“One City, Many Destinations” CITY Magazine Cover Competition entries due JUNE 30th

CITY MAGAZINE won the PHOTO PORTFOLIO Category at the 2007 National Magazine Awards for Horacio Salina’s photographs “White Heat” (view full list of winners here, with a link to winning articles and portfolios here).

All eyes are on CITY! It is an important publication for photographers to connect with.

CITY Magazine has announced a competition for images of international travel destinations to be chosen for the cover for CITY’s Fall ’07 Travel issue.
Submissions close at midnight EST on June 30th. The work of 16 finalists, including the grand-prize winner, will appear in a special travel photography portfolio inside CITY’s Fall ’07 Travel issue. All finalists will win additional prizes as well.

“Contestants must affirm that submissions are their original work and that they are the holder of the copyright or that they have the right to copyright any and all photographs submitted to this contest. Note: Winners agree that CITY and its designees shall have the perpetual, worldwide right to edit, publish, and use any photograph entered in this Competition solely for the promotional purposes of CITY and/or the Competition, in any way and in any media, in its sole discretion without further consideration to entrant or winner. Entrant agrees to hold harmless CITY Magazine, Sponsor, their officers, directors, employees, divisions, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotional agencies, from any claim by any third party relating to any rights in any photograph submitted.”


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