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Transitions Online (TOL) invites entries for this year's photo competition. The best entries will be published on the TOL website. Photographs must be taken within Transitions Online’s coverage region, which comprises Central Europe & the Baltic states; Eastern Europe & Russia; Southeastern Europe; Central Asia; and the Caucasus. The competition is open to everyone, of all ages and from all countries. Entries from amateurs and professionals are equally welcome. Each entrant may submit up to four photographs, but no entrant may win more than one prize. Photographs may be entered in 10 categories:
The deadline for the entry of photos is 12 July.
Photo format and conditions
Photographs must be submitted in digital format, as a JPEG file no larger than 3MB, and uploaded here.
By entering the competition, participants agree that they own the rights to the photographs that they submit; photoshopping beyond normal editorial standards is not allowed.
TOL recognizes that participants own the copyright to their pictures, but, by submitting photographs, participants agree that TOL has the right to publish the photos on its website, as long as the photographer is credited.
In addition, the winner in each category will receive a free, one-year subscription to TOL.
A prominent committee of three experienced photographers will choose the winners.
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