Not Natural Anymore

This contest is for digital photographers of all skill levels. In this contest we select a topic - you provide the mixed media photograph. The topic is "not natural anymore".

Using a camera capture something as your subject. This can be an animal, an insect, a flower, a house or any other subject. But we are not looking for stand-alone photographs. We are looking for the use of both your camera and software to create a mixed media presentation. So show us a scene or a photograph that is no longer natural.

No traditional photographs or pure digital art. Mixed Media photography is a form of art that uses software to create art from photographs. So start with a traditional photograph (or a collage) and create something different. Creative approaches are welcomed.

The winners will be selected by the FanArtReview.com Contest Committee. A winner will be announced approximately one to two weeks after the deadline passes. The decision is final.

The winner takes away a $100 cash prize. Second place will win twenty-five member dollars. Third place ten member dollars.

Deadline: Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. EST.


Created by FanArtReview
Monitored by the Contest Entry Compliance Committee

This contest has ended. But there are over 50 other contests that you can enter. Click here to view our contest listing.

The voting for this contest was determined by the contest committee. An announcement has been made on the Facebook Page.

This contest is open to all members. Past contest winners can join the contest.

One entry per person. New entries to the site only. If you already posted a work on FanArtReview that work is not eligible for a contest.

Click the link above to submit your entry. Members with reservations can use the link provided in their contest profile.

Cash prizes delivered by PayPal. Winners also have the option to choose a Visa Gift Card (US residents only) or Amazon Gift Card (where available).

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It's easy to get started. We only ask four questions to get you started.