October 2011 – “Autumn Colours”

The 2011 Photo Odyssey Team is again proud to announce their brand new Team and Public Challenge for this October. Autumn is really starting to kick off, so why not picturing it the best way you can? That is why we’ve settled on this thematic, named “Autumn Colours”, giving you the oppurtinity to show of the best that you can do with it!

While the theme is not specified any further you’re absolutely free to show us whatever you’ve got. It can be a short candid series, a nice portrait or any autumn related photographs you’ve got.

In short form this means that every single reader now has the oppurtinity to show of their talent and gets a chance to be displayed on our Frontpage. The rules are the following:

- Take a picture in the time between October 1st and October 31st 2011
- You may submit a maximum of three pictures
- Max. 4096 kbytes per image
- Send it to us LATEST October 31st 2011 23:45h Central European Time
- ABSOLUTELY NO RESTRICTIONS when it comes to your Camera, use a phone, a compact or whatever!
- The Team Members plus one Guest Photographer from this Month will judge the pictures
- The best three Pictures will be displayed on our Frontpage Post with the Results
- The winning Picture will be the front page picture
- No sexual, violent or anything else against humanity is allowed
- All picture rights will stay yours!
- You may include a small Copyright Info in the picture and you may send your Website, too!

Just send your Pictures with a short description to challenges@photoodyssey2011.com


Good Luck!

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