Photo credits from top: Mohammad Kheirkhah, Sandrine Arons, Mark Jezercic
WINNERS AND SELECTED HONORABLE
MENTIONS will be featured in the spring
2013 issue of PDNedu's print
issue, in our digital edition and
on the PDNedu contest
Additional PEOPLE'S CHOICE
WINNERS will be featured in
our PDNedu Contest Gallery.
GRAND-PRIZE WINNERS, one per category,
will receive a Nikon digital camera, a
Crumpler bag, a B&H gift card and Canson
Infinity paper products from our generous
ALL WINNERS AND HONORABLE MENTIONS
will get a one-year subscription to PDN®.
- COLLEGE-LEVEL GRAND PRIZE WINNERS
will receive a portfolio consultation with a PDN® editor.
- THE PRECOLLEGE WINNER will receive a review
with Dennis Keeley, chair of Photography and Imaging
at Art Center College of Design.
Chair of Photography
Art Center College of Design
Senior Photo Editor
San Francisco, CA
Griffin Museum of Photography
BRIAN PAUL CLAMP
New York, NY
$12 per entry*
Students can submit a single image or a series,
up to six images per entry. There is no limit to the
number of entries a student can submit; however,
all submissions must be made by students currently
enrolled in college or high school. Online entries
only.If you're an educator looking to submit on
behalf of your class, contact John Gimenez at
email@example.com for special group-rate deals.
From glamour to grunge, show us
some style; self-portraits welcome.
Budding reporters, hit the beat. Both
the front lines and the back rooms
count, with plenty of room for the
in-between. Show us the issues,
people and events in your periphery.
Evoke the aroma in a steaming cup
of joe or send us the best from your
studio lighting setups—if it's stationary,
From your summer fling in Paris to
your hiking trip to Machu Picchu, or
simply hanging out in the hood or
your favorite day at the beach—we
want to see where you've been.
FINE ART/PERSONAL WORK
Your chance to get creative and
conceptual— the offbeat, unique and
beautiful work that doesn't fit in the
OK, you're making the grade, you've
got what it takes. If you're a high school
student and a budding shutterbug, show
us your shots from any of the above
categories and prove it. Don't worry,
you'll be judged against your peers.
Budding directors, get moving and submit
your best clips—the sky's the limit—up to
20 minutes in length or 100 MB file size.