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    It's just not out of character with other juried photo competitions. The nice thing about this one is that there's no minimum. I can submit one image for $10. Its sister competition, Krappy Kamera, is a flat $40 for up to five images.

    A trophy, yes. And other assorted goodies, not to mention at least four rolls of Ilford film for each of the top three placings. Not too shabby -- but no one's really entering these competitions for the prizes (certainly not the trophy).

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    So it looks like photo competitions are a nice job to run. Better to organize one than to apply to .

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    Who's getting rich on photo competitions? They're a good fundraising source to keep small galleries like these in business. (This is America, remember. The government isn't so generous to the arts over here...)
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    Commercial art galleries are not subsisdized in Europe either.

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