National Photography Contest

Submission Guidelines

 
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"While these photographs could not be more distinct (vast, almost surreal landscapes, close-ups of flowers, portraits of unforgettable people in unforgettable poses), they share what [2008's guest] photography judge Susan Modenhuer describes as 'the mystery of a moment in time.'"

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Photo Submission Guidelines

National Photography Contest

$20 Entry Fee (1-5 prints)

$30 Entry Fee (6-10 prints)

$500 First Place Prize

Postmark Deadline: December 5th annually
We open to image submissions August 20th

 

ENTRIES POSTMARKED BEFORE OR AFTER THESE DATES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED AND WILL NOT BE RETURNED.


Alligator Juniper seeks quality black-and-white photography. The grand prizewinner receives $500; finalists will be noted as such in our journal and published.
 

We are unique in our selection process because we choose from hard copy photographs. We have no preference if your pieces are digital or not, but we do make our decision based on the prints. If you wish to submit, please follow our submission guidelines carefully. If they are not abided to, we regret that your pieces will be disqualified.

Photo Submission Guidelines

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Questions?

Email: alligatorjuniper@prescott.edu

Contact Us

Alligator Juniper
220 Grove Ave.
Prescott, AZ 86301

Email: alligatorjuniper@prescott.edu
Phone: (928) 350-2012

What's in a Name?

The Alligator Juniper tree is in the juniper family with bark in a checkered pattern, resembling an alligator's skin. While the tree is native to the southwest, the alligator is native to swampland and tropics. This pairing in our name invites both the regional and the exotic. And just as artistic ventures challenge commonly-held definitions, so our name blurs the line between the thing and its associations.

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