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‘Chasing The Light’ Photo Competition is Not Your Ordinary Contest

October 26, 2011 Photography Events 1 Comment

Written by: Charlie Borland

We all know about photo competitions. It seems there is one everywhere run by everybody. You pay your fee and maybe your image is chosen and the world can view it.

But Chasing the Light is a bit different. It is like others, a juried competition, but here they actually market the event to art directors and photo buyers.

The winners of the competition have their images marketed and photographers are making sales! Sales include National Geographic, Sierra Club Calendars, and publishers.

Here is a competition worth checking out. Their next competition is titled: Water, Water, Everywhere followed by Autumn-Transition to Color.

Do you have any experience with this competition? Please leave a comment.

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