At VotoArt, it doesn't matter if you're a professional, or someone who loves snapping shots with their iPhone/Android smartphones. We have free photo competitions for photographers who just enjoy sharing their pictures and getting valuable feedback from the community, and we have cash prize photo competitions for shutterbugs and pros looking to make some money.
There are also 2 ways to compete. WonUp photo contests put your pictures head-to-head with the current champion, scheduled photography contests give your pictures a chance to compete against other recent category-specific submissions. WonUp entries automatically go into scheduled contest qualifying when they are defeated.
You peers are the judges, they will vote in 1-on-1 square offs determining which image is better in:
There is a lot of buzz about the use of Wi-Fi and the new cameras that have Wi-Fi capabilities. This Blog is about how you can access those capabilities without having to buy a different camera if you already own a Canon or Nikon DSLR. I am not an expert on all the different types, … Continue reading Adding Wi-Fi Capabilities To Your DSLR
Photo by Linda Knasel VotoArt recently ran a workshop for photographers that gave them an opportunity to try some light painting. Light painting is a great way to create interesting photos that can be entered into our abstract photo contests. If you want to win cash in the VotoArt photo contests, light painting is … Continue reading Light Painting
Photo by Ganjar Rahayu People often ask – What makes a good photo? Most of the answers I have heard to this question, seem to focus on the technical aspects of photography such as the rule of thirds. I, however, believe the question people really want to ask is – How can I take photos … Continue reading What Makes a Good Photo?
I was on a bike ride with my daughter when I spotted two large birds in a marshy area not very far off of the trail . I happen to have brought my camera along in case I saw something interesting to photograph so I quickly got off my bike and started to take pictures. … Continue reading Photographers ID Birds Online with their Bird Photos.