Photo contest to mark OrthPhoto’s 15th anniversary is organizing a photography competition entitled “OrthPhoto Awards” to celebrate its 15th anniversary. The deadline for submissions is August 19, 2019.

„This is something more than a competition”, OrthPhoto announces.

“We want to celebrate with you our anniversary and the best way we can do it is to present your own works and offer you prizes for your activity and creation of the content of the website”.

Please find below a list of rules for this competition:

  • Every user can submit from 3 to 15 pictures. In order to submit the photos, you need to login on and use the special form under the pictures that you have already uploaded. After reaching the deadline, the possibility to add or delete any photos will be blocked. If more photos are submitted above the limit, only the last 15 uploaded pictures will be taken into account.
  • You have the possibility to upload high resolution files for the competition, and if you agree we will change the original small files on our website with the uploaded ones.
  • The deadline for sending photos is August 19
  • The jury will select 20 photographers who will receive a diploma, photo albums and gadgets (prize will sum up to 50 EURO)
  • In the first half of September we will organize an award ceremony and an users’ meeting in Bialystok, Poland.
  • The jury will be internationally represented and the awards will be given not only for the best photos category. Categories will be decided during a meeting of jury members, and could be based on the activity of our users (votes or comments).
  • At least 40 photographs will be printed and displayed during the award ceremony.

Defined as an online community of amateur and professional photographers who wish to share and exhibit photographs presenting the Orthodox Christian faith as experienced throughout the world, OrthPhoto was established on April 10, 2004.

In 2013, the OrthPhoto team displayed several pictures depicting the life of the Orthodox Church in Poland at the Patriarchate’s Palace in Bucharest.

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