Posted on: November 13, 2012
Travel Agent Photo Contest From TravelAge West
Travel agent winners will receive cash prizes and a chance to showcase their travels
TravelAge West's First Place winner in 2011 Andrew Browning took this photo // (c) 2012 Andrew Browning
TravelAge West has announced its second annual Reader Photo Contest. Travel agent readers are invited to submit their best photos and winners will receive cash prizes and have their photos published in an upcoming issue of TravelAge West.
"Last year, we had a great response from travel agents to the contest and we ended up with some amazing photos," said Kenneth Shapiro, Editor-in-Chief. "We can't wait to see the images we get this year."
Editors at the magazine will consider photograph quality - composition, lighting and other aesthetic elements - as well as subject matter.
The winning photograph will receive a $200 American Express gift card and will be featured in an upcoming issue of TravelAge West. Second and third place contestants will receive $100 American Express gift cards and will also be featured in TravelAge West as well.
All submissions will be considered for inclusion in TravelAge West's print, online and social media content.
.Readers should send the highest resolution photograph possible.
.All entries should include a caption with the name of the destination and subjects photographed, as well as background information and any other relevant details.
.Readers need to include contact information (name, address, phone number and email address), their agency name and their professional title.
.Only digital images will be accepted.
.Travel agents may submit up to five photographs total, but each photo submitted must include a caption.
Submission Info and Deadline
To submit photo, readers must email photos to Letters@travelagewest.com before Monday, Dec. 3. (One photo per e-mail.)
TravelAge West reserves the right to use submitted photos in all formats including print content, online content, social media content, house advertisements and marketing materials. Entry in contest does not prohibit photographer contestants from using submitted photographs for their own private and commercial purposes.