The AOP Photographers Awards is the most prestigious and highly respected competition for professional photographers worldwide. Being selected for the Book and Exhibition is one of the greatest accolades available to professional photographers and offers major exposure to art buyers and the creative industry as a whole. In addition all selected entrants will have an extensive presence on the Awards website.
The 2012 Call for Entries opened on Monday 19th March. For the first two weeks, there will be Early Bird prices. After 6pm Friday 30th March, regular prices will apply. The FINAL DEADLINE is 6pm Friday 27th April.
Not a member of the AOP? Click here to read more about how to become a member. You can apply for membership up until 6th April and still have time to enter the Photographers Awards.
Alternatively, take a look at the AOP Open, as this competition is open to both AOP members and non-members.
Commissioned – Work created as a result of an external brief.
Non-commissioned – Work created by the photographer of his or her own volition.
(NB. This year all categories, apart from Commissioned Documentary, will accept entries using CGI and Post-Production. All images chosen for the exhibition/book must credit any relevant collaborators who have been creatively involved in the production of the imagery, retouchers, stylists, set builders etc)
(Single & series judged separately. Series of between 3-4 images, apart from Documentary and Moving Image.
NB. Identification of the commissioner will be required for all successful entries in these categories. No final copy is allowed on imagery within these categories.).
Advertising - Design - Editorial - Documentary - Moving Image
(Single & series judged separately. Series between 3-4 images, apart from Project and Moving Image.)
Portrait - Life - Environment - Object - Moving Image - Project
Early Bird Entry
For further information please visit the competition website.
Competitions which meet all the standards set out in the Bill of Rights For Artists do not do any of the following -
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