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Man Made Spaces and Structures
Call for submissions: Photographers/Digital Artists; Theme: Man Made Spaces & Structures- images such as architecture, urban landscapes, monuments, interesting structural patterns within a man made space, etc. using any style of photography or digital art.
Deadline is September 30, 2012; Entry Fee: $20 for up to 5 images. Over $1500 in cash awards and prizes. Some prizes awarded by onOne Software, Topaz Labs and Art & Beyond. Finalist online exhibition starts October 16, 2012 and Best In Competition exhibitions starts November 16, 2012.
Contest Prize & TERMS
COPYRIGHT: All photographers and digital artists retain the copyright to their images they submit. All photographers and digital artists submitting images to EWW guarantee that these works submitted are their works and not the work of another photographer or digital artist. USAGE RIGHTS: Any photographer or digital artist whose image is selected to be placed on EWW’s site and blog, gives EWW the right to use the image for the purpose of display only, as well as, for the 1st place’s electronic media kit, promotional press releases, other promotional pieces and the EWW archives for 12 months.
After the initial 12 month period, photographer(s) or digital artist(s) will have to give written permission in order for EWW to continue the archive of their images. There will be no compensation for the granting of the above listed rights and EWW has no further interest in the photographers’ or digital artists’ images.
All inquiries about purchasing the work will be referred directly to the artist. The images and artist statement/bio of artists who are not selected for awards will be permanently deleted from our submissions library after announcement of results of competition.
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