Type: Photography, no visual or graphic art manipulation
Deadline: Submission: March 10, 2011 12:00pm EST
Voting Period for Round 1 Opens: March 12th, 2011 (12:00pm EST) Closes: March 20th, 2011 (12:00pm EDT)
Eligibility: International, all ages (see additional info for entrants 13yo and younger), Lafango members (free)
Link: http://lafango.com/photography-contest-2011 Scroll down to the bottom of the main page for full rules.
Entry Fee: None
Prizes: 1st Place $200
Editor's Pick $200
Size/Format: .JPG, .JPEG, .GIF, and .PNG, file size limit of 2GB (2 gigabytes, or 2,048 megabytes.)
Electronic Submission: Yes, with free member registration of Lafango
USPS Submission: No
Description: Capture a local road, city street, or sidewalk telling it's own story. The most creative entries that use this theme will move on the 2nd Round to compete for two first prizes and a runner up. Winners are chosen by community vote. Membership to Lafango and contest entry are both free. Entry is limited to two photos per member.
Additional Info: Lafango is an online network that provides users with a platform to create, upload, and broadcast their talents. They host many contests throughout the year in writing, photography, singing, and other talents. While most of the contests are open to "all ages", you must be a registered member of Lafango to compete and/or vote. Per their terms of service, 13 years of age and under must be registered by an adult: "Lafango is intended solely for access and use by individuals that are fourteen (14) years of age or older. By using our services, you are certifying that you are at least fourteen years old. If you are less than fourteen years old, you must have your parent or legal guardian complete the registration process." See complete terms of service at http://lafango.com/legal
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