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Facebook Monthly

Photo Competition

Enter World Photography Organisation's Facebook Monthly Photo Competition for your chance to win prizes for sharing in WPO's passion for photography.

Each month they give you a different theme, ask you to take an original and inspiring photo that fits the theme, then enter it!

One winner will be chosen each month by the World Photography Organisation.

Prizes include Advanced Membership of the World Photography Organisation and a dedicated feature in the WPO Newsletter the following month.

For further information about this competition please visit the competition website.

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photo@gordon-c-harrison.co.uk (Gordon Harrison) Rights On List Thu, 19 May 2011 13:10:59 +0000
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Shoot Experience is an experiential photography organisation that helps to open people's eyes to their surroundings through photography. Their major focus is the London Festival of Photography and Shoot Nations a youth project in partnership with the United Nations.

Within the London Festival of Photography are a series of Awards and Prizes including the London Festival of Photography Prize, the International Street Photography Award and the Student Street Photography Award. The festival also offers a diverse programme of exhibitions and events at venues including the British Library, British Musuem, Museum of London, the V&A, Tate Modern and St Pancras International. For details of current and planned awards and prizes please visit the website.

Shoot Nations is an annual, global youth photography project including a competition, workshops and exhibitions on various continents. Each year focuses on a different global issue and the photographs produced are exhibited in the United Nations in New York. For details of the current and planned Shoot Nations projects please visit the website.

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photo@gordon-c-harrison.co.uk (Gordon Harrison) Rights On List Mon, 28 Mar 2011 12:30:26 +0000
2015 5 15 International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015 http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2015-5-15-international-landscape-photographer-of-the-year-2015/ http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2015-5-15-international-landscape-photographer-of-the-year-2015/ {tab=The Competition}

 

The International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015

ILPOTY logoThe competition is open to all photographers with the aim of again finding the best 101 landscape images from the past 12 months and publishing them in a beautiful coffee table book which will be available in a variety of formats, including a free e-book.

The judges will also be on a search for the International Landscape Photographer of the Year (based on a folio submission of at least 4 images) and the International Landscape Photograph of the Year.

Each entry will be scored by all judges on the panel and receive a score out of 500. Prizes on offer include US$10,000 cash, trophies, limited-edition copies of the awards book and large framed prints of winning images.

For further information please visit The International Photographer of the Year websitewebsite.

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send2ds@gmail.com (Don Schaefer) Rights On List Tue, 24 Feb 2015 00:42:54 +0000
2015 12 31 Global Photography Awards http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2015-12-31-global-photography-awards/ http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2015-12-31-global-photography-awards/ {tab=The Competition}

 

Global Photography Awards

GPA small logoGlobal Photography Awards aims to promote the beauty of the photograph. It does not matter if the photo was shot in the past or shot in the present, framed by a professional or an amateur. Our desire is to find a one photograph that is worthy of the Grand Prize.

Top 4 semifinalists including one guest each will travel to London UK for the Global Photography Awards Black Tie Gala & Ceremony with Luxury Accommodations at the Le Méridien Piccadilly.

Grand Prize - $150,000

Entries open 1 July, 2015 and close 31 December, 2015.

For further information please visit the Global Photography Awards website.

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send2ds@gmail.com (Don Schaefer) Rights On List Wed, 18 Mar 2015 00:36:42 +0000
2015 01 31 1000 for 1 | All of Asia http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2015-01-31-1000-for-1-%7c-all-of-asia/ http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2015-01-31-1000-for-1-%7c-all-of-asia/ {tab=The Competition}

All of Asia

2nd International Photo Competition

"1000for1 is run by photographers for photographers this is why this contest is run according to the Artists’ Bill of Rights…Do you know that the average photography competition has way more than 1000 contestants? By limiting the number of entrants you have a higher chance of winning the competition."

