How to Win Photo Competitions!

"Enter Photo Competitions with the unfair advantage!"

I used to suck at Photo Competitions....

After a few minor photo competition successes, I entered the 2013 Focus Awards absolutely full of confidence, my ego had taken hold and all I could think about was all the recognition and prizes I was going to win.

You guessed it, it was an absolute fail!

However, failure is one of my key inspirations and every time it happens (fairly often) the cogs in my mind start spinning as I try to figure out how to never let it happen again.

At the time, I was still a carpenter/builder and as I went about the rest of the day my mind was elsewhere contemplating how I could improve my chances of photo competition success in the future.

Then an idea struck me, a lightbulb moment, what if the winning photo competition galleries, the top 20/50/100 scoring photos that are always published on the relevant competition websites contained a pattern as to which photos might be more likely to be successful in a photo competition.

I couldn't stop thinking about it, I raced home, turned on the computer, opened an Excel spreadsheet and created a series of columns based on photographic criteria.

Great Light, Black and White, High Saturation, ect, etc

I then scoured the galleries of my favorite photo competitions, one by one I viewed each image and ticked the various boxes on my excel spreadsheet. 

I was hoping to see patterns of specific photographic criteria common to the top-scoring photos. 

Not only did I find a series of patterns, their significance blew my mind.

There were three very important photographic elements found within almost all of the winning photos, so much so, if your photos didn't contain at least two of these three elements it was almost impossible to win photo competitions. 

Enter Photo Competitions with the unfair advantage!

Have you ever noticed that the same handful of photographers seem to win all the high profile photo competitions? 

It's true, the same names tend to end up on the winner's list time and time again.  

Photo competitions are no different from any other competition in the fact that if it is your first time entering you are probably not going to be all that great. To be great in any competition generally requires figuring out the subtleties of success. 

So what can we do to give ourselves the best chance of winning?

The reason the same photographers tend to always win is that after several years of entering they have figured out what works and what doesn't.

Keep on mind, like me, those winners once sucked at photo competitions too. 

But, that kind of experience comes at a cost. They have probably, entered their best 4 or more photos into at least 5 photo competitions per year, over a period of 2-3 years. If we do the math at an average of $25usd per photo that kind of experience is likely to cost well over $1000.

You can get that same level of experience by signing up to this one course!

What if I told you that you already have GOLD-winning photos in your collection?

Yes 100%, you already have photos in your collection that have the potential to achieve awards at the highest levels and win the biggest international photo competitions! 

How do I know this? 

Over the years, I have taught Photoshop to thousands of passionate photographers of all levels, from absolute beginners to experienced professionals. 

And the one thing they all have in common is GOLD-worthy photos in their collections. 

I bet your wondering, how can absolute beginners and experienced professionals both be at the same level? 

You are right; they are not. However, without fail, no matter the skill level I could always find photos with GOLD level potential on the hard drives of every single photographer that I have taught. 

Granted, the beginners generally had fewer gold-potential photos than the more experienced photographers; however, regardless of skill or experience, I could always find the diamonds among the rough. 

Therefore, I am 100% sure that you too have photos of the highest level in your collection; but, which ones are they? 

If you are like me, you probably have 20,000 - 200,000 photos on your hard drives. 

And if you have entered a competition before you might know that your favorite photo is often the one the scores the lowest. Just because we like it doesn't mean it will do well in a photo competition. 

We should absolutely take photos to please ourselves, however, to be successful in photo competitions we need to put our emotions aside and choose photos that will please the judges.

In this short video course, I will teach you the key criteria that judges tend to favor and show you how to find those winning images within your own photo collection. 



Introducing:

The How to Win Photo Competitions Course "Get the edge and enter photo competitions with an unfair advantage!"  

How to Win Photo Competitions

With Adam Williams - AIPP Certified Master Photographer.

Enter photo competitions knowing that you have an unfair advantage!  

Learn the formula that the world's best photographers are using to give themselves the edge in photo competitions.

You get:

  • Learn the formula that the world's best photographers use to win photo competitions
  • 58-minute Video Lesson - How to Win Photo Competitions
  • 53-minute Video Lesson - The Formula of Interesting Photography
  • Sign Up Today for Bonus #1 - (Get in Quickly) Adam's secret formula to add more WOW factor! 
  • Sign Up Today for Bonus #2 - Download and keep the entire course forever!
  • • 365-day money-back guarantee. Not satisfied? Just email me for a full refund of your purchase price


Email adam@easywayphotography.com

I can't guarantee that you will win, however, if you don't feel this course has improved your photography and increased your chances just email me for a full refund of the course purchase price.


Yours today for just $55

* Price in $USD


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Image selection is the most important skill in building your reputation as an exceptional photographer.

Not only is selecting the right photos critical to doing well in photo competitions, but it is also the single most important skill in building your reputation as an exceptional photographer.

All photographers of all skill levels have both brilliant and bad photos in their collections. Yes, the more skill and experience the photographer has will generally result in a higher ratio of brilliant over bad images.

That being said, if both the beginners and the best photographers have both brilliant and bad photos to choose from, then there can be no doubt that one of the most important skills in becoming an exceptional photographer is image selection. 

In other words, your reputation as a photographer is directly related to the quality of the photos you choose to share. 

