Photography Annual 2012: Entry deadline extended

The deadline for this year’s Photography Annual has now been extended, so you have until Friday 3rd August to submit your entries.

The deadline for this year’s Photography Annual in association with Shutterstock has now been extended, so you have until Friday 3rd August to submit your entries.

All work selected to be included will be published in a special November double issue, with the Best in Book winners included in Hi Res on the CR iPad app.

This year’s judges include Sarah Kavanagh, head of artistic direction at The Brooklyn Brothers, who will be judging the Advertising/Conceptual category; Matt Willey, co-founder of Studio8 Design and Port Magazine, judging the Design/Editorial category; and Becky Smith, art director at AKQA and founder of Twin magazine, who will be judging the Personal/Non Published category.

In addition to these, there’s the Moving Image category, for moving image pieces by photographers (no film directors please) that were either shot as part of a wider project involving both still and moving image, or were standalone pieces.

A selection of winners from last year’s Photography Annual can be seen on our Pinterest board, and you can find out more information about how to enter, and the various entry categories here.

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