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. 



2011-09-21 — posted by at 04:55

You are invited to participate in Head On Photo Festival 2012

Please contact Head On now to receive an application form if you:

  • Are a photographer/photo-artist of any genre wanting to exhibit (group or solo) during the festival
  • Have scheduled a show and would like to be promoted through Head On Photo Festival
  • Have a photo media event you would like to run in conjunction with the festival

Photo Competition

2011-06-08 — posted by at 01:25

It’s run by the Australian Museum and they’re after photos of invertebrates (spineless creatures). Prize money is $600 worth of photographic equipment. We’ve got an extension tube you can borrow for macro digital photos to get close. And a complete analog set of macro photographic equipment for the Pentax k100’s here at school.

Go to: http://www.australianmuseum.net.au/Up-Close-Spineless-Competition-How-to-enter.