National Geographic Photo Contest

October 10, 2007 | Mark Goldstein | Competitions | Comment |

National GeographicEnter National Geographic’s online Daily Dozen contest and you could get your photo published on the magazine’s “Your Shot” page. Images for the Daily Dozen are chosen from photographs submitted to National Geographic by photography enthusiasts from around the world. Go to http://ngm.com/yourshot for details on how to submit a photo. You can also can vote on a gallery of images from the previous week.

National Geographic Press Release

National Geographic Magazine’s Online Site Lets Visitors Choose Top Reader-Submitted Photographs

Monthly Winner’s Photograph Will Appear in Print in National Geographic Magazine

National Geographic magazine’s Web site, www.ngm.com, has launched an online version of the popular “Your Shot” page, where National Geographic photo editors feature two reader-submitted photos in the magazine every month. Currently, both photographs are chosen by editors at National Geographic.  Starting in October, Web users who visit www.ngm.com will have the power to choose one of the reader-submitted photographs that appear on the magazine’s “Your Shot” page.

Online, the feature is called the Daily Dozen. Visitors can go to www.ngm.com to view a group of daily top-12 images shot by amateur photographers. Images for the Daily Dozen are chosen from photographs submitted to National Geographic by photography enthusiasts from around the world (go to ngm.com/yourshot for details on how to submit a photo). 

Each week, visitors to ngm.com can vote on a gallery of images from the prior week. At the end of the month all votes will be tallied, and the photograph with the highest cumulative ranking will be published in an upcoming issue of National Geographic magazine. Viewers can vote for each week’s images one time only.



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