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Hasselblad 2014 Masters Photography Awards Close Soon

Hasselblad 2014 Masters Photography Awards Close Soon - Time is running out to get your entries in for the 2014 Hasselblad Masters Awards.

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Hasselblad Masters 2014 Awards

Time is running out for the Hasselblad Masters Photography Awards.

Photographers who want to be considered for the 2014 awards have until 31 August to get their entries in.

These prestigious awards have 12 categories that you can enter, and the criteria is creativity, composition, conceptual strength and technical skill.

New this year is an underwater category for images that have been captured using a professional housing, while the 'Up & Coming' category has been renamed 'Project//21' and is open to amateurs, students, assistants and young professionals who are 21 years old or younger.

In a big change to the format, which will see the competition open to more photographers than ever before, the decision has been made to allow entries from both medium format and 35mm-style DSLRs providing that whatever camera is used is delivering a minimum resolution of 16 megapixels.

If you would like to enter, visit the Hasselblad Masters page.

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JackAllTog Plus
9 5.0k 58 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2012 11:25AM
Wow, what an amazing collection of photographs and ideas from the seemingly simple to complex creations worthy of a film set.

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JJGEE 13 7.2k 18 England
21 Aug 2012 12:01PM
Just wonder why it going to take at least 16 months to judge ?
Scottelly 5 35 United States
25 Aug 2012 4:50AM
I wonder why they didn't make it a minimum of 22 megapixels? That would cut out all the hacks that have been shooting with 5 D Mk II cameras. Only medium format shooters and photogrpahers shooting with Nikon D3x, Leica S2 and other high-end cameras would be able to enter. (Oh, and lots of people with Sony cameras too. lol)

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