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EyeTime 2013: Announces Competition Winners

On behalf of the competition organizers, collaborators and supporters, the Morpholio Project congratulates the EyeTime 2013 Winners, Honor Awards and Honorable Mentions. "EyeTime presents a unique group of talented emerging photographers." Said Juliette Wolf-Robin, National Executive Director at the APA. "It is always great for me to see what the younger generation is coming up with in terms of images and creativity… Mind Blowing." said Billy Cunningham, Faculty at The International Center of Photography.

EyeTime 2013 was assembled as a means to publicly promote the research, exploration and investigation currently happening amongst today's emerging talent. "In a world with so many "snap, then straight-to-publish" avenues, I was impressed by the taste and forethought that went into creating the entries." Said Jenika McDavitt, Writer & Publisher, Psychology for Photographers. Tiffany Mueller, Light Stalking Writer and Photographer said "The finalists in each division were absolutely outstanding and it was really exacting to narrow them down." All of the submissions exemplified outstanding work and the competition organizers are grateful for the enormous amount of entrants who were bold enough to confront the world with their voice. "Wow... so much great talent." said Adam Sherwin, tech editor of Resource Magazine.

This year, with special thanks to the family and friends of Jessica Lum, EyeTime is also announcing two winners for excellence in Photojournalism honoring Jessica. "Jessica Lum is an inspiration to all aspiring young photojournalists. She pursued her passion wholeheartedly and gave voice to the people she photographed. I hope the winners of the Jessica Lum award are continually inspired to share their own voice with the world through telling the stories of others. It is possible to send your message through today's virtual noise. Make it a message worth sending." Said Salgu Wissmath, Photojournalist, Co-founder of Project I AM. On behalf of the competition team, we commemorate Jessica Lum and her work, and offer our condolences to those who knew her.

Eyetime 2013 was assembled by photographers, professors and students as a means to publically promote the research, exploration and investigation currently happening amongst today's emerging talent. EyeTime would like to give a special thanks to the ICP (International Center of Photography), APA (American Photographic Artist), ADC (Art Directors Club), The Morpholio Project, Resource magazine, Wired Magazine, Light Stalking, Shutter Sisters, Psychology for Photographers, DBA, Bustler, Archinect, NYIP, PhotoCompete, The ArchitectureRoom, The Photo Contest and The PhotographyBlog.

This year's EyeTime jury included Aurelie Jezequel of Resource Magazine, Billy Cunningham of The International Center of Photography, Kristen Fortier of Wired Magazine, Adam Sherwin of Resource Magazine , Tracey Clark of Shutter Sisters, Jenika McDavitt of Psychology for Photographers, Tiffany Mueller of Light Stalking and Juliette Wolf-Robin of the APA. This year's Jessica Lum jury included Salgu Wissmath of Project I AM, Gary Fong of Genesis Photo Agency and Tyler Orsburn of Ends-Meet. To view the Winners, Honor Awards and Honorable Mentions, please visit eyetime2013 or "Pinup" on the competition app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morpholio/id484413042?ls=1&mt=8


EyeTime2013 Winners


Emerging Talent Jury Winner
Dean West
In Pieces


Emerging Talent Jury Winner
Simon Chang
They/Ward 2


Emerging Talent Jury Winner
Obsoquasi
One-shot Stories 2013


Emerging Talent Jury Winner
Edward Neumann - EMCN
Architecture


Future Voices Jury Winner
tiberio ventura
Wasted youth


Future Voices Jury Winner
Michael Santiago
Life after Retirement


Future Voices Jury Winner
Michael Santiago
Michael the Veteran


Future Voices Jury Winner
Nicholai Go
Wide Awake


Emerging Talent Jessica Lum Award Jury Winner
Alessandro Falco
Amnios


Future Voices Jessica Lum Award Jury Winner
tiberio ventura
Who I am


Emerging Talent Public Winner
Javier Corso
Painter of Battles


Future Voices Public Winner
Rainer Weston
Surface Romantics



Honor Awards

Toshiki Hirano
Reflection, Refraction
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
steve socha
Time
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Stefan Neagu
Ballerina
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Raluca Barsan
Architectural steps
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award

