The 2012 Alberta Views Photo Contest -CLOSED


We’re looking for a surprising view of Alberta. Send us your photos!

The winner will be awarded $1,000 and published in Alberta Views in 2012.

All entries must include a short statement of intent (including location and subject matter, max. 150 words).

Photos will be judged anonymously. Your name must not appear in the image, the filename or the statement of intent. We will notify entrants of the winner by the beginning of March.

All entries must be original and unpublished.

All photographs should be submitted as a jpeg or pdf and be under 20 MB in size. Send photos to Doug Horner at Include your name, mailing address, phone number and email address in a separate document or cover letter. Submission to the contest gives Alberta Views a one-time right to publish the winning photo in our magazine and on our website.

Your first entry costs $30; subsequent entries cost $15. All entries include a one-year subscription to Alberta Views which can be kept or gifted to family, friends or a local library. To pay your fee click on the “Subscribe” button and enter PHOTO in the promotional code field; mail us a cheque to 208, 320 23 AVE SW, Calgary, AB T2S 0J2; or, phone us directly toll free at 1 877 212 5334.

The contest is open to residents of Alberta and Alberta expats. Professional and amateur photographers are eligible. Employees of Alberta Views are ineligible.

The deadline for submission has been extended to Jan 31, 2012.

Good Luck!

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