Calls for entries for $50,000 Epson International Pano Awards

The call for entries for the 10th annual Epson International Pano Awards are now open. The competition, which aims to reveal the world's best panoramic photography, offers a prize pool of $50,000, which includes $12,000 in cash.

© Veselin Atanasov. Open Photographer of the Year (2018) and Open Award Winner (2018) – Nature/Landscape. Combing the Sunlight, Tuscany, Italy.
© Veselin Atanasov. Open Photographer of the Year (2018) and Open Award Winner (2018) – Nature/Landscape. Combing the Sunlight, Tuscany, Italy.

The largest contest for professional and amateur photographers worldwide, in 2018 it saw 4937 images submitted from 1251 photographers in 74 countries

Prizes include an Epson SureColor P7070 printer, an Epson SureColor P5070 printer, an Epson EB-1776 ultra-slim projector, and a Nikon D850 camera.

© Daniel Eisele, Germany. Open Award Winner (2018) – Built Environment/Architecture. Life in Complex, Gifu, Japan.
© Daniel Eisele, Germany. Open Award Winner (2018) – Built Environment/Architecture. Life in Complex,
Gifu, Japan
.

The judging panel features some of the world's top photographers and industry professionals, including Adam Williams, William Long, Isabella Tabacchi, Bill Bailey, Mark Gray, Aaron Spence, Chris Collacott, Abe Blair, Timothy Poulton, Sean Davey, Juan Pablo de Miguel, Anna Gibiskys, and Ayrton Camargo.

Early-bird entries are open 1 July. You can enter at thepanoawards.com.

© Veselin Atanasov. Open Photographer of the Year (2018) and Open Award Winner (2018) – Nature/Landscape. Combing the Sunlight, Tuscany, Italy.
© Veselin Atanasov. Open Photographer of the Year (2018) and Open Award Winner (2018) – Nature/Landscape. Combing the Sunlight, Tuscany, Italy.

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