Pablo Vidiella
Wall texture
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Marshall Lipp
Night Time Passing Bye
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Johnny Joo
Ruins
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Javier Corso
Invisible
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award

Jason Halley
Whole world in his hands
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Gerald Haselwanter
Firewalls
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Dean West
Process
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Dean West
Fabricate
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award

Cole Rian
The Bohemian
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Azeez Bakare
Lines
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Aditya Rohilla
Divided
Emerging Talent Jury Honor Award
Surawate Uasiripant
life in the light, the light of life
Future Voices Jury Honor Award

Suchita Jain / Look closer. 'Food' for thought. / Future Voices Jury Honor Award
Nicholai Go / Exercise in Futility / Future Voices Jury Honor Award
Michael Santiago
Sex Ed and Science
Future Voices Jury Honor Award
Junfu Han
Chimayo portraits
Future Voices Jury Honor Award

Joseph Schaefer
Abandoned street photography
Future Voices Jury Honor Award
Henry Macario
My past, my present and future.
Future Voices Jury Honor Award
Erik Johnson
Heartland
Future Voices Jury Honor Award
Elizabeth Cavenett
Construct Yourself Accordingly
Future Voices Jury Honor Award



Honorable Mentions

Stanley Formo
Urban_Machine
Emerging Talent
Raluca Barsan
The speaking hands of men and women
Emerging Talent
Raluca Barsan
Life on fast forward
Emerging Talent
Oana Bivolaru
Abstract Human
Emerging Talent

Martyna Daniel
Uncontrolled
Emerging Talent
Martyna Daniel
Explosion
Emerging Talent
Liam Dickson
fade to black
Emerging Talent
Liam Dickson
Electricity
Emerging Talent

Gerald Haselwanter
Desert next to the Highway
Emerging Talent
Genevieve Williams
From Rwanda, Looking In
Emerging Talent
Eugen Brodner
Her
Emerging Talent
Eugen Brodner
Traveler
Emerging Talent

Edward Neumann - EMCN
Architecture Colour
Emerging Talent
Doina Cioca
Close-up
Emerging Talent
Anna Pietrzak
Winter
Emerging Talent
Anna Pietrzak
Moments of Movement, Pt. 3
Emerging Talent

Zoya Shu
Elevation(no digital manipulation)
Future Voices
Nicholai Go
Blindly Waiting
Future Voices
Nicholai Go
When the Rain Falls
Future Voices
Natalie Amenula
Land and Sea
Future Voices

Kat Woldemarovna
Source of life
Future Voices
Kara Krause
For Sale
Future Voices
Joseph Schaefer
Black and white street photography
Future Voices
FUZHONG YANG
Transparently blurry
Future Voices

Bozena Pilat
Colder
Future Voices




About the Competition App

The Competition Team would like to give a special thanks to the Morpholio Project for the technology and support that allowed this competition to happen. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morpholio/id484413042?ls=1&mt=8


Morpholio for iOS




Jury Quotes

"EyeTime presents a unique group of talented emerging photographers. It was a pleasure to judge."

- Juliette Wolf-Robin
APA, National Executive Director


"In a world with so many "snap, then straight-to-publish" avenues, I was impressed by the taste and forethought that went into creating the entries.

- Jenika McDavitt
Writer & Publisher, Psychology for Photographers


"And in a world where your thoughts can become images and text instantly, I was happy with how this contest encouraged people to spend time truly thinking about and curating what they have to say."

- Jenika McDavitt
Writer & Publisher, Psychology for Photographers


"Great responses" and "really talented!"

- Aurelie Jezequel
Founder/Editor-in-Chief/Resource Magazine


"Wow... so much great talent."

