'One Eyeland Awards' Announces Call for Entries for 2013

'One Eyeland Awards' Announces Call for Entries for 2013

The world's largest photography awards - One Eyeland Awards - has just issued the call for entries for 2013. A high voltage jury comprising world-renowned lensmen like Howard Schatz (USA), Marcus Hausser (Brazil), Philip Rostron (Canada), Andreas Bommert (Australia) and Sharad Haksar (India), will chair the awards.

Awarded to the most creative Professional, Amateur and Student Photographers, One Eyeland Awards is the perhaps the only show of its kind to also crown the Art Director of the Year, Art Buyer of the Year, Photo Rep of the Year, Ad Agency of the Year, CGI Artist/Company of the Year and Photography School/University of the Year.

Winners will be bestowed a Gold Camera, Silver Camera or a Bronze Camera. The other worthies will receive the Gold, Silver, Bronze and Finalist Certificates.

In 2012, a total of 42 Golds, 98 Silvers, 149 Bronzes and 148 finalists were awarded in categories ranging from Advertising, Architecture, Book, Editorial, Fine Arts, Nature, People, to Special Photographer of the Year. ( 2012 Winning Images )

The deadline for submission of entries is 15 December 2013. For more details, visit http://www.oneeyeland.com/awards .

About One Eyeland
One Eyeland is a community of the finest creative photographers on the planet with over 43,700 members. It has emerged as the most sought after virtual gallery showcasing a bewitching collection of nearly 19,400 top-notch pictures. One Eyeland's 'Global Photographer Ranking', 'Picture of the Week' and 'Photographer of the Month' titles have started gaining a legendary status thanks to the very high standards of its rigorous screening process.




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