Wednesday 3rd September; The final results are in!  All will be revealed after some final checks and we have contacted the overall winners.  Again, your patience is appreciated...we're going as fast as we can!

Competition statistics will be published following the announcement of the winners. Again, your patience is appreciated.

 

 

 

Check out the 2013 results slideshows;

Open - Nature video slideshow

Open - Built Environment video slideshow

Amateur - Nature video slideshow

Amateur - Built Environment video slideshow

VR/360 video slideshow

 

 

The fifth Epson International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography. Advances in digital photography and editing software has resulted in a surge in the popularity of image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. Panoramic film photography also remains alive and well.

The Epson International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest competition for panoramic photography.

The 2013 competition saw 4068 images submitted from 843 photographers in 57 countries.

 

The 2014 competition is open to all professional and amateur photographers with a combined pool of cash and prizes of approximately US$40,000!

Prizes include an Epson Stylus Pro 7900 printer, an Epson Stylus Pro 4900 printer, and an Epson EB-1775 Ultra-slim Projector!

 
 


What's new?

- shiny trophies for the overall winners!

 

- modified judging; 5 judges on each panel (Open, Amateur and VR/360...15 judges total) will each score EVERY image in the competition they are judging

 

- many new faces on the judging panel this year

 

- a revised score range for Bronze Award level, now 75-79 (up from 70-79)...making it more exclusive

 

- film capture images to be judged independently from digital captures

 

- a more functional and attractive 'results logo' to share your results

 

- video slideshows of the top 50's in each category

 

- a new 'Highest Scoring Aerial' award in the Open competition in addition to the highest scoring IAPP member, IVRPA member, Gigapixel, Spherical, Film capture and Best HDR.

 

 

 

The judging panel includes some of the world's top panoramic photographers and industry professionals, including Jeff Mitchum, Andris Apse, William Long, Helmut Hirler, Michelle Novak, Dylan Toh, Chris Collacott, Stefan Hefele, Timothy Poulton, Hans Gasser, Aaron Spence, Scott Highton, Thomas Erh, Carlos Chegado and Bill Bailey.

 

 

The winners and top scoring entrants will also receive world-wide media exposure...

 

Media coverage has included; NBC New York, Huffington Post, News Limited syndication, Sky News Online, DS de Standaard, GmbH, The Blaze, Onet, Core77, The Telegraph UK, Ecorazzi, The Daily Mail UK, Australian Geographic, The Atlantic, New Scientist, Geo.ru, Amateur Photographer Magazine, CEPIC, Dphoto.co.nz, Photo Review, Citycelebrity.ru, Better Photography Magazine, The West Australian, Fotografe Melhor, Muy Interesante, Fotografa, Photo Life, Australian Photography Magazine, Professional Photographer UK, BBC Radio 4, Digital SLR Photography Magazine, Fotomagazin, Manila Standard Today, Business insider, Huffington Post Canada, Focus Magazine, Super Digital Foto, Photo Life, Capture Magazine, Quo, StealMAG, f2 Freelance Photographer Magazine, Digital SLR Photography Malaysia

 

Winning and highest scoring entries will also be diplayed by Epson Australia at The Digital Playground, Luna Park, Sydney on September 12 -14, 2014.

 

 

 

 

Open awards

The Open competition is open to professional, non-professional/amateur and student photographers.

Entry fee is US$22 per image. Includes GST for Australian entrants
 

Categories:

Nature (including landscapes)
The Built Environment (including architecture)


The overall open winner will be decided from the two category winners in the Open Awards.

 

 

Amateur awards

The Amateur competition is open to non-professional and student photographers only.

Entry fee is US$18 per image. Includes GST for Australian entrants
 

Categories:

Nature (including landscapes)
The Built Environment (including architecture)


The overall amateur winner will be decided from the two category winners in the Amateur Awards.

 


 

VR/360 awards

The VR/360 competition is open to professional, non-professional/amateur and student photographers.

Entry fee is US$18 per image. Includes GST for Australian entrants
 

Category:

Open


The highest scoring image will be awarded the overall VR/360 winner.

 

 

 

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