CR Photography Annual 2014 final deadline – Thu 18 Sept

We’re announcing one final week to submit entries into the CR Photography Annual 2014. It’s the very last chance to enter your work! You have until Thursday 18th September to enter your work, with the chance to showcase your best photographic work from the last year and benefit from more exposure than ever before.

We’re announcing one final week to submit entries into the CR Photography Annual 2014. It’s the very last chance to enter your work! You have until Thursday 18th September to enter your work, with the chance to showcase your best photographic work from the last year and benefit from more exposure than ever before.

 

The entry showcase is now live! It’s not too late to join them and present your work online, which will then be promoted to a vast creative community across www.creativereview.co.uk (of 200,000) and our social media channels (of over 1 million people).

A gallery showcase will also be taking place for the first time, from 12th-13th November, with a selection of work chosen to be displayed in front of over 4000 marketing and creative professionals at the Festival of Marketing 2014.

Plus, the beautiful CR Photography annual double issue will be out in December, in print and for iPad, showcasing your work in front of a core audience of creative studios and art directors.

Entry only costs £60 and will position you as a creative leader in your field so submit your best work from the past year before midnight on Thursday 18th September and ensure you are in the running to appear in the CR Photography Annual 2014.

Don’t forget, 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.

We are also pleased to announced this year’s judges who include: Jessica Crombie, head of visual creative at Save the Children; Sarah Douglas, creative director at Wallpaper*; Gemma Fletcher, senior art director at Getty Images; Sarah Thomson, head of art production at Fallon London; Daniel Moorey, head of print at Adam&EveDDB; and Alan Wilson Senior Art Director and AMV.BBDO

Email here for an specific queries regarding the Photography Annual 2014.

 

Don’t miss out, enter today!

 

 

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