Kickstart your snowboard photography career with the Your Turn Photo Contest
There are more outlets than ever for up-and-coming photographers, but there's one that hasn't changed—your shots still have to be seen by the right people for your career to start. We here at TransWorld SNOWboarding want to give you a chance to share your best images with the snowboard community. It's our way of offering some exposure to the next generation of photographers. By entering, your images might even win you some prizes and land a spot at High Cascade's Photo Workshop, shooting pro riders and learning from some of the best photographers.
The first category opens today, and the theme is Jump.
You have three weeks to shoot and upload your submissions of riders getting some air-time.
Upload your submissions for judging here: bit.ly/1xZcsh5
Each theme’s winner will go to the YTPC Portfolio Battle, where they will submit a collection of images. These collections will be judged for best overall presentation by TransWorld SNOWboarding's Photo Director Chris Wellhausen and the instructors of the High Cascade Snowboard Camp Photo Workshop. The winner of the Portfolio Battle will be awarded the grand prize of a spot at the HCSC Photo Workshop, headed by TransWorld senior photographer Andy Wright. This is your chance to learn from the pros.
Want to submit a photo? Enter here: bit.ly/1xZcsh5
About the HCSC Photo Workshop:
Held at Mt. Hood from July 26 to August 2, the HSCS Photo Workshop gives you an opportunity get both classroom and on-hill experience working with some of the best snowboard photographers in the biz including Andy Wright, Tim Zimmerman, Aaron Blatt, and Chris Wellhausen. It's a great way to accelerate your learning process, make valuable connections, and get feedback to help you up your photo game.
Here’s a glimpse of the images that came out of last summer’s HCSC’s Photo Workshop.