Jason here! Still getting settled in, but in the meantime I’ve been having a blast getting to know the WPPI team! For my first blog post I’m PSYCHED to announce that we’ve brought on Ken Sklute to be our consulting director for this year’s print competitions (which include the 16×20 print and album competitions). Ken… Continue reading »
Pikto (Toronto, ON Canada, www.pikto.com) is sponsoring a photo contest for up-and-coming photographers that gives the winner a Gallery Exhibit at one of Toronto’s hottest venues. The winner also receives $5000 towards the production of the exhibition, including opening reception, professional PR support and a two-month exhibition. Deadline for entries: November 15, 2011. The winning… Continue reading »
Just in case you haven’t had enough time to enter the “Best Friends Photo Contest,” it has been officially extended to Monday June 13th, 2011. The “Best Friends Photo Contest” has four official categories: Domestic Animals; Wildlife Animals; My Pet & Me; and Animal Humor. All first place winners will receive a digital camera, a… Continue reading »
Winners of the National Cherry Blossom Festival Photo Contest (Washington, D.C., www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org) include Bernard Chen, 1st Place Landscape; Chantal Dusuel, 1st Place People, and Patel Jaimin, 1st Place Festivities. This year’s winning entries were chosen from more than 2,200 submissions representing 696 local photographers. They can be viewed at FotoWeekDC.org and nationalcherryblossomfestival.org. More information: www.FotoWeekDC.org/.
Unified Color Technology (South San Francisco, CA, www.unifiedcolor.com), the HDR experts, has named Scott Marmer of San Jose, California, as the Grand Prize winner of its True Vision HDR photo contest. Selected by public vote, Marmer’s photo, “Reed Flute Cave,” was chosen from a carefully curated selection of 45 images created with Unified Color’s powerful… Continue reading »
FotoDC (Washington, DC, www.FotoWeekDC.org) and the National Cherry Blossom Festival (www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org) are hosting the first annual National Cherry Blossom Photo Contest. Interested photographers can enter photos of landscapes, people and festivities taken during this year’s festival, March 26–April 10, or from festivals within the previous two years. Winners from each category will receive $500 in… Continue reading »