CR Photography Annual 2014 – deadline approaching

There is now just a few days left to complete your entry for the Creative Review Photography Annual 2014, with the chance to showcase your best photographic work from the last year and benefit from more exposure than ever before.

There is now just a few days left to complete your entry for the Creative Review Photography Annual 2014, with the chance to showcase your best photographic work from the last year and benefit from more exposure than ever before.

  • Showcase your work in front of the judges, guaranteed to be leading names in the industry.
  • Have your work featured in the CR Photography Annual, published as a special double issue in December in print, for iPad and online, and receive a free print copy.
  • Attend the exclusive Photography Annual launch party, where the Best in Book work will be displayed in vibrant surroundings.

So submit your best work from the past year before midnight on Monday 18th August and ensure you are in the running to appear in the CR Photography Annual 2014.

Over the past decade, the CR Photography Annual has showcased the top work work from the world of commercial photography. In particular, it has provided photographers with a brilliant way to get their personal projects in front of our audience of art directors, designers and creative directors. It’s no accident that our most popular category has always been Personal/Non-published.

This year we are shaking things up. This year we are introducing categories to celebrate not just the photographers themselves, but also the art directors and commissioners of photography, including ad agencies, magazines, publishers, stock libraries and fashion brands, with the winning work shown in context of their layouts, pages, covers, and so on.

We are also introducing a category to celebrate the best images commissioned by image libraries to help set standards in this important creative sector.

Details of all the categories here.

 

Don’t miss out, enter today!

 

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