Q1 2011 PHOTO CONTEST NOW OPEN FOR YOUR SUBMISSIONS
The WPJA Q1 2011 contest deadline is Friday, April 29th, 2011 at 9:00pm EST. Images submitted for the Contest must have been created between January 1, 2011 and April 29, 2011. No images may be submitted from previous years. Please ensure you've read the contest rules (requires login) before submitting any images.
Getting Ready, Ceremony, Reception, Kids, Details (Found), Emotion, and Creative Portrait Full contest category descriptions.
ENTERING THE CONTEST
To enter the contest simply log in to the WPJA member section, click on the Enter Contest option and fill in the online upload photo form.
PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR (POY) 2011
REMINDER: The WPJA proudly recognizes the Photographer of the Year (POY), that member holding the most contest points (except those awarded from categories designated for portraits and/or details) at the end of the year.
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