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Deadline: 14th September 2010
Entry Fee: £10

Digital Camera POTY Portfolio Category

POTY10_logo(LO_RES).jpg (86 KB)Digital Camera magazine has extended its partnership with The Royal Photographic Society by launching a brand-new category in its annual Digital Camera Photographer of the Year competition. The new ‘Portfolio’ category invites photographers to submit a small body of their work (10 images) on any theme or subject matter, linked together with a coherent idea. Entrants will also prepare a 100 word statement to support their submission, for a £10 admission fee. DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 14TH SEPTEMBER 2010

Entries will be appraised by an expert panel, including RPS President, Rosemary Wilman.

The winning photographer will scoop a CANON EOS 7D Digital SLR Camera with 18-135mm EF-S Lens and the chance to submit their work for one of the world’s greatest photographic accolades – the highly desirable RPS Licentiateship, or the more specialised Associate distinction.

The new RPS backed category is the 11th category to be announced in the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2010. Having attracted more than 101,000 submissions from across the globe last year, the contest has cemented its reputation as a leading competition for anybody with a passion for digital photography.

Digital Camera POTY Portfolio category is open to both amateur and professional photographers of any nationality, with the aim of revealing images that are creative, inspirational and technically superb.

Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: The winner of the category will receive a Canon EOS 7D Digital SLR Camera with 18-135mm EF-S Lens, a complimentary membership to the Royal Photographic Society and receive an invitation to submit a body of work free of charge for a Licentiateship or Associateship assessment with the RPS within the following 12 months. ELIGIBILITY: Over 18 years Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: The entrant must be the sole author and owner of copyright, intellectual property, and all other proprietary rights in all pictures entered. It is the legal responsibility of the entrant, and not Future, to ensure they comply with these ownership and copyright requirements and own the rights to reproduce their images. Entries that do not fulfil these criteria will be deemed ineligible and disqualified. Future does not make any claim on the copyright of your images. The photographer will retain copyright and where an image or images are reproduced, the photographer will be credited. By entering your images into the competition, you grant to Future and any of the official partners, sponsors or associates of Future relating to the competition a worldwide, non-exclusive, irrevocable licence throughout the world for a period of three years from the date on which the results are announced in all media to reproduce any of the images for any purposes in connection with promoting the competition.We do not claim unlimited licence for Future or any of the official partners, sponsors or associates of Future relating to the competition to reproduce your images outside of the terms set out above. Where image reproduction is unrelated to the promotion of the competition then permission and royalties will be discussed and negotiated with the photographer concerned.

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