Last year’s winner, Roby Braggato, put together a solid portfolio of backcountry, urban, park, and nighttime flash-work shots to claim the grand prize. Cees Wille in Sestriere, Italy.

Last year’s winner, Roby Braggato, put together a solid portfolio of backcountry, urban, park, and nighttime flash-work shots to claim the grand prize. Cees Wille in Sestriere, Italy.

Everyone starts at the bottom, but getting your photos and name recognized by TransWorld SNOWboarding is an important step on your way to the top. So get your crew together and shoot as much as you can this winter, because the Your Turn Photo Contest is the best way for an up-and-coming snowboard photographer to have shots seen.

The first category opens today, and it’s night shots. You have three weeks to shoot and upload your pics HERE for judging. The winner will be announced on March 1, when the next category will start, with one more categories to follow in April. The winner from each category will move to the head-to-head portfolio battle, where TransWorld SNOWboarding photo editor Chris Wellhausen will pick the grand-prize winner based on the strongest overall submission.

Want to submit a photo? Enter here

Prizes include gear from F-Stop, Celtek, and Pocket Wizard. The grand-prize winner gets food, lodging, and a spot in the High Cascade Snowboard Camp Photo Workshop at Mt. Hood, Oregon, headed by TransWorld senior photographer Andy Wright. This is your chance to learn from the pros.