2017 Classic Landscape Category Winner, Better Photography Magazine Photo of the Year: Peter Hill
Photography isn’t like a horse race where it’s (usually) very clear who comes first or second. Photography is subjective. The judges express an opinion. First or second is a matter of preference as much as anything else.
However, the good thing about some photography competitions is you don’t have to get a place to be successful, you just need to earn a bronze, silver or gold award, depending on your level of experience.
This is the beauty of the Better Photography Photo of the Year competition because there’s no limit to how many awards can be given. If your photography reaches a standard, you get an award. It doesn’t matter if another photograph is better or not.
A photography competition lets you know as objectively as possible if your work sits up the top or has some way to go. Getting one or more silver awards in the Better Photography Photo of the Year Awards is the collective opinion of three AIPP Grand Masters of Photography. Earning a bronze shows you’re on the right track; scoring a gold means the judges are jealous! And earning four silvers is an achievement!
So, if you've been entering for a while, have you earned four silvers yet? Enter four entries and get a fifth for free. Perhaps this is your personal challenge for 2020?
Entries into the 2020 Better Photography Photo of the Year Awards close on 22 August 2020, so there's still time to enter! For more details, visit www.betterphotographyphotocomp.com now!