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FEP Fine Art Photograph of the Year 2010
This is the only category. Each entrant may submit up to 3 pictures. Pictures already entered for another FEP Competition will not be eligible.
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FEP European Fine Art Photograph of the Year Award 2010


This competition closed on 10/01/2011.

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Official Result Text

1)Diamantino Jesus, Portugal, WINNER,
2)Eric Bernatets, France, SECOND PLACE,
3)Paul Coghlin, United Kingdom, THIRD PLACE,
4)Jose Diogo Freitas, Portugal, FINALIST, 5)Filip  Santens, Belgium, FINALIST, 6)Gio  Versyck, Belgium, FINALIST, 7)Heinz Effner, Germany, FINALIST, 8)Werner Schuessler, Austria, FINALIST, 9)Ginger Liu, United Kingdom, FINALIST, 10)Bella West, United Kingdom, FINALIST, 11)Rudy Ranke, Netherlands, FINALIST, 12)Enda Cavanagh, Ireland, FINALIST, 13)Jasmine Debels, Belgium, FINALIST


The aim of this prize is to reward and stimulate creative initiatives by professional photographers, often bound to assignment work.

Only photographs created after July 2009 are eligible to compete for the prize. Photographs produced by members of the jury or connected to them in any way are excluded from the competition.

The photographer declares having all rights to the images; and he/she will be responsible for all legal issues and damages concerning third party rights, towards those third parties as well as towards the FEP. He/she must complete and sign the special entry form, which can be found on the FEP Web Site. (www.europeanphotographers.eu)

The competition is totally web based; the sign up, hosting and the judging will all be carried out online. Submitted images must be 2000-3000 pixels on the longest side and saved a high quality JPEG (Maximum file size is 2mb), and the images must be anonymous.

The winning images will be displayed on the FEP website and might travel as exhibition.

The technical international Jury will consist of at least 5 experts nominated by the FEP and the Jury’s decisions will be final. The winners will be awarded at a special ceremony at the Second FEP European Congress of Professional Photographers, to be held in Lyon, France, on February 6th to 8th 2011. The awards will consist of certificates and an “FEP European Fine Art Photograph of the Year Award” trophy.

The best 15 pictures will be printed for inclusion in the awards collection which will be exhibited at the Second FEP European Congress of Professional Photographers. This collection will then travel throughout major European countries.

Results will be published in the press and on the FEP Web Site www.europeanphotographers.eu

Only photographers who win prizes will be contacted by email or telephone and it is hoped that they will be able to come to Lyon to receive their prize in person.

The FEP reserves the right to reproduce images entered for the purposes of promoting the event or for educational reasons only. It is the responsibility of the entrants to have obtained, if necessary, permission from copyright holders, in order to allow their possible publication, within the limits described above.

The participants’ personal information will be for internal organisational use only, in full respect of national and international privacy laws.

Criteria

There is just one main category in the compeition, each entrant may submit up to 3 pictures. Pictures already entered into another FEP Competition will not be eligible.

The entry fee is 10.00 Euro for each picture submitted by a photographer who is a member of a National Association which is a member of the FEP or 20.00 Euro for each picture submitted by all others. QEP and Master QEP’s may enter one picture free of charge; should they wish to enter further images, the cost will be 10.00 Euro per picture, the same fee as for FEP members.


QEP and Master QEP’s may enter one picture free of charge; should they wish to enter further images, the cost will be 10.00 Euro per picture, the same fee as for FEP members.

The FEP reserves the right to reproduce images entered for the purposes of promoting the event or for educational reasons only. It is the responsibility of the entrants to have obtained, if necessary, permission from copyright holders, in order to allow their possible publication, within the limits described above.

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