WPJA Q3 2010 CONTEST RESULTS
The Wedding Photojournalist Association is pleased to announce the results of the Third Quarter 2010 Photography Competition. From 13,686 entries only 240 finalists were selected in twelve categories. Click below to view the contest results, read about the judges, and see photography that is surprising, amusing, touching and revealing. This is wedding photojournalism at its best:
Every year WPJA hosts the largest wedding photography competitions in the world judged by panels of award-winning photojournalists and designers. Competitions, which are held quarterly and open only to WPJA members, are part of the association’s commitment to upholding the highest standards in wedding photojournalism. Membership in WPJA requires rigorous standards in technical skill, aesthetics and best business practices. WPJA congratulates all the winners—a select group among the best of the best in wedding photojournalism.
First, second and third place winners receive gold medallions, while blue medallions are awarded to 4th through 10th place winners. All medallion winners can access award banners for their sites and blogs on the following page:
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