We recently posted the results of the 2013 Teen Photo International Photography Contest. Our judges, Miriam Leuchter from PopPhoto and Vaughn Wallace from TIME Lightbox, were kind enough to take a bit of time outside of their hectic schedules to answer a few questions about their journeys in the photography world.
The results of the 2013 2nd Annual Teen Photo International Photography Contest are in! We received hundreds of submissions from over 16 different countries across the globe. Teens and young adults aged 16 through 22 submitted photographs in two separate divisions. Our judges, Miriam Leuchter from Pop Photo and Vaughn Wallace from TIME Magazine’s Lightbox evaluated entries and chose two honorable mentions, a third place, second place, and first place entry from each division. One overall grand prize was awarded.
Our sponsors included National Geographic Student Expeditions, Custom SLR, Peak Design, Mindshift Gear, Digital Photo Academy, Trigger Happy, and Adobe. All proceeds benefitted the Josephine Herrick Project previously known as Rehabilitation through Photography.
Here are the results:
The 2nd Annual Teen Photo International Photography contest is a photo contest hosted by TeenagePhotographer.com, a website for young photographers. This year’s sponsors include National Geographic Student Expeditions, Custom SLR, Peak Design, and Mindshift Gear. Proceeds from this event will benefit Rehabilitation through Photography, a charity that hopes to advance the needs of the disadvantaged through the power of photography.
Congratulations to all participants and entrants in this year’s 1st Annual Teen Photo Photography Contest Sponsored by Adobe.
Today is the last day for entries in the 1st Annual Teen Photo Photography contest.
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Winner should be announced in about 10-14 days after deadline. The contest will close at midnight on Jan 15 (today), U.S. Central Time. Be sure to have all your entries uploaded by then.