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Photo Video West (formerly Photo Expo West) comes to Del Mar Fairgrounds O’Brien Hall April 27-28, 2013.
Expo features seminars, interactive demos, product special, portfolio reviews and a photo contest.
Professionals: Enter by March 1, 2013 for $25 per image, or b y March 31 at $35 per image.
Amateurs: Enter by March 1 for $20 per image, or March 31 for $30 per image.
For details on categories and prizes visit the site.
(Photo Video West)
The first Santa Fe Workshops contest of the year is Animals, from wild to domesticated. Prizes valued at over $14,000.
The early-submission deadline is March 19; fee is $30 for 3 images. ANIMALS closes May 7, 2013.
(Santa Fe Workshops)
photo: Nikon/National Geographic
If you enter one photo contest before the end of the year, let it be this. With The Full Story contest, Nikon and Nat Geo are soliciting shutterbugs to share stories that will make for great photo essays. To enter, they’re asking for one photo, accompanied by a >100 word paragraph about its meaning. They also want to see three additional photos, just to check out your photography chops.
The prizes, my friends, are more than worth the price of admission. (The price is free, but still.) Five first prize winners will be given Nikon D600 DSLRs with which to shoot their “full story” photo essays, and then one grand prize winner will be selected from among the five and sent on a National Geographic Expedition to the Galapagos Islands.
For more information, and to enter, visit the official contest page. Good luck!
We’ve featured a lot of great time lapse photography on the blog recently, so we were excited to see that Intel is hosting a big time lapse competition. With, I might add, $50,000 worth of prizes. The contest is called A Momentary Lapse, and it ends in five days. So enter your time lapse or slow motion videos now!
While I love shooting photos with my DSLR, I find that I use my iPhone just as often, if not more often, to capture the everyday scenes of my life. Often, those shots make their way to Instagram (@digiphotomag). And very often I use one of my favorite apps–Diptic–to collage two or more shots. So, naturally I’m excited about the recent debut of the new app Layover, by the makers of Diptic. Layover allows you to blend up to five photos into a single image. It can also be used in conjunction with Diptic.
Today Diptic and Layover announced the #LayoverMyDiptic Photo Contest, the winner of which will win a $200 iTunes gift card. To enter, post your submissions (photos in which it’s evident that you used both Diptic and Layover) to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #LayoverMyDiptic. Or, you can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. The contest ends on October 8, 2012 at 12 a.m. PST. Their judging criteria is: creativity, aesthetics, and best use of Diptic and Layover. Head over to the contest page for official rules and to view the latest entries. Unfortunately, Diptic says that the contest is only open to U.S. residents, among other restrictions.
(image via Diptic)
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