- Adam Sherwin
Resource Magazine tech editor


"The finalists in each division were absolutely outstanding and it was really exacting to narrow them down."

- Tiffany Mueller
Light Stalking Writer and Photographer


"It is always great for me to see what the younger generation, is coming up in terms of images and creativity".

- Billy Cunningham
Faculty at The International Center of Photography


"Morpholio is such gift for these young people."

- Billy Cunningham
Faculty at The International Center of Photography


"Mind blowing"

- Billy Cunningham
Faculty at The International Center of Photography


"It was an honor participating in this jury. I definitely felt connected to her through the process. She was an incredible photographer and friend, so I'm just thankful to be part of honoring her memory. I hope the winners and all the participants will be inspired by her."

- Salgu Wissmath
Photojournalist, Co-founder of Project I AM


On Jessica Lum:
"Jessica Lum always embraced new technology and social media platforms. Xanga, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram- she had them all and she used them well. She was a master of social networking. It's only fitting that her memory is honored by a photo competition utilizing the newest technology to track EyeTime on smart phones and smart pads. If she were still around, I'm sure she would have found a way to master that technology too."

- Salgu Wissmath
Photojournalist, Co-founder of Project I AM


On Jessica Lum:
"Jessica Lum is an inspiration to all aspiring young photojournalists. She pursued her passion wholeheartedly and gave voice to the people she photographed. I hope the winners of the Jessica Lum award are continually inspired to share their own voice with the world through telling the stories of others. It is possible to send your message through today's virtual noise. Make it a message worth sending."

- Salgu Wissmath
Photojournalist, Co-founder of Project I AM





Competition Statement:

EyeTime 2013 invites students and young professionals or enthusiasts to submit a collection of their photography comprised of up to three digital images. By submitting your work, we invite you to share your voice with the collective intelligence of a community of visual thinkers. The competition is free to all entrants. The proliferation of device culture, social networking, and cloud technology are changing the way we create, and connect on a daily basis. For photography, this means that technology is not only transforming the process of production, but also the processes through which we share, critique, and organize ourselves around the work we do. The competition is first, and foremost an experiment in distributed intelligence. By leveraging the "wisdom of crowds" every entrant can see and understand how his or her work is experienced by others. It has been predicted that in 2020, there will be 50 billion mobile internet connections worldwide, the equivalent of seven devices per person. Thus, this competition is not simply about the existence of technology, but rather why and how we harness it as artists.

As the paradigm shift from analog to digital is paired with the emergence of platforms for the digital consumption of images, photography inherently reassess its methods, media and subjects, in order to establish a dialogue with an audience whose visual abilities are increasingly expanded by technology. Thus, this competition challenges you to confront the world with your photography. By sending it out into the field you will test yourself and your work. You are the artist, the curator and the critic. EyeTime 2013 poses the following questions: What are the aspirations by which we evaluate photography today? In an increasingly networked culture, what makes an image capable of cutting through the virtual noise, and starting a new conversation? How do evolving forms of media affect the way in which your message reaches its destination? What is your message?

Eyetime 2013 was assembled by photographers, professors and students as a means to publically promote the research, exploration and investigation currently happening amongst today's emerging talent. The competition is supported by the ICP (International Center of Photography), APA (American Photographic Artist), ADC (Art Directors Club), and is hosted by The Morpholio Project. The guest jury includes participants from Wired Magazine, Resource magazine, Light Stalking, Shutter Sisters, Psychology for Photographers, and the ICP. We look forward to your participation.


In Memory of Jessica Lum
Jessica Lum was a young, spirited and extraordinarily talented journalist. As an award-winning photographer, reporter, editor and humanitarian, she dedicated her tragically short career to the needs of giving voice to others. Through her storytelling, Jessica would seek to redefine the "presence" of those telling a story and capturing the moment that is to be preserved. Her approach was best stated in her own words: "To truly understand a story we need a deeper level of interaction. If we desire to truly grasp the full significance of an image that we capture, we need to step out from behind that camera, gain a level of trust and converse with the human people to whom we wish to give voice."

