CR Photography Annual 2010

Entries are now being accepted for the Creative Review Photography Annual 2010, our showcase of the best commercial photography of the past year

Entries are now being accepted for the Creative Review Photography Annual 2010, our showcase of the best commercial photography of the past year

To enter the Photography Annual, please go to our website here

As ever, our categories are Personal/Non-Published (which is always the most popular); Design; Editorial; Advertising and Conceptual (which is for work shot for photolibraries).

This year’s judges are:

Personal/Non-published and Design: Maurice Van De Ven, creative director, The Chase

Editorial: Claudia Donaldson, commissioning editor, nowness.com

Advertising and Conceptual: Choi Liu, art buyer, M&C Saatchi

Selected work will be published in the October issue of CR.

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