A major international photography competition - focused on recognising the incredible talents of amateur and non-professional photographers across the globe - is now under way.
Last year's competition saw entries flood in from all corners of the globe. This included entries from the USA, Australia, the UK, Norway, Kenya, South Africa, Ireland, Slovenia, Kuwait, France, Denmark, Brazil, India, Turkey, Malaysia, Armenia and many, many more.
$5,300 USD can be won through Proify. First prize receives $3,000, second prize $1,000, third prize $500. There are eight separate categories people can enter: landscape photography; street photography; portrait photography; after dark photography; wedding photography, panoramic, retro and HDR (high-dynamic-range imaging photography).
All work will be judged by an international panel comprised of high profile photographers. Each entry is given a mark out of 100 and every entry scoring 70 or above receives a Proify Merit Award. All winners and high scoring entrants are featured on the Proify website for a minimum of 12 months. In just the past 30 days, there have been 30,000 page views on the website.
Anybody who earns less than 20,000 USD per year as a photographer is welcome to enter the contest. Minors may also enter, as long as they have permission from a parent or guardian to do so.
To learn more about the Proify International Photo Awards, budding photographers are welcome to visit the competition's website; there, they can read more about entry categories and rules, as well as enter the contest. http://www.proify.com
The Proify Photography Awards
The Proify Photography Awards is an annual photography competition dedicated to emerging photographers from all over the world. With over $5,000 cash, prizes and awards this prestigious event provides a unique opportunity to earn credibility, funding and global exposure.
In addition to cash prizes, entrants with high scoring submissions are eligible to receive Certificates along with Bronze, Silver & Gold Merit awards to further promote themselves and gain respect as an ‘up and coming’ photographer.
You've got to be in it, to win it.