Hey there, photographer

 

Want to win prizes, acclaim, and get your work out there to the 20,000 readers of the Anchorage Press? Now’s your shot!

We are seeking submissions for our annual Black and White Photo contest! Black and white photos will be juried in the categories of People, Places and Things.

People • Places • Things

To enter, submit a digital copy of your image(s) at the Anchorage Press office. Include your name, phone number, address and email address. You may enter as many times as you like. Photos should be taken in the state of Alaska. Please include “B&W Photo Contest” in the subject line.

$5 per entry (all entry fees will be awarded as cash prizes, sorry, we can’t accept personal checks).

Deliver or send an envelope containing photographs and entrance fees to: B&W Photo Contest, Anchorage Press, 540 E. 5th Ave., Anchorage, AK, 99501. (Entry will not be considered complete until we receive the entrance fee)

Winning photographers will be asked to provide a mounted print of at least 8 inches in one direction, for display at a January First Friday exhibit at Indigo Tea Lounge in downtown Anchorage. Winning entries will also be printed in the Jan. 3, 2013, edition of the Anchorage Press.

DEADLINE: December 13, 5 p.m. 

NEW THIS YEAR: Is the smartphone mightier than the SLR? Prove it by entering your best shot in the first-ever Cell Phone Photo Contest! Email a couple of your best shots to contest@anchoragepress.com—entrance is free but there’s a limit of 2 photos per entrant. Judging will be by popular vote. Deadline: Dec. 13, 5 p.m.

 

Daniella Cortez

About Daniella Cortez

Entertainment editor and your gal about town. Doing my best to bring you the highs and lows of Anchorage's arts and entertainment scene.

One thought on “Hey there, photographer

  1. A.Chidambaram
    December 13, 2012 at 9:13 am

    I submitted a CD containing 7 images along with the entry fees. I am not sure if a “cover letter” folder was included in the CD regarding my interpretation of the people, places, things categories since I did not mark each entry specifically with the category identifier.
    Bird images were included in Things (living things), while the Places and Things (non-living) were self explanatory.
    Thanks.
    Abi

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