Extraordinary Exposures 2010 Photography Contest, $1000 Grand Prize to be Awarded - Presented by Aperture Academy Fine Art Photo Gallery and Digital Photography Instruction
Aperture Academy in Campbell, CA, offers outdoor workshops, in studio instruction, Photoshop and digital darkroom classes and now they are hosting-sponsoring an annual photography contest with four prize levels and great sponsor gifts.
CAMPBELL, CA--APRIL 23, 2010--Aperture Academy founder and master photographer, Stephen Oachs, announced Aperture Academy's first annual photography competition, Extraordinary Exposures 2010. There are three theme categories for entry: Natural Landscapes, Wildlife, and Urban Landscapes.
Submissions are being accepted until midnight on November 30, 2010, with the judging and prize award winners to be announced December 15, 2010. Grand prize is $1,000 cash, awarded by Aperture Academy, along with prizes by ThinkTank, BayPhoto.com, LowePro and Red River Paper. Along with the grand prize, there will also be cash and product awards for first, second and third places.
The contest rules, submission form and list of prizes and sponsors can be found at Aperture Academy's website, ApertureAcademy.com. Along with the contest, their website also offers a Photo of the Day gallery, articles to help improve your photography skills, free online photo galleries, classes, workshops and a virtual tour of the Campbell, CA gallery.
To learn more about Extraordinary Exposures 2010 Contest, and submit your entries, go online to www.apertureacademy.com/photography-contest-2010.php. For more about Aperture Academy, see course schedules, or to inquire about reserving the gallery for your function, visit http://www.ApertureAcademy.com or call 408-369-8585.
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:: About Stephen W. Oachs ::
His work has graced the pages of many notable worldwide publications, including National Geographic, Popular Photography, Outdoor Photographer, National Wildlife Magazine, among others. Stephen and his work have been profiled locally in Gentry Magazine, and The Mercury News, and he has made numerous appearances as a guest lecturer.