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Australia's Top Emerging Photographers Awards

 

Australia's Top Emerging Photographers Awards

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Capture Magazine’s Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers Award is designed to encourage new budding photographic talent. Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers Award is given annually in nine categories. Emerging photographers can participate in all the nine categories. Participants are required to submit six images per category. The awards are judged by Australia’s best-known professional photographers.

Award Conditions:

Students and photographers with less than four years' full-time professional shooting are considered eligible for the competition.

Submit your images via e-mail only.

Entries should be submitted in a single ZIP file. The file name should contain the category name as well as your surname and first name. The images should be in JPG format with a maximum size of 2,700 pixels.

Attach your headshot/portrait, a write-up on you as a photographer in not more than 80 words, contact details including phone, e-mail & website and a declaration stating that you meet the eligibility criteria along with your entries.

Those who participate in the Student category cannot participate in other categories. Only those who pursue a full or part-time photography course at a recognized college or university can participate in the student category. The participants should be the creator of the images and should have the copyright of the images.

Award Categories:

The Competition includes the following nine categories.

  • ADVERTISING
  • ARCHITECTURE
  • EDITORIAL/ FASHION
  • LANDSCAPE
  • DOCUMENTARY/ PHOTOJOURNALISM
  • PORTRAIT
  • SPORT
  • STUDENT
  • WEDDING

Have a look at the winners at www.australianphotography.com.  Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers Awards- 2014 will be announced soon. Details are expected to be out in the next edition of Capture magazine and on the Capture iPad edition.

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