|Category||Other Competition / Open to Students|
|Type||International, Award, Open, Single-Stage , Onymous|
|RegDeadline||31 August 2012 GoogleCal iCal|
|31 August 2012 (via Online)|
|Eligibility||Over 16 years of age|
The Urban Photographer of the Year will be the person who, in the eyes of the judges, has best captured the brief to portray the life of a town or city at a given time of day. Whilst the photograph does not necessarily have to be taken at that specific time of day, it does need to look as though it was.
The competition welcomes all photographers, both professional and amateur.
You can choose to photograph any town or city at work worldwide. For example, a photograph could capture London at 4am, Lisbon at 2pm, Dubai at 9pm and so on. You can enter a photograph for each hour of the day, giving you a maximum of 24 photographs. Please note that you can only submit one photograph for each hour of the day.
Martin Grahame-Dunn (Photographer and Fine Artist)
Mike Strong (Chairman & CEO - EMEA)
Moray Maclennan (Worldwide CEO, M&C Saatchi)
Ana Filipa Scarpa (Published Photographer)
Derek Poulston (Sales Director, One Vision Imaging)
Nathanaël Fournier (Urban Photographer Of The Year, Hourly winner 2009 and 2010)
Sean Conboy (Professional Photographer)
Victor De Melo (Urban Photographer Of The Year 2010)
Jordi Cohen (Published Photographer)
First Prize: Photo Safari Holiday
Second Prize: Lastolite Lumen8 SV
Third Prize: Blue Dot Display Stand
JPEG images (not exceed 4mb)
Winners announcement: September 2012