Having a better understanding of what makes a great photo, along with being more critical and more selective about which photos you share, is likely to elevate your standing as a photographer more than any other skill.

Exceptional photographers only share exceptional photos! (When was the last time your favorite photographer shared a bad photo?)

You will be able to take the knowledge you learn in this course and use it to build a reputation as an exceptional photographer by being more selective and refined about the photos you share.

Should you trust this guy???

He might look a bit shady, but......... :)  

All jokes aside,

Adam is one of Australia's most creative and emotive landscape photographers who has received international recognition and awards for many of his images.  

"Awards and recognition are great; however, my greatest joy comes from helping over 6000 (and counting) passionate photographers achieve their own creative successes!" - Adam Williams

  • A teacher and mentor to 6000+ photographers 
  • AIPP Master Photographer of 20-years' experience 
  • Adobe Certified Expert
  • All-round good guy....... hmmm, at least that's what he says...

Adam's Competition Wins  

  • 1st Place International Loupe Awards Open Landscape 2013  
  • APPA Australian Emerging Professional Photographer of the Year 2014  
  • AIPP APPA Highest Scoring Landscape Photo 2014  
  • Winner - Image of the Year Focus Awards 2014  
  • Represented Australia at the World Photographic Cup 2015  
  • Aipp NSW Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015  
  • Aipp NSW Professional Photographer of the Year 2015  
  • Aipp NSW Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016  
  • Aipp NSW Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017  
  • Aipp NSW Professional Photographer of the Year 2017

*** BREAKING NEWS***  

Easy Way Photography Students Dominate the 2018/19 Photography Awards!

The 2018 Focus Photography awards and 2018 Better Photography Awards (two of the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere), were absolutely dominated by the students of Easy Way Photography! 

In the 2018 Focus awards, featuring over 2000 entries and a prize pool of over $40,000, the Easy Way Photography students took out 22 of the possible 24 prizes available!  

Focus Photography Awards 2018 

  • Open - 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
  • Landscape - 1st, and 3rd.
  • Seascape - 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
  • Urban Landscape - 1st, and 3rd.
  • Black and White - 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
  • Sunrise Sunset - 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
  • Creative - 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.


In the Better Photography Awards, featuring entries from all around the world, the Easy Way Photography students took out:  

Better Photography Awards 2018  

  • Landscape - 1st, and 2nd.
  • Sport - 3rd, and 4th. 
  • Travel - 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.
  • Creative - 2nd, and 3rd.
  • Nature - 3rd.  

 

And the results continue to be impressive with Easy Way Photography students again winning all six of the amateur categories in the recent 2019 Focus Photography Awards!


What other Photographers really think.......

Alison: "Love your teaching style: simple, straightforward, thorough and full of valuable information. Thanks a million for sharing your knowledge." 

Herman: "Your way of teaching and engaging is so comfortable and encouraging, you make it feel so possible and rewarding, thank you for every second. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, experience and skills with us, I am forever indebted to you."

Leigh: "Adam is a wonderful presenter and teacher. He connects with his audience, and presents his work in a way that is easy to comprehend."

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No-Risk! - Sign up and try this course for an entire year, and if it hasn't improved your photography, just email adam@easywayphotography.com and I will refund your payment in full. No questions asked.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long do I have access to the course content?

A: You will be able to download all the course content and keep them for good.

Q: How will I receive the course materials?

A: As soon as payment is complete, you will be given the instructions to access and download the complete course.

Q: Do I need Photoshop or a specific photo editing software?

A: No, all the theories within this course can be applied using any photo editing software of your choosing.

Q: Is this course for Mac or PC?

A: Both; all of the course content is compatible with both Mac and PC.

Q: I have another question?

A: Not a problem. Just email me at Adam@easywayphotography.com and I will get back to you ASAP.

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Introducing:

The How to Win Photo Competitions Course "Get the edge and enter photo competitions with an unfair advantage!"  

How to Win Photo Competitions

With Adam Williams - AIPP Certified Master Photographer.

Enter photo competitions knowing that you have an unfair advantage! Learn the formula that the world's best photographers are using to give themselves the edge in photo competitions.

You get

  • Learn the formula that the world's best photographers use to win photo competitions
  • 58-minute Video Lesson - How to Win Photo Competitions
  • 53-minute Video Lesson - The Formula of Interesting Photography
  • Sign Up Today for Bonus #1 - (Get in Quickly) Adam's secret formula to add more WOW factor! 
  • Sign Up Today for Bonus #2 - Download and keep the entire course forever!
  • • 365-day money-back guarantee. Not satisfied? Just email me for a full refund of your purchase price


Email adam@easywayphotography.com

I can't guarantee that you will win, however, if you don't feel this course has improved your photography and increased your chances just email me for a full refund of the course purchase price.

Yours today for just $55

* Price in $USD


Hope for the best or take the unfair advantage?


You are left with two choices - 

Option #1 {Hope for the best}

Entering just one photo in one of these high profile competitions is going to cost $20-30 USD. By the time you enter your four best photos in four different competitions, you will be in for $400USD. A huge investment to be just crossing your fingers and hoping for the best.

Or

Option #2 {Take the unfair advantage}

Spend just a few dollars on this course and you will learn the formula that the best photographers in the world are using to win the biggest photo competitions!