Last year EyeTime was privileged to have Jessica as an esteemed Jury member and will be forever grateful for her contributions to emerging talents, as well as the profession of Photojournalism. This year, EyeTime will be honoring the mission, voice and work that Jessica shared with the world, a mission captured by her own words: "When I write and when I take pictures, I realize that it isn't me trying to create something, it's me trying to preserve the moment. But in preserving the moment, I'm not trying to battle against the inevitability of time passing. I'm simply trying to understand the moment." On behalf of the competition organizers, supporters and contributors, we commemorate Jessica Lum and her work, and offer our condolences to those who knew her.





The EyeTime Competition would like to give special thanks to the following organizations for their support and their promotion of young talent in all creative fields.

                             

EyeTime2013 would also like also to give special thanks to our friends and collaborators:

                       

                             





EyeTime 2013: Competition Finalists Announced

On behalf of the competition organizers, collaborators and supporters, the Morpholio Project congratulates the EyeTime 2013 Finalists. EyeTime 2013 was assembled as a means to publicly promote the research, exploration and investigation currently happening amongst today's emerging talent. All of the submissions exemplified outstanding work and the competition organizers are grateful for the enormous amount of entrants who were bold enough to confront the world with their voice.

The Winner(s) will be selected by the Jury as well as public competition "EyeTime".To view the finalists and contribute your "EyeTime" now for your favorite entrant, please download the competition app here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morpholio/id484413042?ls=1&mt=8.



Emerging Talent Finalists

Anna Pietrzak
Winter
Gerald haselwanter
Firewalls
Gerald haselwanter
Desert next to the Highway
Johnny Joo
Ruins

Stanley Formo
Urban_Machine
Simon Chang
They/Ward 2
Anna Pietrzak
Moments of Movement, Pt. 3
Steve Socha
Time

Edward Neumann
Architecture
Azeez Bakare
Lines
Raluca Barsan
Life on fast forward
Dean West
In Pieces

Pablo Vidiella
Wall texture
Dean West
Fabricate
Javier Corso
Invisible
Raluca Barsan
Architectural steps

Aditya Rohilla
Divided
Eugen Brodner
Her
Dean West
Process
Raluca Barsan
The speaking hands of men and women

Stefan Neagu
Ballerina
Martyna Daniel
Explosion
Liam Dickson
fade to black
Edward Neumann
Architecture Colour

Cole Rian
The Bohemian
Jason Halley
Whole world in his hands
Liam Dickson
Electricity
Marshall Lipp
Night Time Passing Bye

Toshiki Hirano
Reflection, Refraction
Javier Corso
Painter of Battles
Martyna Daniel
Uncontrolled
Doina Cioca
Close-up

John Flury
One-shot Stories 2013
Genevieve Williams
From Rwanda, Looking In
Oana Bivolaru
Abstract Human
Eugen Brodner
Traveler







Future Voices Finalists

Natalie Amenula
Land and Sea
Erik Johnson
Heartland
Junfu Han
Chimayo portraits
Michael Santiago
Life after Retirement

Kat Woldemarovna
Source of life
zoya shu
Elevation(no digital manipulation)
Rainer Weston
Surface Romantics
Joseph Schaefer
Abandoned street photography

Surawate Uasiripant
life in the light, the light of life
Joseph Schaefer
Black and white street photography
Kara Krause
For Sale
Suchita Jain
Look closer. 'Food' for thought.

Nicholai Go
Wide Awake
Nicholai Go
Blindly Waiting
Michael Santiago
Sex Ed and Science
tiberio ventura
Who I am

Michael Santiago
Michael the Veteran
Henry Macario
My past, my present and future.
Nicholai Go
When the Rain Falls
tiberio ventura
Wasted youth

Elizabeth Cavenett
Construct Yourself Accordingly
Nicholai Go
Exercise in Futility
FUZHONG YANG
Transparently blurry
Bozena Pilat
Colder






Call for Submissions

EyeTime 2013 invites students and young professionals or enthusiasts to submit a collection of their photography comprised of up to three digital images. By submitting your work, we invite you to share your voice with the collective intelligence of a community of visual thinkers. The competition is free to all entrants.

