The New York Photo Award, Deadline extended to May 2!
Submit to the New York Photo Awards 2011!
The New York Photo Awards for emerging photographers from all over the world, is accepting submissions until May 2, 2011 at 6pm at: www.NewYorkPhotoAwards.com.
The New York Photo Awards have been invited to stage an exhibition at the Photographic Center Peri in the city of Turku, Finland, to celebrate the city’s status as the 2011 European Capital of Culture.
The work of the 2011 New York Photo Awards Winners and Honorable Mention recipients will be showcased in a summer-long exhibition at the Photographic Centre Peri, opening on June 7.
In addition, all winners will:
- Receive state of the art RICOH cameras and lenses
- Have their work published in the New York Photo Awards 2011 Annual
- Featured in an exclusive multimedia exhibition at the POWERHOUSE ARENA opening at this year’s New York
* And! One overall winner will be awarded the $5,000 Jury’s Choice Grand Prize, presented by Persol *
Extended Submission Deadline: May 2 @ 6pm!
The 2011 edition of The New York Photo Awards features twelve category winners – including best fine art single, fine art series, documentary single, documentary series, advertising single, advertising series and photo book – one of whom will be selected for the Jury’s Choice Prize, a $5,000 cash prize for best overall picture or series, presented by Persol.
The winner of this year’s Jury’s Choice Prize will be announced on Friday, May 13, 2011 @ the New York Photo Awards 2011 Photo Bash
General Category winners will receive a camera kit that includes the GXR camera body, combined with the RICOH S10 lens (24-72 mm, F2.5-4.4 VC), featuring a high-performance 3x wide-angle zoom
Student Category winners will be awarded the high-image-quality compact GR DIGITAL III camera.
The New York Photo Awards provide a unique platform for visual artists to reach decision makers in the worlds of editorial, fine art, and commercial photography. Initiated in 2008, the awards were an immediate success, and submissions have climbed each year, both in breadth of material as well as in source of work submitted. Last year 17,000 images were submitted by professional and budding photographers from more than 90 countries.