Head On Mobile Prize 2014 – Call for Submissions

2014-03-05 — posted by at 07:05

This year, mobile photography takes centre stage with the launch of the inaugural Head On Mobile Prize 2014. The Mobile Prize is an open call for quality mobile photography from around the world. The three winners will share in $8,000 in prizes. Finalists will have their work printed and exhibited at the festival.

MPN is happy to be partnering with Head On again, with co-founder Misho Baranovic working with the Head On team on the curation of the show.

Judges this year are Associate Editor for British Journal of Photography Olivier Laurent, award winning New York based photographer Benjamin Lowy, Photo Editor Fairfax Media James Cottam and Head On Photo Festival Director Moshe Rosenzveig.

More information about the Mobile Prize, including submission deadlines and fee can be found on our blog at:


We’re also happy to answer any questions you have about the prize. We look forward to seeing your submissions.

Kind regards,

Misho Baranovic and Oliver Lang
Mobile Photo Network


Great Photography Competition

2012-12-13 — posted by at 13:50

Entries are now open in the fifth annual Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers Awards. The awards, which are presented by Capture magazine, aim to encourage and identify amazing up and coming image-makers and promote them in the early stages of their photographic careers. Entrants to the awards have to be photographers with less than four years’ full-time professional shooting experience.

Get involved a great chance to get some recognition and get your work out there.


Interesting Photo Competition

2012-08-21 — posted by at 15:19

Welcome to ‘TAKE A BOW’ An exciting new prize for performance photography presented by the Ballarat International Foto Biennale in conjunction with Royal South Street Society, Ballarat Regional Tourism, and our sponsors Studio Gallery Eleven40 and Canon

The Prize is in two sections – open and youth. The competition will culminate in a 9 day exhibition of the finalist images at the Ballarat Mechanics Institute from Saturday October 20th to Sunday October 29th 2012

More information, here


The EPSON International Pano Awards 2012

2012-01-19 — posted by at 02:11

Professional and amateur photographers around the world are invited to enter The EPSON

International Pano Awards to compete for over $25,000 in cash and prizes.
Earlybird entries are open from December 2011 until Friday 20th of April 2012.

The third Epson International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography.
Advances in digital photography and software such as PTGui and Adobe Photoshop has
resulted in an explosion in image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. Panoramic film
photography also remains alive and well.

The Epson International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers
worldwide and is the largest and most important competition for panoramic photography.

The 2011 competition saw 3,586 images submitted from 985 photographers in 62 countries.

The 2012 competition is now open for all professional and amateur photographers with an
increased combined prize pool of more than US $25,000 in cash and prizes!

Prizes include an Epson Stylus Pro 7900 printer, an Epson Stylus Pro 4900 printer, an Epson
EB-1775 Ultra-Slim Projector and US$5000 cash.

2011 saw the successful introduction of a new VR/360 category for ‘immersive’ panoramic

The judging panel includes some of the world’s top panoramic photographers and industry
professionals, including members of the IAPP and IVRPA. 



2010-10-06 — posted by at 06:00

Entries are closing soon for The International Aperture Awards, one of the world’s richest online photographic competitions.

Regular entries close 15th October 2010. Visit The International Aperture Awards website for more details.

Or download the application


CCP Salon Winners

2010-08-04 — posted by at 02:39

Congratulations to Marissa Horton, one of our enrichment program students. Marissa won the prize for the best work on an environmental theme. PIC purchased this work from Marissa for our permanent collection last year; it’s hanging on the wall outside of the staff kitchen. Check it out! She won $600 worth of Bond Imaging digital printing services.

Also, an ex-student from PIC, Danielle Hobbs, won the prize for the best inkjet print, which was $1000 worth of Kayell equipment hire. Check it out it’s a beautiful image.

Other winners are listed on the CCP Site.


CCP Kodak Salon Entries Open

2010-05-14 — posted by at 02:48

We encourage you to be part of this exhibition.

There are 16 prize categories and some really cool prizes. We sponsor a prize with Vanbars for a $300 gift voucher.

It’s an open entry competition style exhibition and does involve an entry fee. Entries are due by 2nd July. Many people visit the gallery over the duration of the show so your work will be seen!

Go to the CCP website for more information.



2009-10-14 — posted by at 07:03

Who can enter

The Canson Infinity Masterpiece Award is open to all higher education students from all over Australia, as long as one of their subjects studied in 2009 is related to Photography or Digital Imaging. The entrant can be a full or part time student and the unit can be elective or a major subject. A copy of your enrollment will be requested if you make the final.

What does it cost to enter

Each entrant can enter up to 4 entries, and each entry costs $10.00 to submit.

Buy your entry fee at www.kayellaustralia.com.au/photosite/events, a invoice will be emailed to you to submit with your prints.

Entries will be judged on

  1. Composition
  2. Originality
  3. Impact
  4. Technical Quality

Condition of entry
All entries must be printed on an inkjet coated Canson Infinity product.


Rejuvenation Photography Competition

2009-08-05 — posted by at 05:20


As we say hello to spring, now is the time to grab your camera and take some amazing photos as the region regenerates after winter and the fires.

Finalists’ photos will be exhibited at Mandala Wines (for the Open Category) or the Healesville Sanctuary Platypus enclosure (for the Junior Category) for the first 2 weeks of October.

Download your photographer’s pass and start shooting – you’ll even receive ‘photography specials’. See what’s on in the region – there’s fun for your whole family – at Healesville Sanctuary, Puffing Billy, Melba Festival, Arts Festivals, and even Lake Mountain for the snow. You may need to put aside a weekend – there are specials for accommodation.

Entry photographs must be taken and uploaded between :-15 August and 19 September.


CITY OF MELBOURNE ECOCITY [Photography Competition]

2009-07-06 — posted by at 00:08

The City of Melbourne is calling for entries to their Eco-city photography competition. Entries accepted UNTIL 14 JULY

Photographs should be taken of places, people or things that represent your vision of sustainability.

Prizes will be awarded for each of the categories: Open; High School;Primary School – as well as commendations for a range of different subjects.

Each category winner will receive a printed copy of their photograph in a reclaimed timber frame from Mulberry Gallery plus a $100 voucher from Todae, a leading online eco-store.

There will also be commendations for the following subjects:

  • biodiversity
  • sustainable water use
  • sustainable business
  • sustainable design (buildings, urban landscape, water sensitive urban design)
  • sustainable living/sustainable people
  • sustainable transport (excluding entries to previous City of Melbourne photography competition)

The awarded images will be printed by All About Graphics (www.allaboutgraphics.com.au ) who specialise in a niche area of the finest qualilty art, photograhic and presentation prints.

The images will then be exhibited at pigmentGALLERY (www.pigmentgallery.com.au ) on level 2 of the iconic Nicholas Building in the heart of Melbourne in 22 July – 1 August.

The Nicholas Building is a destination for those interested in fashion,design and the arts. Pigment Gallery adds to the mix of gallery spaces in the Flinders Lane art precinct and wider City of Melbourne arts offerings.

Cycling related entries will also be considered for the 2009 Bike Account. To see the 2008 Bike Account for information on last year’s account.

For more information about competition themes, terms and conditions and to download an entry form visit the City of Melbourne website, (http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/info.cfm?top=218&pa=4017&pg=4428 ).

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