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AI & AP Encourages entries from every level of illustrators and photographers

The AI27 & AP24 Call for Entries, from sibling publications American Photography and American Illustration, are now accepting entries from journalistic and publication-oriented photographers and illustrators, whether they are long-term professionals or enterprising amateurs. Works for both competitions must be produced or published between January 1, 2007 and December 31, 2007, and will be judged in the the categories of "Editorial," "Books," "Advertising," "Graphics/Promotional," "Film and Animation," "3-D," "Unpublished/Personal/Fine Art" and "Student Work." The competition is open to all photographers, illustrators, creative professionals, students and teachers worldwide.

Deadline for entries is January 25, 2008.

AI & AP has listed a detailed description of each category:

"Editorial: Individual images or stories on any subject for magazines, newspapers, and other periodicals, including reportage, portraiture, still-life, photo essays and includes all assigned outtakes.

"Books:Trade books, limited editions, graphic novels, comic books and self-published editions, including covers, individual images or series of images.

"Advertising Ads: in consumer and trade magazines, newspapers and all other media. Entire campaigns or individual images accepted.

"Graphics/Promotional/3-D: All forms of designed material for brochures, annual reports, catalogs, direct mail, announcement cards, calendars, posters, websites, point-of-sale or merchandising and self-promotion pieces, in print or digital media.

"3-D: 3-D vinyl and plush toys and installation for either non-profit or commercial purpose.

"Television and Film: Live action and animation for feature films, television commercials, documentaries, websites and music videos.

"Unpublished/Personal Work/Fine Art: Unpublished, personal or experimental and fine art work.

"Student Work: Full or part-time students may submit work completed in the past year."

AP Entry fees are $356 a photograph, $95 per published book or photographic series, $10 per student photograph, and $60 per ten-image student portfolio. Click here for more information.

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