Mesa, AZ, July 14, 2008 — BDN Aerospace Marketing (BDN) is sponsoring a contest to discover and promote the world’s best aerospace photographers.
One top-prize winner will receive $1,000, and the front cover spot on BDN’s 2009 calendar. Thirteen others will receive $100 each. Their photos will also be used in the calendar, which will be distributed to aerospace companies and personnel worldwide.
Entries will be accepted through Sept. 15 and will be judged by three industry experts:
• Jay Miller, Chairman of the International Society for Aviation Photography
• Caroline Sheen, Photography & Art Editor, Air & Space Smithsonian magazine
• Mark Bennett, a founding partner of BDN Aerospace Marketing
“The contest is intended to promote the aerospace industry and to find and showcase talented photographers,” Bennett said. “We want to capture and convey the allure and excitement of aviation — and share it with the world.”
Photos should have a clear aviation/aerospace point of view. Judges are looking for high quality and dynamic composition, specifically images that capture the drama, excitement, and beauty of flight.
Winners will be announced by Oct. 31.
To enter, send an e-mail to email@example.com. You’ll automatically receive a detailed package of information, including forms and complete contest rules.
About BDN Aerospace Marketing
BDN is a highly specialized marketing communications company with an exclusive aerospace focus.
BDN develops and implements compelling strategies and integrated programs that help aerospace companies position, brand, and sell their products and services.
To execute these strategic programs, BDN employs Advertising, Print Materials, Trade Shows, Public Relations and digital media solutions.
Entries will be accepted through Sept. 15. Winners will be announced by Oct. 31.
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