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The International Landscape Photographer of the Year
The International Landscape Photographer of the Year is a new photography competition which aims to showcase the best landscapes in the world. Grand Master of Photography and former Australian Professional Photographer of the Year Peter Eastway is heading up a new global competition purely for the showcase of landscape photography.
The competition draws on the judging experience of 5 of some of the world’s best landscape photographers;
-David Burnett, co-founder Contact Press Images, USA
-Tony Hewitt, 2013 Australian Professional Photographer of the Year, Australia
-David Ward, Photographer and Author, UK
-Jackie Ranken, 2012 New Zealand Professional Photographer of the Year, New Zealand
-Jim Goldstein, Fine Art Photographer and Author, USA
In choosing such a high calibre of judges, the competition aims to set the gold standard to become the best landscape photography competition in the world by attracting the most exceptional images being created globally, each year.
The competition is open to all photographers with the aim of finding the best 101 landscape images from the past 12 months and publishing them in a beautiful coffee table book which will be available in a variety of formats, including a free e-book.
The judges will also be on a search for the International Landscape Photographer of the Year (based on a folio submission of at least 4 images) and the International Landscape Photograph of the Year.
Each entry will be scored by all judges on the panel and receive a score out of 500. Prizes on offer include US$10,000 cash, trophies, limited edition copies of the awards book and large framed prints of winning images.
There are also some special awards for a bit of fun and bragging rights, including; The Lone Tree Award, The Fuzzy Water Award, The Jetty Award, The Sunset Award, and the ‘HOT’ location award. The first ‘HOT’ location in 2014 is ICELAND!
Contest Prize & TERMS
Publication in awards book, including limited edition printed copies
Printed and framed photographs for special award winners ELIGIBILITY: Open to All
RGB colour space, 8-bit, Measure between 4000 and 5000 pixels on the longest side, saved as a JPEG at a setting of 8 (80%) or higher Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: You warrant and represent, in respect of each Entry submitted by You, that You are the sole owner and author of each Entry, You have the right to make Your Entry available to the Competition, Each entry does not infringe upon the copyrights, trademarks, contract rights, or any other intellectual property rights of any third person or entity, or violate any person's rights of privacy or publicity.
The Organiser acknowledges that You the retain full ownership of the copyright in each Entry USAGE RIGHTS: All Entrants agree that any Entry submitted to the competition may be used by the Organiser, and its Event Partners for marketing and promotional purposes of the event only. You hereby grant IC12 Pty Ltd and the Event Partners 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 to:
• judging the Competition;
• displaying the winning entries at public exhibitions promoting the Awards
• inclusion within the Organiser's and Event partners' websites and magazines, an awards book, magazine or similar;
• inclusion within any material promoting the Awards;
• sub-licensing the Entries to the press for reproduction in connection with the Competition and any exhibition;
• allowing viewers of the Awards 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 for their personal, non-commercial use only.
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 endeavours to rectify such failure within a reasonable period from the date of notice of such failure.
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