Guide to International Photographic Competitions

Feedback and exposure from competition can help you improve and sell your photo-graphs. Includes: scouting competitions, making submissions, how judging works and how to interpret and use your results. List Price- $29.95.

REVIEWS: “This book deals with a specialized yet important subject that is not fully addressed in other books on photography competitions. Benton, a retired Eastman Kodak chemist and himself a competitor, covers virtually every aspect of entering competitions, or salons, around the world, including the United States. The book defines and describes open photographic competitions, then addresses the mechanics of submission and judging. Readers will likely find the information on international competitions and the practical advice on submitting slides and prints to be of greatest value. There are also chapters on evaluating results and record keeping, as well as exhibition standards for the Photographic Society of America and the Photographic Alliance U.S.A. Useful to both advanced amateurs and professionals, this book is recommended for libraries with substantial photography collections.”
—Library Journal

SPECS: 8.5 X11, paperback, b&w photos, 86 pgs, tables, charts,

Dr. Charles Benton is a retired chemist from Eastman Kodak who has competed extensively in national and international photographic competition. He is an active member of the Photographic Society of America.

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