“The Photo Sociology “I Can Do Better Than A Turner” Photography Award”

“Have you ever wondered what makes a photographer or an artist famous? Felt that you or others have achieved equal or better results but do not hve the same recognition? Who decides that one persons work is worthy of critical acclaim? I saw a winning Turner Prize series of photo’s recently and thought to myself “I can do better than that”.

Do you feel that your photography is better than a photographer that has achieved worldwide recognition? Whether you believe this or not you can enter one photo into this free competition. You may consider yourself to be a photographer or you may not. It doesn’t matter. If you have a camera or smart phone then you can enter. There is no entry fee.

Any one over 18 can enter this competition and can submit one photo. I cannot accept photo’s of minors due to the ethics around consent, and any photo that you submit must be taken in a manner that is in keeping with the legal requirements of the country that you reside. If you photo is of an individual then you are responsible for obtaining consent. We will not accept photos of a sexual nature, nor that promote hate crime or terrorism.

Please visit the gallery website so that you can submit your photo”


replica garder
I shot this with my lumix camera by panosonic in panographic setting. on the left the walls of replica Fort Vancouver (Vancouver, Washington State, America) behind wooden fencing lies a replica garden similar to that planted way back in 1826. Following the right side fencing is a garden shed and the parade grounds of Vancouver Barracks now a national park

By jimberly

I enjoy photography, writing, walking, nature, reading, and of course the coooolest game on earth HOCKEY! I took up photography in 9th grade and seeing the world in a different light wanting to, of course, photograph everything, unfortunately not everything comes out the way I'd like.

1 comment

  1. Thanks for entering Jimberly. I’m away until Sunday and will add your entry on the gallery when I’m back.


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