Better Photography Magazine Photo of the Year 2021
Better Photography Magazine’s Photo of the Year 2021 is a competition with a difference because every entrant gets a score and a judge’s comment. The Photo of the Year offers four category prizes of AUS $750 (landscape, portraiture, travel and nature) and one overall prize of AUS $2000, making a total prize pool of AUS $5000. Entry is just AUS $20 (around US $15) per photograph, with every fifth entry free if you enter prior to 24 July 2021.
Entries close on 31 July 2021 and the results will be announced on 30 September 2021. The winning images will also be published in Better Photography Magazine.
Entries are now open to enthusiast photographers worldwide.
First prize AUS $2000
Four category prizes of AUS $750 each.
Enthusiasts, world wide.
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
The Organiser acknowledges that You, the Entrant, retain full ownership of the copyright in each Entry.
All Entrants agree that any Entry submitted to the competition may be used by the Organiser, and its Event Partners for the purposes of judging the Competition, and marketing and promotional purposes of the Competition.
Winning entries will be used as follows and only with respect to promoting the competition.
displaying the winning entries at public exhibitions promoting the Awards;
inclusion within the Organiser's and Event partners' websites and magazines, an awards book, magazine or similar (in both paper and digital media);
inclusion in future publications and websites promoting the Awards, such as a 10-year anniversary compendium of past winners;
inclusion within any material promoting the Awards;
sub-licensing winning Entries to the press and websites for reproduction in connection with the Competition and any exhibition;
allowing viewers of the Awards website to view images on a computer screen, PDA or mobile telephone and store such pages in electronic form on disk or on a PDA or mobile telephone for their personal, non-commercial use only.
Non-winning entries may be used solely to promote the competition for a period not to exceed 3 years from the close of the competition.
The Organiser wishes to promote the Awards with the winners' images, but we don't want to prevent our winners from benefiting commercially from sales of their own work. A small number of entrants may need to be able to license their work exclusively at some point in the future and the Organizer commits to providing a release in such circumstances upon being contacted.