Photography Contests Announced Soon

Sponsored by The Photo Center in Brick, New Jersey

Landscape Photographer of the Year will be announced this week!!

We are looking to discover and promote talent.

The first two images are free to enter.  You can win the “Photo of the Year” contest by entering only one picture, but of course, the more you enter, the better your chances.

Anyone who enters more than four images will automatically be entered in our Landscape Photographer of the Year Contest.



Multiple Runner Ups

Five runner-ups will have their best photo published with credits, a short artist bio and a link to your website.

Many more photo runner ups will be displayed in the magazine with photographer credits.


The photographs must be original, and you must be the sole creator and owner. All copyrights remain with the photographer. By entering, you agree to allow us to use your image in our magazine for display in the magazine or advertising (with your credits) for our future contests. If you use a picture of someone who can be identified in the photo, you must have a model release form signed and submitted. (see below).


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The competition is presented by The Photo Center, a Brick, New Jersey establishment from which we exclusively purchase all our equipment. As a small, family-owned business, they have garnered a loyal following of customers who appreciate their exceptional service and friendly staff.  We are proud to partner with them to discover new talent and give photographers recognition. 

The Photo Center- 1930 Route 88 – Bricktown, NJ, 08724,  (732) 840-1333

How to Enter


Please size your images 1100 pixels on the long edge, under 110kb. (see instructions at the bottom of the page)

Name your images with your last name and title (if you know how). EXAMPLE: Goodyer-2023-contest-01.

Landscape Photographer of the Year Contest – You may submit two free images, but you must submit an additional two images (minimum) to enter the contest for $5.00 each.


By entering, you agree that you have read the contest terms below.


Your first two images are free.

Your name and email must be in the description box or you will not be entered in the contest.

Remember to pay for your additional images in the next step if you submitted more than two.>>


2 FREE ENTRIES!! You may enter additional images at the rate of $5.00 per image.

Enter four photos to be entered in the Landscape Photographer of the Year Competiton.

Want guaranteed placement, see below.

Photography Magazine Extra Contest Rules

  • If you submit a picture where people can be recognized in the picture, you must submit a model release form.

The principal clauses the form must contain are:

  1. Name and identification of both the model and photographer
  2. If the model is under 18, consent of the model’s parent or guardian.
  3. Release of rights.
  4. Signature of each party and parent or guardian, if needed.
  • By entering our contest, you agree that the images you submit are your own. You allow Photography Magazine Extra to use your images throughout the magazine and advertise (with your credits) without time limitation.


Are you one of those people who wants more? You know what I’m talking about, right?

You’ve tried:

  • Entering contests before to get coverage but didn’t win a spot.
  • You have attempted contacting photography magazines, allowing them to use your images with no results.
  • You’ve even tried entering multiple contests, paid many fees, and found out the hard way that it doesn’t guarantee any exposure…

It’s enough to make you want to give up.

But you didn’t – you are considering entering our contest, so I know how committed you are to getting results.

I assume you want results, and you want to get them as quickly as possible.

The photography contest is a great solution, but if you are a photographer and want guaranteed coverage and a half-page spread, you can purchase a spot in our magazine.

Therefore, I know you’ll want to get hold of this:

Half Page Coverage Photography Coverage

The Surefire Way to Exposure to Your Photography Without Having to Wait.

Here’s what you do when you order now:

  • You’ll get a half-page or full-page article that will stay live for a minimum of three months.
  • You’ll discover the quickest and easiest way to get backlinks and show off your photography.
  • You’ll know how never to wait to win contests to get published in a magazine.
  • You’ll find this is an inexpensive way to get results—and get published today.   

So, let’s cut to the chase. You know this is a great offer, but you want to know how much?

Let me put it this way…

How often do you buy without giving it a second thought?

If you order now, you can get guaranteed coverage for just $159 for 3 months and up!

Crazy, right? That’s ok; there’s no catch.

I  know it’s a GREAT deal.

General Information for Other Contests

Photography contests have become increasingly popular to showcase the creativity and talent of photographers worldwide. But when entering a photography contest, there are specific terms and conditions that you need to be aware of. In this article, we’ll delve into the details of entering a photography contest, including what the contest runners may do with your photos if you submit them and the legal implications of doing so.

Understand the Rules of the Photography Contest

First and foremost, before you enter a photography contest, you must read and understand the rules and regulations. Every contest will have its own set of rules. Still, they will usually include criteria such as the number of entries allowed per person, the timeline of the contest, the size of the photograph, and the type of photograph that will be accepted. Reading and following the rules is essential to ensure you aren’t disqualified.

When you enter a photography contest, you will usually be asked to provide a signed release form that gives the contest runner permission to use your photograph however they see fit. This is important to remember, as it can include using your photo for advertising, marketing, or other promotional purposes. Read and understand the release form before signing it, as it can have legal implications if the contest runner uses your photograph you weren’t expecting, or you disapprove of.

Photography Contest Release Form

Besides a release form, you might be asked to provide proof of copyright ownership. This is important to remember, as some photography contests may require entrants to prove that their photograph is original and that they are its sole creator and owner. This means you could face serious legal implications if you submit a photo that is not your own or a picture you did not create.

It is also essential to be aware of the potential legal implications of entering a photography contest, as the consequences can be severe if you do not adhere to the rules and regulations.

When entering a photography contest, it is essential to research the background of the contest and its organizers. Make sure that they are trustworthy and have a solid reputation. Examine the prize structure; some contests may require you to pay an entry fee or other fees before claiming the prize.


Meet Pamela Goodyer

Get Exposure and Recognition for Your Photography

Pamela Goodyer is an international award-winning photographer who loves to discover talent and help new photographers get exposure and recognition for their photography and fine art.

For over ten years, Pamela Goodyer has been helping photographers unlock their creative potential, achieve confidence and gain exposure for their photography. 

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