February 26, 2010 is the last day for people to submit images to The Humane Society’s 2010 Online Spay Day Photo Contest, and the last day to vote for photos is March 4. I’m honored to join celebrated photographers Nigel Barker, David Sutton, and Lori Cheung on the judges’ panel for the contest. In addition, copies of my book, Pet Photography 101 will be donated by the publisher (Focal Press) and given to a number of the contest winners.
There are two ways people can win prizes in the contest (text below is from the contest website):
Your pet will be instantly entered in the Judged Category. Our panel of photographer judges will pick 36 winners based on your pet’s photo and a few simple questions that reveal your pet’s personality. The winners all get prizes!
If you choose, your pet can also compete with other pets for votes in the Fundraisers Category. Just choose the charity that you and your pet would like to support, forward your pet’s photo page to your friends and family (don’t worry, we make this step easy for you), and then ask them to donate to vote for your pet! Every dollar donated in your pet’s name will help spay and neuter pets to control overpopulation—AND give your pet another vote. If your pet finishes in the top 600 in votes, you’ll win great prizes.
For more information about Spay Day or this year’s contest, visit this page.