I entered another photo contest by See.Me! This one is called “Exposure: A Competition Celebrating the Power of the Image.” I entered the same photo contest last year, and though I didn’t win anything (or even go far), 3 of my photos were later chosen to be part of a different photo exhibit in NYC. I entered the photo contest again this year, and hopefully I get a little better results… maybe even win something (*crossing fingers*)…
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Some time ago (about one and half years actually), I entered a photo contest on Smithsonian Magazine Online and was an Editor’s Pic for a “Photo of the Day.” That kinda made me realize that “hey… I guess people really do like some of my photos”… so I decided to do it again. Today, I entered in the See | Me website’s 4th Annual EXPOSURE Photo Competition.
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This past November, I decided to enter the 9th Annual Smithsonian Photo Contest. I submitted several photos, not really thinking that any had a chance. Most were travel pics; some from Canada, others from Argentina, but most were from my trip to Antarctica last year. I was thrilled to see today online that on Dec 7th, one of my photos was an “Editor Pick,” also known as the “Photo of the Day” (see below). I wish they sent out an email or something to let me know, but I guess better late than never. Truth is… I didn’t really think any of my photos had a shot. I really love taking photos, but I’m just a novice. And a lot of people have some really awesome cameras, but for the longest time, I just had a simple Canon point-and-shot. All the photos I entered in the photo contest, including the one that was a “Photo of the Day,” was from my point-and-shot. I just recently upgraded to a Nikon DSLR, and I’ve already been taking some great pics. I still have a lot to learn about photography and would love to take some classes, but for now, I’m just ecstatic that someone thought one of my photos was good enough to be a “Photo of the Day.” I’m crossing my fingers when they announce the winner in a couple of months.