3rd AAP Magazine Competition Call For Entries now is over!
3rd AAP Magazine Competition Call For Entries: The 3rd printed issue of AAP Magazine once again will feature the best projects showcasing the theme ’Travels’ so is calling all professional and amateur photographers worldwide to participate in this travel photo competition submitting they best photos.
The 3rd edition of travel photo competition organised by AAP Magazine has been recently opened for entries this time looking for the best travel photos.
The 3rd printed issue of AAP Magazine will feature the best projects showcasing the theme "Travels".
Organiser are looking for your travel photographs, near and far, to the edge of the earth and to the places perhaps known only to you. Whether you’re hauling around a view camera and a tripod or just pulling a mobile phone out of your back pocket, they want to see what you’ve captured and how you’re telling your story.
There’s a world out there to explore. Open your eyes to its landscapes, people, cultures - on your doorstep or 10,000 km away. Expand our horizons and send your best portfolios!
You are welcome to submit up to 40 images. Photographs will be judged individually and not as a unified group of photos. Longest dimension should not exceed 1200 pixels, with a minimum size of 200 pixels. Your photos need to be saved in JPEG or JPG with resolution of 72 dpi in a Grayscale or RGB profile and layers must be flattened. Digital file should not exceed 2 MB. No watermarks is allowed.
Submitted photos will be judged by Sandrine Hermand-Grisel, a professional photographer who specializes in Fine Art Photography and Printmaking.
Artist retains all copyrights to their own images. The artist’s name and photo title will be included wherever the photographs are displayed.
Winners will be notified by email around October 15, 2018. Winning images will be available online at www.all-about-photo.com after October 15, 2018.
Entry fee is 30 USD for the 3 first images5 USD.
This travel photo competition is open worldwide to professional and amateur photographers alike, age 18 and older.