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send2ds@gmail.com (Don Schaefer) Rights On List Sat, 27 Sep 2014 17:02:57 +0000
2014 11 30 Scottish Nature Photography Awards 2014 http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-11-30-scottish-nature-photography-awards-2014/ http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-11-30-scottish-nature-photography-awards-2014/ {tab=The Competition}

 

2014 Scottish Nature Photography Awards

The Scottish Nature Photography Awards Photographic Competition was launched in 2010 to provide a platform to celebrate Scotland as a key destination for nature photographers and to acknowledge the excellence of the photographic work that is undertaken here through the award of the title of "Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year". The annual competition invites entries of images taken in Scotland by professional or amateur photographers from around the world.

For further information please visit the competition website.

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send2ds@gmail.com (Don Schaefer) Rights On List Mon, 22 Sep 2014 14:56:28 +0000
2014 10 30 OZONE ZONE INTERNATIONAL PHOTO SALON http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-10-30-ozone-zone-international-photo-salon/ http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-10-30-ozone-zone-international-photo-salon/ {tab=The Competition}

 

INTERNATIONAL PHOTO SALON 2014
Colour, Monochrome, Happiness

OZONE ZONE Books

Ozone-zone-logo2014 Special Theme: HAPPINESS. also COLOUR open, MONOCHROME open.
Our goal is to promote fine, artistic photography with a positive message, highlighting the beauty of our world and positive changes.

All accepted entries count towards FIAP distinctions. All finalist and winning images will be published in a digital catalogue and on Salon's Web site, with names of winners included in press releases. Organized by Ozone Zone, Canadian publisher of high end photography coffee-table books. Chaired by internationally acclaimed art photographer, Derek Galon, MA, FRPS, FOPS.

Entries Close on 30th of October 2014.

Awards include FIAP and Ozone medals and awards, and cash awards.

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send2ds@gmail.com (Don Schaefer) Rights On List Thu, 12 Jun 2014 16:26:33 +0000
2014 09 30 Airscene 2015 Airshow Calendar Competition http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-09-30-airscene-2015-airshow-calendar-competition/ http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-09-30-airscene-2015-airshow-calendar-competition/ {tab=The Competition}

 

Airscene 2015 Airshow Calendar Competition

Aircraft and airshow enthusiasts (both amateur and professional alike) are invited to submit 2 entries taken during the current airshow season for review.

Shortlisted entries will go through the final judging following the closing date (30th September 2013) by a panel of 8 judges (to be confirmed).

For further information please visit the competition website.

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send2ds@gmail.com (Don Schaefer) Rights On List Thu, 31 Jul 2014 17:08:58 +0000
2014 04 15 PWP Spring 2014 International Women's Call for Entry http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-04-15-pwp-spring-2014-international-women%27s-call-for-entry/ http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-04-15-pwp-spring-2014-international-women%27s-call-for-entry/ {tab=The Competition}

 

PWP Spring 2014 International Women's Call for Entry

Professional Women Photographers

Andrea Meislin, Owner and Director of the Andrea Meislin Gallery, one of New York's leading photography galleries, will award $5,000 in cash, an article in IMPRINTS Magazine, a one-year online exhibition, and valuable prizes from Datacolor, global leader in color calibration technology

Winners will be selected in each of the following four categories:
• Portraiture
• Black and White
• The Environment (Nature, Cityscapes, Street Photography, etc.)
• IPhonography (any image created on an IPhone or other mobile device)

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send2ds@gmail.com (Don Schaefer) Rights On List Tue, 08 Apr 2014 00:37:25 +0000
2014 01 31 Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2014 http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-01-31-pink-lady%c2%ae-food-photographer-of-the-year-2014/ http://artists-bill-of-rights.org/competition-lists/rights-on-list/2014-01-31-pink-lady%c2%ae-food-photographer-of-the-year-2014/ {tab=The Competition}

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2014

pink-lady-2014-logoWelcome to the 2014 Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, the global food photography competition. With a variety of exciting categories, the awards are open to all professional and amateur photographers, old and young, across the world, with a top prize of £5,000.

This year's competition has several exciting new categories for entrants, including Politics of Food, for photo-journalistic images that show the reality of issues relating to food anywhere in the world, Food Bloggers, for images that perfectly complement the blog and bring the written word to life, and the unearthed® Food in Film category, for short film, fact or fiction, about food.

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