related to the competition.

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Australia
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Braeside
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Photography Resources, Service websites
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Photography Competition
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10/08/2010 02:55:12

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