Photographers now have the 'late registration window' from June 23 until July 7, 2016, to enter their images
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 14, 2016
Professional Photographers of America (PPA) has extended the deadline for submissions to the International Photographic Competition (IPC) to give more photographers the opportunity to enter. Photographers now have the “late registration window” from June 23 until July 7, 2016, to enter their images, with an additional late fee for processing.
The IPC challenges photographers to grow their artistic and technical photography skills by creatively capturing and presenting their best images, and by doing so, improving their businesses. The competition is open to all, but also gives PPA photographers the opportunity to earn merits toward photography degrees.
To enter, photographers submit prints, electronic files and physical and/or digital albums to be judged by a panel of qualified photographic experts. Competitors must designate the category under which each image is being submitted. The four categories include: portrait, illustrative and album (event and non-event).
Images that earn merits will move on to a second round of judging, which could possibly earn an additional merit and a place in the prestigious Loan Collection. These images are compiled into a book, published by Marathon Press, and will be showcased in a special exhibit at Imaging USA 2017 in San Antonio, TX.
Those who don't earn merits don't have to leave empty-handed; critiques from IPC judges will be available upon request as a way to help participants find areas of improvement and prepare for future photo competitions.
Competitors must submit their images by midnight, July 7, 2016. Physical print entry cases must be received within seven days of the entry deadline. The judging will be streamed live August 1 to 4, 2016. Bookmark the page now at http://www.Stream.theIPC.org.
For more information on submission criteria and rules and how to enter visit PPA.com/IPC.
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