Cowboys & Indians Magazine Photo Contest
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The sixth annual Cowboys & Indians photography contest is now open for entries. There are five categories, including portrait, landscape, wildlife, action and equine. The subject of each photo - irrespective of which category it falls into - has to have something in common with cowboys, indians or the areas lying west of the Mississippi river. Five category winners will be selected, one for each category. The winning entry and runners-up will be published in the Cowboys & Indians 2011 Photo Essay issue. The 2011 Photo Contest winner will receive $1,000. The winners of each of the five categories will receive $500. The submission deadline is 14 October 2010. As always, we suggest that you read the rules before entering your work.
Cowboys & Indians magazine hosts 6th annual photography contest
Whether you’re headed for rugged terrain or greener pastures this season, don’t forget to pack your camera, because the 6th Annual Cowboys & Indians photo contest is developing.
Five contest categories are drawn from those subjects of special interest to Cowboys & Indians: ?• Portrait: Photographs of cowboys or Indians as individuals or groups. ?• Landscape: Photographs of plants and landscapes; geological or climatological features located west of the Mississippi.?• Wildlife: Photographs of animals indigenous to North America inhabiting areas west of the Mississippi. ?• Action: Photographs of individuals participating in activities west of the Mississippi or traditional American cowboy or American Indian activities taking place around the world. ?• Equine: Photographs of horses.
Five category winners will be selected, one for each category. The winning entry and runners-up will be published in the Cowboys & Indians 2011 Photo Essay issue. The 2011 photo contest winner will receive $1,000. The winners of each of the five categories will receive $500.