Art of Photography Contest: Best of Week 1 (10 photos)

Sponsored by YPOC

Wow, what talent! We’ve just completed the first week of My Modern Met’s Art of Photography contest, sponsored by YPOC, and we just have to say that we’re in awe! You’ve submitted some incredibly inspiring work, making it tough for us to narrow down our favorites….

We had so many great entries we couldn’t put all the ones we wanted to in this post. That being said, here are ten that really stood out. If you don’t see yours here, don’t feel discouraged. You’re all still in the running!

PEOPLE

Adam Hribar

Warna Zoer

Greg Schmigel

PLACES

Juraj Holub

Max Berkowitz

Diego Tabango

NATURE

Ryan Dayrit

Mahmut Mollaahmed

Nuno Serro

A few reminders:
– You must “Like” YPOC’s Facebook fan page to be eligible to win.
– Email your photos to [email protected] That’s the ONLY way to enter.
– You may submit one photo, once a day.
– If you’ve just found out about this contest, it’s not too late! Start sending us your photos. The contest ends March 31, 2011.

If you’d like to see all the photos from the first week, you can check out My Modern Met’s Flickr stream.

(First photo was submitted under People and is by Jonathan Fouabi.)

Related:
My Modern Met’s Art of Photography Contest ($1000 Grand Prize + More)



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