International Pano Awards 2017

Epson has officially launched the the International Pano Awards 2017. With a total prize pool of over $50,000 it is sure to generate a lot of interest. Prizes range from cash to products such as the Epson SureColor P7070 printer, Epson SureColor P5070 printer, and an Epson EB-1776 ultra-slim projector.

Heralded as one of the largest panoramic competitions in the world, it showcases work from photographers from all around the globe. Last year’s competition had 4,545 images submitted from 1,066 photographers and 2017 promises to be even bigger.

“Epson is proud to continue its support as the title partner of the International Pano Awards in 2017. Each year the competition continues to go from strength to strength and nothing highlights this better than the fact that the awards now attract entries from over 60 countries around the world. The images submitted are nothing short of spectacular and I am confident 2017 will raise the bar once again.” – Craig Heckenberg, General Manager, Business Division, Epson Australia.

Judges this year will include a number of top photographers and industry representatives including Jeff Mitchum, Lucie Debelkova, Mark Handy, Stefan Hefele, Aaron Chang, Christian Fleury, Monish Mansharamani, Karl Strand, Sean Davey, Perri K Schelat, Bill Bailey, Aaron Spence and Marcio Cabral.

The competition is open to all and entries can be submitted online at https://thepanoawards.com/enter-2017-awards/. Entries will close Sunday 9th July, 2017.

Post Author: Noeneel Sharma

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