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The Competitive Edge


Nowadays, there appears to be a different photo competition for every day of the year, but do they help or hinder? Ross considers the pros and cons.

The popularity of photography today is off the scale, and so it is no great surprise that there are now photography competitions popping up everywhere. There is now a ‘Photographer of the Year’ for almost every different genre, from astrophotography to drone photography. You also now have a number of photography dedicated sites, such as Photocrowd and ViewBug, where communities share and judge images for prizes and awards. Most photography magazines also run their own contests, and as you should already know, f11 Magazine hosts its very own annual competition for its members. 

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