The proliferation of device culture, social networking, and cloud technology are changing the way we create, and connect on a daily basis. For photography, this means that technology is not only transforming the process of production, but also the processes through which we share, critique, and organize ourselves around the work we do. The competition is first, and foremost an experiment in distributed intelligence. By leveraging the "wisdom of crowds" every entrant can see and understand how his or her work is experienced by others. It has been predicted that in 2020, there will be 50 billion mobile internet connections worldwide, the equivalent of seven devices per person. Thus, this competition is not simply about the existence of technology, but rather why and how we harness it as artists.

As the paradigm shift from analog to digital is paired with the emergence of platforms for the digital consumption of images, photography inherently reassess its methods, media and subjects, in order to establish a dialogue with an audience whose visual abilities are increasingly expanded by technology. Thus, this competition challenges you to confront the world with your photography. By sending it out into the field you will test yourself and your work. You are the artist, the curator and the critic. EyeTime 2013 poses the following questions: What are the aspirations by which we evaluate photography today? In an increasingly networked culture, what makes an image capable of cutting through the virtual noise, and starting a new conversation? How do evolving forms of media affect the way in which your message reaches its destination? What is your message?

Eyetime 2013 was assembled by photographers, professors and students as a means to publically promote the research, exploration and investigation currently happening amongst today's emerging talent. The competition is supported by the ICP (International Center of Photography), APA (American Photographic Artist), ADC (Art Directors Club), and is hosted by The Morpholio Project. The guest jury includes participants from Wired Magazine, Resource magazine, Light Stalking, Shutter Sisters, Psychology for Photographers, and the ICP. We look forward to your participation.


In Memory of Jessica Lum




Jessica Lum

Jessica Lum was a young, spirited and extraordinarily talented journalist. As an award-winning photographer, reporter, editor and humanitarian, she dedicated her tragically short career to the needs of giving voice to others. Through her storytelling, Jessica would seek to redefine the "presence" of those telling a story and capturing the moment that is to be preserved. Her approach was best stated in her own words: "To truly understand a story we need a deeper level of interaction. If we desire to truly grasp the full significance of an image that we capture, we need to step out from behind that camera, gain a level of trust and converse with the human people to whom we wish to give voice."

Last year EyeTime was privileged to have Jessica as an esteemed Jury member and will be forever grateful for her contributions to emerging talents, as well as the profession of Photojournalism. This year, EyeTime will be honoring the mission, voice and work that Jessica shared with the world, a mission captured by her own words: "When I write and when I take pictures, I realize that it isn't me trying to create something, it's me trying to preserve the moment. But in preserving the moment, I'm not trying to battle against the inevitability of time passing. I'm simply trying to understand the moment."

On behalf of the competition organizers, supporters and contributors, we commemorate Jessica Lum and her work, and offer our condolences to those who knew her.


Categories

Future Voices (students only)
Future Voices aims to discover upcoming design voices within academia. To be eligible, students must currently be under-graduate or post-graduate students at universities or tertiary institutions. (Tertiary institutions include: junior colleges, colleges of technology, and other relevant vocational schools.)

Emerging Talent (young professionals or enthusiasts)
Emerging Talent is oriented to all young professionals and upcoming practices. To be eligible, young professionals must be 40 years of age or under if submitting as an individual. If the work was completed by practice, then the practice must be 15 years old or younger.


Submissions



Judging

Finalists:
A group of finalists will be selected by public viewing called "EyeTime" which captures and records the amount and type of viewing time an image receives. For every second an image or a collection is viewed by others the entrant will accumulate various types of Competition "EyeTme." In addition, the competition organizers will select a minimum of four additional finalists.

