|April 15, 2011|
“Sport” comes from the Old French desport meaning “leisure.” A sport is an organized, competitive, entertaining, and skillful activity requiring commitment, strategy, and fair play, in which a winner can be defined by objective means.
A “fan”, short for fanatic and sometimes also called aficionado or supporter, is a person with an intense, occasionally overwhelming liking and enthusiasm.
PX3’s photography competition, Sports and Fans, is a one time theme competition. Spots and Fans is now accepting submissions for any action and adventure sports images and the culture and lifestyle surrounding the following sports.
Adventure Racing, Baseball, Basketball, Biking, Body Boarding, Bowling, Breakdance, Cliff Diving, Enduro, Expedition, Freediving, Football, Freestyle Soccer, Hang-gliding, Ice Climbing, Inline Skating, Golf, Jumping, Kayaking, Kitesurfing, Motocross, Motor Bike Trial, Mountaineering, Mountainboarding, Parachuting, Paragliding, Rock Climbing, Rugby, Running, Sailing, Skateboarding, Skiing, Skydiving, Snowboarding, Snowkiting, Snowmobile, Surfing, Swimming, Tennis, Trialbiking, Triathlon, Volleyball , Windsurfing, Wakeboarding, Wingsuit Flying, and other sports.
It is the desire of Px3 to bring together on a global scale, a distinct collection of photographs of sports activities and the fans, as seen from the perspective of the photographic lens.
James K. Colton, Photography Editor, Sports Illustrated Magazine
Daphne Angles, Photo Editor | NY Times | Paris
Chiara Mariani, Photo Editor | Corriere della Sera | Italy
Jerome Huffer, Photo Editor | Paris Match | Paris
Sara Rumens, Lifestyle Photo Editor | Grazia Magazine | London
Natalie Johnson, Features Editor | Digital Photographer Magazine | London
The top 20 winning photographs selected will be exhibited.
April 15, 2011
1st Place: $2,000
2nd Place: $1,000
3rd Place: $500
Send your best work to Px3’s “Sports & Fans” Competition
Entry fees cover the cost of administration, promotion and exhibition.
Professional, Non-Profession a Photographers
$20 for each photograph entered
$35 for each series (2-5 images with a unifying theme) or book.
HOW TO ENTER
Enter online. Upload your photographs (JPG only, 72 dpi, each image must be 800 pixels on the longest side) and pay the entry fees.
All winners will be announced online six to eight weeks after the final submission deadline.
The following magazine will receive the list of winners and their works (editorial package) for possible inclusion in their magazine.