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2020 International Student Competition

an online photo contest for high school and middle school students

Texas Photographic Society   /   Deadline: 11/20/20

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In partnership with the Association of Texas Photography Instructors (ATPI), TPS is thrilled to offer the 2020 TPS International Student Competition for current high school and middle school students as well as 2020 high school graduates.

The categories are People & Portraits / Travel & Place / Athletic & Sports

All skill levels are encouraged, and all photographic-based work is welcome including digital, darkroom and alternative processes.

Fees

$1 per image

Eligibility

The 2020 TPS International Student Competition is open to all current high school and middle school students as well as 2020 high school graduates. Images selected previously for a TPS competition are not eligible.

Requirements

All images and payments must be submitted through ATPI's contest entry site. For details regarding submission guidelines, please visit ATPI's submission guidelines page. Teachers are responsible for registering on the site and then adding student accounts so that the students can upload their entries.

Awards

Awards include Best of Show overall, as well as First Place, Second Place, Third Place and Honorable Mentions for each category. A one year complimentary TPS student membership will be awarded to First, Second and Third Place winners. All students selected for the show will receive TPS Award Certificates.

Evaluation Criteria

A panel of judges made up of TPS board members will select the winners and show participants.

Contact Information

Susan Edgley
PO Box 3082
Coppell,

W: https://texasphoto.org/2020internationalstudentcompetition
E: susan@texasphoto.org

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