Please note: Winners:
For each category there will be a winner(s) selected from the finalists by the guest Jury as well as a winner(s) selected by public "EyeTime."

Guest Jury:

   Aurelie Jezequel
   Founder/Editor-in-Chief/Resource Magazine
   resourcemagonline.com

   Billy Cunningham
   Faculty at The International Center of Photography
   icp.org

   Kristen Fortier
   Photo Editor at Wired Magazine
   wired.com

   Adam Sherwin
   Resource Magazine tech editor and Resource TV director/producer
   resourcemagonline.com

   Tracey Clark
   Founder / Shutter Sisters
   shuttersisters.com

   Jenika McDavitt
   Writer & Publisher, Psychology for Photographers
   psychologyforphotographers.com

   Tiffany Mueller
   Light Stalking Writer and Photographer
   lightstalking.com

   Juliette Wolf-Robin
   APA, National Executive Director
   apanational.com


Jessica Lum Award Jury:

   Salgu Wissmath
   Photojournalist, Co-founder of Project I AM
   projectiam.net

   Gary Fong
   Founder of Genesis Photo Agency
   genesisphotos.com

   Tyler Orsburn
   Multimedia Reporter and Founder Ends-Meet
   ends-meet.org



Schedule

October 15th 2013:
Collections may be submitted anytime up to October 15th.

November 5th 2013:
Finalists announced and Stage 02 "EyeTime" begins.

December 1st 2013:
Winners and Honorable Mentions announced.


Announcement of the Winners

Winners:
A minimum of one "EyeTime Jury" winner and one "Guest Jury" winner will be selected in each category. All winning entrants will receive the title of Competition Winner(s) and will be announced in Resource Magazine on line as well as in a public Press Release. Additional Honor Awards, Special Recognitions and Honorable mentions will be included in all press releases.

Jessica Lum Award:
One entrant will have the special honor of receiving the Jessica Lum Award which recognizes excellence in Photojournalism amongst today’s young talent.

EyeTime2012
To view Last year’s winners visit http://www.mymorpholio.com/site.php/home/eyetime2012


Important Tips


Submission Procedures: iPad or iPhone Users

Step 1: Download the Competition App.
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morpholio/id484413042?ls=1&mt=8
Register by simply creating a new account or login in to your existing account. By creating an account and agreeing to the terms and conditions the entrant will be registered.

Step 2: Add a collection
Create a collection of up to any three digital images of the entrant's choice. Images must be jpg files less than 5mb.
Note: You may change your images or image order at any time during the competition period by hitting unlock in the collection. After you make your changes press lock. Please note images you delete will lose accumulated EyeTime for that specific image.

Step 3: Add Entry Title and Subtitle
(Remember to press unlock to change text)
Top Title: Change "Untitled" to any name you choose for your entry. (Example: "Walls")
Bottom Subtitle: Change "Created on ..." to say "EyeTime2013:FV" for Future Voices (students entries) or "EyeTime2013:ET" for Emerging Talent (Young Professionals entries.)

Example naming:
Walls
EyeTime2013:ET
(Please note that the project title and your name will be searchable in Pinup and MUST be correct.)

Step 4: Pinup Lock the collection and press the globe. If the globe is on your project is submitted and should be searchable in Pinup. Search Pinup for your name or title to confirm.


Submission Procedures: Non iPhone or iPad Users

Step 1: Sign Up
Create an account here http://www.mymorpholio.com/site.php/login/signup

Step 2: Upload
Press "Upload" to load images to the server. You might need to load one at a time.

Step 3: Borrow any iPad or iPhone for 20 minutes and say "Thank You."
Make sure the device has the competition app found here http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/morpholio/id484413042?ls=1&mt=8

Step 4: Login
Login to your account or press the switch user button to switch accounts. Proceed to Step 2 in the iPad or iPhone users submission procedures above. Note when adding your images they will appear in the "Add from MyMorpholio" tab.


