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International Documentary Photo Awards

International Documentary Photo Awards in Korea $10,000 first place for pros, student section also, come one, come all.

Details at http://koreadocu.org/idpa/eng/

by Nayan Sthankiya at 2005-06-10 04:49:30 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) Seoul , Korea (South) | Bookmark | | Report spam→

31 Oct 2005 00:10
Uao!
We don’t have such a Photocompetition here in Italy and I do not understand why!!!Or maybe yes…but this is another story
I suggest all the lightstalkers to join and take part!!
Good luck!

Alessandra Lighstalkers from Rome

p.s. Nayan do you remember my trouble with Nikon/Canon….I did it… I switched to Canon about 2 months ago, crazy to tell, but middle of my coverage of John Paul II’s dead and the new Pope’s election….!!!Have to admit in the beginning I felt like a “betrayer” and moreover I had some problems….as you probably know all the fuctions of the camera are the opposite from Nikon….but now I’m feeling very happy and I’m starting to “feel the cameras”.Best Alessandra

by Alessandra Benedetti | 10 Jun 2005 05:06 | Rome, Italy | | Report spam→
Hi
thanks for info about korean competition
maybe you’re gonna be intrested in japanese one, check it
it’s not only documentary photo contest
http://www.miophoto.jp/
cheers
rafal

by Rafal Milach | 10 Jun 2005 08:06 | Warsaw, Poland | | Report spam→
Can anyone indicate how to find information in anything but Japanese?

by David Gross | 02 Aug 2005 03:08 | Istanbul, Turkey | | Report spam→

Even in Japanese, they don’t say much but "contact us info@miophoto.jp for query on Mio Photo Award" I guess you just have to write them… 

 



by [former member] | 02 Aug 2005 07:08 | tokyo, Japan | | Report spam→
I would love to apply for the award


by JB Calvert | 07 Aug 2005 06:08 | Louisville, United States | | Report spam→
I cant speak for the Japanese competition, as I er…can’t read Japansese – but I did notice the website had a link to the ‘MIO Photo Award Library’….and the Korean competiton stated…"Winning photographs become a part of the permanent IDPAK collection."

It would be interesting to know how much picture usage the people running the competitions get from people entering. Are they using the picutres entered to develop a commercial picture library?

There is a recent but growing trend for photo-competitions being used to collate photo-libraries by stealth – in the UK, the BBC, National Trust and the ‘Red Bull’ drinks company have used competitions to accrue image libraries without compenasting the photographers.

A recent photo-comp by the NGO Medicins Del Mundo was advertised on LS, but it was a photo-library trawling scam.

I would caution any LS member to read the Terms and Condidions of photo-competitions very carefully before entering. The competition terms could have severe implications for the ownership of your images and your ability to use them.



by [former member] | 07 Aug 2005 09:08 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Thanks for the info- I’ve heard of that kind of thing happening before.  I really wish there was a marketing program that catered to photographers…  Its easy to lose good work that way

Ciao!


by JB Calvert | 07 Aug 2005 09:08 | Louisville, United States | | Report spam→

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Participants

Nayan Sthankiya, Visual Journalist Nayan Sthankiya
Visual Journalist
Saskatoon , Canada
Alessandra Benedetti, Photographer Alessandra Benedetti
Photographer
(QUO VADIS )
Rome , Italy
Rafal Milach, Photographer Rafal Milach
Photographer
Warsaw , Poland
David Gross, Photographer David Gross
Photographer
Los Gatos , United States ( SJO )
JB Calvert, Photographer JB Calvert
Photographer
Louisville , United States


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