Art of Photography Show 2010 Photo Contest: Deadline 6/7/2010

For those who’ve been longtime readers of ImagingBuffet.com, you know that I sometimes highlight photo contests that I believe are good for photographers to consider entering. This is a show that I’ve always wanted to attend in person (it’s held in San Diego, CA), but I haven’t yet because I live pretty far away in the Northeast USA. The show always attracts incredible images from around the world, and the deadline is Monday, 6/7/2010. 


Below is some info from the press materials and website:

The ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW is an international exhibition of photographic art which will take place August 28 through November 7, 2010 at the Lyceum Theatre Gallery, located in the historic Gaslamp Quarter of downtown San Diego, California. This is the sixth year of this major photography competition and exhibition.


The online entry process is very easy, simply filling out a short registration form and then uploading your images as JPEG files. Images created via any form of photography will be accepted for consideration. The Prospectus and entry information is available here. Additional details are in the FAQ page here. The entry deadline is June 7th at 11:59 pm (PDT). 

Natasha Egan is the Judge for the Art of Photography Show 2010. Ms. Egan is Associate Director and Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. Ms. Egan is highly esteemed in the global photographic community, so it’s a significant honor to be selected by her.

$10,000 IN AWARDS:
         $2,000  1st Place Award
         $1,600  2nd Place Award
         $1,200  3rd Place Award
         $   800  4th Place Award
         $   400  (11) Honorable Mention Awards
Proceeds from art sales donated to AjA Project: Click here to check out the details.

For more information, visit: www.artofphotographyshow.com


Nikon Coolpix Reviews - June 11, 2010

Thanks mate, i have been following your blog since long time 🙂

Denver Photographer - June 15, 2010

Hmmm… that does sound like an interesting contest, and the fact that it’s a 10,000 prize makes it even more enticing.

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