About the Competition App

The Competition Team would like to give a special thanks to the Morpholio Project for the technology and support that allowed this competition to happen.


Morpholio for iOS



Regulations

  1. Entrants maintain full copyright to their work and grant no usage to the Competition Organizers other than those granted herein. "Competition Organizers" as used herein refers to all competition collaborators, supporters, contributors, sponsors and organizational teams.
  2. There is no registration fee.
  3. The official language of the competition is English; however text within images may be submitted in any language.
  4. This will be a digital competition and no hardcopies will be accepted. Images are permitted to be digitally manipulated or altered and must be jpg files less than 5mb.
  5. If the competition exceeds 500 entrants, then only one collection per entrant will be selected as a competition finalist or the number of finalists will be adjusted. In this case should any entrant have more than one collection in the list of finalists the Competition Organizers will automatically select the collection with the most competition EyeTime as a finalist. Winning entries from previous years are not eligible for re-submission.
  6. For purposes of announcing the winners, finalists and/or the competition, the Competition Organizers reserve the right to reproduce, distribute, in part or in whole, any images or text included in the submission material. Entrant agrees that their work may be exhibited or shown during competition sponsored events, as well as on the competition sponsored website and competition sponsored promotional materials, allowing for the entrant to retain control over the licensing of their work. Entrant agrees that the Competition Organizers may reproduce and may allow reproduction of selected images in competition approved publications. Credit will be given to the entrant for any image(s) used. It also acknowledges the right to use winners and finalists in any and all forms of print, electronic and digital media, related to The Competition.
  7. The competition organizers and collaborators, reserve the right to modify the competition schedule, terms, regulations and requirements at any time if deemed necessary. Competition organizers also reserve the right to disqualify any entrant or winner not providing the required information. Entrants will be disqualified if any of the competition rules, terms or regulations are not considered.
  8. The competition organizers reserve the right to prohibit an entry if it is deemed inappropriate as well as the final number of included works. Jury reserves the rights to select additional winners if deemed necessary by the jury or Competition Organizers.
  9. Entrant represents, agrees and warrants that they have obtained all releases from any persons and/or property owners requiring such, featured in their submission allowing publication in any and all media forms.
  10. Entrant represents, agrees and warrants that the whole copyright and any other form of intellectual property right in the work is vested in them.
  11. Entrant represents, agrees and warrants to the Competition Organizers that they own and have created all elements of the work submitted and that nothing within any work has been added or copied from another person's work.
  12. Entrant represents, agrees and warrants that they have not in any way assigned, licensed, disposed of, or otherwise encumbered any of their rights which allow them to deal freely with the work and the copyright therein.
  13. Entrant represents, agrees, warrants and acknowledges that by entering this competition each entrant may be contacted by the Competition Organizers for competition updates, related information or general marketing purposes.
  14. Entrant represents, agrees, warrants and acknowledges that the Competition Organizers rely fully upon the warranties and license given by entrants when submitting their work for consideration. Entrants indemnify and hold the Competition Organizers harmless from any and all claims, actions, proceedings, costs and expenses arising as a result of any allegation that the relevant entrant did not own or is not wholly entitled and authorized to allow publication and reproduction of the work by the Competition Organizers.
  15. Submission of an entry to the competition automatically constitutes the entrant's acceptance of all conditions set forth in these regulations as well as the guidelines and terms of service. See terms for complete list of regulations. Should any other regulations, rules or terms be in conflict then these regulations set forth herein will supersede all other versions.
  16. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age.

Contact

General questions may be submitted up to October 15th by emailing the competition organizer at EyeTimeCompetition@gmail.com. All Frequently Asked Questions will be posted here and no questions can be answered after this date.


The EyeTime Competition would like to give special thanks to the following organizations for their support and their promotion of young talent in all creative fields.

                             

EyeTime2013 would also like also to give special thanks to our friends and collaborators:

                       

                             



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