Amateur Photographer Magazine opens it’s doors every year to photographers around the world, giving one lucky photographer the title of Amateur Photographer of the Year. Now in partnership with Photocrowd, 2017 marked the first time the Photocrowd community had their say in who won the Crowd vote in each category.
Congratulations to all of the finalists. For a list of the top 30 visit the APOY 2017 website.
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All contest winners (expert and crowd), plus selections from the expert category in each contest, will be featured in an issue of AP, as well as the AP website and social media channels.
* If winner is based outside EU, they will have to pay for any customs charges that may be charged.
All entries reviewed by a panel of Photography experts from Amateur Photographer, and a special guest judge for each contest
The first entry to each round of APOY 2017 is free. Boost your chances with an APOY 2017 series bundle
The Expert winner of each round will receive exciting prizes from Sigma and the Crowd winners will receive free subscriptions to Amateur Photographer magazine and Photocrowd. You’ll also be featured in the magazine.
The title of Amateur Photographer of the Year will be determined by combining results across all eight rounds. You do not have to enter every round to be eligible, but the more you enter the better your chances.
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