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Prizes: 2012 Super-Judged Contests- PhoozL

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Prizes: 2012 Super-Judged Contests

(Click here for the 2013 Super-Judged Contest Prizes)

The following three prize categories for the 2012 Super-Judged Photo Contests were available for each unique/specific Super-Judged Contest (listed with the Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”) of each:

 



Grand Prize (First Place)
The Grand Prize consists of a very special, personal 1:1 communication with the named judge (Joel Meyerowitz for Contest #1, Daniel J. Cox for Contest #2, Margo Taussig Pinkerton #3, Albert Watson #4) about the Winner’s entries or body of photographic work! This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Date, time, and method of communication to be determined between Winner and Judge. Plus a custom icon for posting on sites, blogs, etc.
(ARV: $0 – priceless!)

 



 

Second-Place Prize
Second-Place Prize consists of a Course Technology PTR free book Certificate or Voucher. The prize Winner is free to choose ANY single book in the Digital Photography & Video category on their website here:
Plus a custom icon for posting on sites, blogs, etc.
(ARV: up to $44.99)

Course Technology PTR creates books focused on cutting-edge topics such as digital photography, music technology, game development, animation, graphic design, and digital video. They work very closely with technology companies to ensure that all of their books have the highest level of technical accuracy. As technology continues to evolve, Course Technology PTR is dedicated to producing high-quality books that provide their customers with the solutions they need.

 



 

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Third-Place Prize
Third-Place Prize consists of a one-year gift subscription (4 issues) to APERTURE magazine. Plus a custom icon for posting on sites, blogs, etc.
(ARV: $40USD in U.S. or $70USD Foreign)

Aperture is a non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting photography in all its forms. It was founded in 1952 by photographers Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, and Minor White; historian Beaumont Newhall; and writer/curator Nancy Newhall; as well as Melton Ferris, Ernest Louie, and Dody Warren. With scant resources, these visionary artists created a new quarterly periodical, Aperture, to serve photographers and photography enthusiasts worldwide. Aperture has maintained the founders’ spirit throughout its history in terms of its editorial freedom, its experiential nature, and the confluence of disparate sensibilities and approaches that may converge in any given issue of the magazine. The aim is to foster both the development and the appreciation of the medium and its practitioners.

 

Other prizes may be awarded at the sole discretion of PhoozL. Who knows?!

 


(Prize Restrictions: Prizes are only available to Winners where such prizes are allowed or in compliance with national, regional, or local laws.
 No substitution, exchange or transfer of prize by Winner. PhoozL reserves the right to substitute any prize for one of equal or greater value. Each prize Winner is solely responsible for any and all taxes and fees associated with prize receipt and/or use.
)

 

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