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All Moblog's photography competitions will be posted here.

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Entering any is really easy, all you have to do is tag your image with the relevant one word tag.

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Kicking Off A Photo Competition

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Time for some fun! To enter, simply post your entry to your own Moblog and tag the post with "strangebeauty" all as one word. The theme for you to interpret is:

"Finding Beauty in Strange Places"



"Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing." Camille Pisarro

Posted by jc1000000

13th May 2014, 02:06   | tags:comments (9)

Are you a budding photographer? Win free training and online exposure!

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Whether you’re an aspiring photographer or have a photographer who works for your business, enter Silicon Beach Training’s photography competition to win a free training course.

Image CREDIT: Heather Buckley

Check out the full details to see if you want to enter. The theme is MY HOME TOWN and you can win all kinds of different online skills training for your careers, like photoshop courses etc.

Posted by jc1000000

16th Mar 2010, 18:09   comments (1)

Done!

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26th Feb 2010, 07:53   comments (10)

This week's challenge on Gizmodo

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21st Nov 2009, 03:08   comments (1)

Earth Day

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Dear Global Photographers,

Earth Day Network www.earthday.net is seeking your help to
create an official poster for the 40th anniversary of Earth Day,
an event that will reach over 1 billion people in more than
180 countries.

In 1970, Earth Day brought 20 million people into the streets in
a protest against industrial pollution and the impacts
that unfettered industrialization had on our children and society.
That effort launched of the modern environmental movement,
a movement predicated on the health and well being of people
and the sustainability of our incredible but fragile earth.
Now Earth Day is the largest secular event in the world,
bringing people of all ages into the environmental movement
and supporting their involvement over a lifetime.

One of the most important images of the 1970s was
Robert Rauschenberg's arresting and now classic photographic montage
that he donated to Earth Day Network. It painted a truly honest
portrait of western industrial development, telling a story of
endangered species, dying landscapes, and children at risk.
But most important, this poster helped stir
people into action and it is now viewed as one of the reasons
that the U.S. government immediately passed the world's
most comprehensive Water, Air, Endangered Species,
and Rights of Citizens' laws.

The interceding decades have not been kind to our world and
now we face a truly cataclysmic event-global warming.
Our 40th anniversary campaign seeks to mobilize broad public
support for a global agreement on climate and for large-scale
investments in renewable energy, climate change mitigation
for the poorest nations,and a transition to a new green economy.
With a comprehensive deal in Copenhagen almost certainly
unattainable at this time, Earth Day's 40th anniversary poster
will bring a message to people worldwide that a billion people
working together through individual actions as well as civic
engagement will convince governments and industry to invest
in our future.

We seek to build even broader and deeper public support for a strong
global effort, to generate at least one billion acts of service through
our Billion Acts of GreenT campaign, and to create broad public enthusiasm
for a new global green economy.

We are asking photographers around the world to submit photographs that
tell a story of a world that can be,not the world as it looks today.
Our campaign is partly aspiration, and the poster should
inspire people to join a bold new Green GenerationT and to take action.
If your image is selected, your work will be distributed throughout
the world-through our extremely active website, through paid
and earned media in 180 countries, and displays at our large scale
events on the National Mall, and our other major event locations.
The rights with respect to the winning photograph will be negotiated
with the artist
Non winning entries will not be used in any way unless agreed
with the photographer.

Deadline for your work is Monday, November 30th, 2009.

We welcome your submission to mailto:earthdayimage@earthday.net
We are also available to speak to you about the campaign by email.
Please contact Nate Byer at byer@earthday.net or
Lisa Swann at Swann@earthday.net for more information.

Best,

Kathleen Rogers
President

Posted by Dhamaka

18th Nov 2009, 14:35   comments (0)

Joby Photography contest

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http://joby.com/pro/contest/

Joby are giving away the entire Gorillapod range to the lucky winner of this photography competition.

(found this on http://www.photographyblog.com)

Posted by beth

29th Oct 2009, 15:33   comments (1)

Win a Trip to New York with Professional Photographer

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The Professional Photographer website (http://www.professionalphotographer.co.uk/Competitions/Win-Stuff/Professional-Photographer-of-The-Year-Awards-2009) has a number of competitions on at the moment including this one which might be worth a gander.

Posted by beth

29th Oct 2009, 15:03   comments (0)

Lomography Competition in conjunction with lomography.com and itsnicethat.com

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Moblog has always had a soft spot for lomo photography and we're not the only ones.

This week sees itsnicethat.com launch a weekly Lomography competition in conjunction with lomography.com

For your chance of winning a camera and itsnicethat goodies check it out!

Posted by beth

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