VENICE ITALY, 1st March 2017 – The Carnival of Venice is over, and so is the One Day In Venezia February photocontest.. but the photos of Venice are timeless! And today the photocontest restarts. Everyday this very special international photocontest can be entered by by aspiring photographers, with pics shot in any year or season. The contest awards monthly winners and a final Grand Winner: two days in Venice and solo show in a renowned art gallery. ALL entered photos receive exposure.
The new edition of the contest is open to all visitors of Venice and people fond of photography from all over the world, aged 18 and non professional photographers. The contest theme is “one day in Venice”, with optional subthemes suggested every month: the contes has in fact a monthly frequency. And every month (except February 2017 because of the Carnival) the monthly contest closes on day 24 and starts again on day 25, to be closed again on day 24 of the following month.So the next deadlines are: 24 March, 24 April and so on until 24 September 2017. Black and white, and color photos are accepted, shot with any camera, tablet or phone. Info and submissions at www.onedayinvenezia.com . Registration fee and one photo (jpg format) submission: 10 euros. It is possible to enter more editions and more months, also with a larger number of phots (entering additional photos costs 5 euros each).
The contest partners are prestigious, like the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice which hosted the Grand Winner of the 2016 edition, Annik Susemihl (Germany): the awarded vacation gave her the chance to savor the best of the Veentian hospitality; in addition to the two days staying for two people, Mrs Susemihl won her own solo show (the first ever in her life) to be set up soon at Giudecca 795 Art Gallery.
Besides Hilton Molino Stucky Venice and Giudecca 795 Art Gallery, the other partners of OneDayInVenezia are: Hotel Metropole (that is going to host the Grand Winner of the 2017 edition); Cipriani Harry’s Bar and Harry’s Dolci; Gran Caffè Quadri; Ristorante Da Ivo; Cooperativa Venice Water Taxi.
While the 2nd edition(2017) is running, after a preview at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice, the group show of the 12 finalists for 2016 plus special prizes is on at the Giudecca 795 art galery, tha t is also showcasig all the submitted photos, month by month: every participating photographer gets exposure, and right in Venezia! Authors own the photos copyright.
In this second and current edition, the 12 finalists to be chosen (winning a fine asrt print of their photo, the participation to a group show, and publication on a calendar) this year there is an additional prize: a critic review of the 12 works, by a professional photographer. Details and regulations on our website.
ONE DAY IN VENICE PHOTO CONTEST
Beginning Saturday 14 January 2017: the first edition finalists’ group show at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice hotel.
While the second and current edition of the photocontest is underway, the group show of last year’s finalists is on exhibition! From 14 to 31 January, OneDayInVenezia.com presents the fifteen fine art prints from the international competition for aspiring photographers at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice hotel, which is a partner in the competition.
As part of the collaboration, the hotel will provide the very best in Venetian hospitality to the Grand winner of 2016, Annik Susemihl of Germany. She also won a solo exhibition (the first in her life!) at the Giudecca 795 Art Gallery. At the end of the preview, the art gallery will exhibit the works of the finalists plus all the other photos entered in the competition. In addition to the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice and Giudecca 795 Art Gallery, the other partners of OneDayInVenezia are: Hotel Metropole (which will host the winner of the 2017 edition); Teatro La Fenice; Harry’s Bar and Harry’s Dolci; Gran Caffe Quadri; Ristorante Da Ivo; and Cooperativa Venice Water Taxi. The preview at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice can be viewed in the Campiello Lounge from 9 AM to 11 PM and admission is free. The presentation features work by Alfredo Aleandri, Marco Cendret, Tiziano Chiesa, Marco Dilavanzo, Luca Lamanna, Alessandro Secondin, and Paola Volpe (Italy); Annik Susemihl (Germany); Rosemary Wilmot (UK); Michael J. Damone, Sue Henderson, and Joseph B. Zarzano (USA). A special prize has been awarded to Ettore Chernetich. Particular thanks are owed to Mario Del Do, the creator of the 2016 cover image. The photographers all retain the copyright to their work, and the fine art prints of the finalists’ work are donated to them. The 2017 second edition has added to the finalists’ prize a critical review of their work by a professional photographer. The second edition of the competition, which is already in progress, can be entered by photography enthusiasts from around the world who are at least 18 years of age and not photographers by profession. The theme of the contest is “one day in Venice”, with optional sub themes suggested month by month because the competition runs on a monthly basis, and monthly winners become finalists in the annual competition. Each month’s competition closes on the 24th and immediately resumes on the 25th. Amateur photographers can enter photos — taken with a camera or a phone — in color or black and white. Information and registration can be found at www.onedayinvenezia.com. The registration fee for the first photo (jpg format) is 10 euros, and photographers can participate in any month and submit multiple images every month (each additional photo is 5 euros).
(With photos by: Rosemary Wilmot, Maria Roccaforte, Pamela Wheeler, R.Wilmot (bis), Mauro Chiesa, Klaus Bayer, Sue Henderson, Mario Del Do, Luca Rossini. Grazie.)
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Top Thing To Do in Venice Italy? Enter the ONE DAY IN VENEZIA Photo Contest. German Aspiring Photographer Wins a Week-end in Venice and Her Own Photo Exhibition in an Art Gallery
VENICE ITALY, 22 Oct 2016 – Germany (and not only Germany) has talent… in photography. The Grand Winner of the 1st edition of the OneDayInVenezia.com International Photo Contest for aspiring photographers is Annik Susemihl from Germany, aged 43. As per the contest regulations, she won a fabulous week-end in Venice Italy, including obviously a ride in gondola, and her own solo show in an art gallery also in Venice.
Who will be the next winner? The 2nd edition just started: until September 2017 it will select 12 finalists for the Grand Prize. Annik was in fact chosen among the 12 monthly winners (from USA, UK, Italy, and Germany) of the contest’s last edition: the 12 finalists win a fine art print of their awarded pic and the participation to the group show; in addition, their works are about to be published in the 2017 Molino Stucky Hilton Venice Hotel Calendar. The Venice Hilton is among the partners of the 1st edition, together with Cipriani Harry’s Bar, Gran Caffè Quadri in St.Mark’s Square, Ristorante da Ivo, Consorzio Venice Water Taxi, and the Giudecca 795 Art Gallery – the heart of the competition, where all the submitted photos will be displayed.The 1st edition grand winner Annik Susemihl is a coach for communication and customer service in the area of Technical Customer Care.
Annik is a passionate photographer and has been using a DSLR camera for the last 2 years. “I am so proud and excited that her photography was chosen at an international competition – she says – I love travelling, especially to Italy. My next photo-shoot in Venice is already planned and booked since a couple of months. I am excited to discover new locations and perspectives during the winter season”. Annik is thrilled about her upcoming solo show: it will be her first solo show ever.
Annik Susemihl (Germany), grand winner of the 1st One Day In Venezia Photo Contest,
and her awarded photo. See the monthly awarded pictures.
For more information:
– website: http://www.onedayinvenezia.com/
– registration: http://www.onedayinvenezia.com/en/the-contest/
– partners: http://www.onedayinvenezia.com/partners/
– presentation video:
2016 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2qwRwVuP84