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Deadline: 31st October 2010
Entry Fee: $50AUS


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The Landscape 500 Photo Contest

awards page sm.jpg (172 KB)The Landscape 500 is a new exciting photographic competition that is open to all amateur or enthusiast photographers in Australia.The theme is The Australian Landscape and includes, seascapes, urban and industrial landscapes, skyscapes, and any image where the main point of interest is the landscape. It can include people or animals as long as the landscape is the main feature.

You are the stars, you have the chance to take home the glory, you are ones who will be talked about for years to come. This competition will reward the best in enthusiast photography in Australia. Yes thats right, it is only open to non professional photographers and the images to be entered can only have been shot in Australia or an Australian territory. No shots of the Himalayas here, this is a competition to show we have the most beautiful country in the world and the best photographers.

The photographs entered must be of a landscape but can include urban, cityscapes or landscapes with people. No portraits or weddings please, Yikes!!

The winners will be judged by some of Australias best photographers, including Peter Eastway, Tom Putt, David Evans and Nick Rains.

So now start thinking about what you have that might win this competition. Why is it called the “Landscape 500”?, that is the number of entries that are allowed. Most competitions attract thousands of entries, this one is different, it is a limited edition you could say. Each person will be able to upload 3 images per entry but you will be able to enter as many times as you like, each entry of three images comes off the 500 allowable. So do the stats, 500 possible entries, 4 prizes, your chances of taking something away are pretty good.

Let the games begin!

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Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: 1st – Trip for two on True North, Sydney Rocks. Value: $7,000. 2nd – Epson 3880 printer. Value: $2195 3rd – GigaPan Epic Pro. Value: $1450. 4th – One day, One on One workshop with Christian Fletcher, Value $1000.5th – Wall Mural Voucher from Fitzgerald Photo Labs. Value: $500. ELIGIBILITY: Australia Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: The Organiser acknowledges that You the retain full ownership of the copyright in each Entry. All Entrants agree that any Entry submitted to the competition may be used by the Organiser, for marketing and promotional purposes of the event only. You hereby grant Christian Fletcher Photo Images a non-exclusive, irrevocable license in each Entry throughout the world in perpetuity in all media for any use directly connected with the Competition, including, but not limited too: judging the Competition; displaying the winning entries (including Gold, Silver and Bronze awards or some thereof) at public exhibitions promoting the Landscape 500; inclusion within the Organiser's and Event partners' websites and blog, an awards exhibition, magazine or similar; inclusion within any material promoting the competition and/or any exhibition organised by the Organiser, in the promotion of The Landscape 500 Awards; inclusion in competition and exhibition related products to be sold by the Organiser or any third party following the individual agreement by the Entrant; sub-licensing the Entries to the press for reproduction in connection with the Competition and any exhibition; allowing viewers of the Landscape 500 website to view images on a computer screen, PDA or mobile telephone and store such pages in electronic form on disk or on a PDA or mobile telephone (but not on any server or other storage device connected to a network) for their personal, non-commercial use only; being chosen and entered into promotional competitions by Organiser for marketing and promotional purposes. Any photograph used by the Organiser shall carry a credit line. Any failure to provide such a credit line shall not be deemed to be a breach, as long as the Organiser uses its reasonable endeavors to rectify such failure within a reasonable period from the date of notice of such failure.

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