FCCT holds contest for Asia phojos

FCCT holds contest for Asia phojos

Fancy yourself a photographer? The Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand (FCCT) has announced its third annual photojournalism contest. Open to all photographers who have shot in the Asia-Pacific region, entries are requested in four categories: Spot News; Feature Photography; Photo Essay; and Migrants and Refugees, a special category, sponsored by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), for the best entries focusing on people on the move in the Asia-Pacific region. Category winners get $250 and a round-trip flight. A photographer of the year will also be selected and win a US$2,000 cash prize. Entries must be in by October 9. See fccthai.com.

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