Enter the 2014 ASCE Bridges Photo Contest

Posted by Joe Gentle on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Bridges Contest

The Bridges Photo Contest closes this Monday, March 31st, but there’s still time to get the good side of your favorite bridge. Seven categories encourage variety–rather than sending one more picture of the Golden Gate Bridge with fog rolling in, why not try to snap a local Pedestrian Bridge, or a Small-Town Bridge? Prize categories include:

  •  All Bridges
  •  Small Town/City Bridges (in towns with populations less than 100,000)
  •  New Bridges (opened between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2013).
  •  High Dynamic Range (HDR) Images
  •  Pedestrian Bridges
  •  Engineering Firms (images created as works-for-hire)
  •  ASCE Student Members

Each category offers first and second prizes. Increase your chances of winning by entering up to five photos!

This year’s panel of judges includes professors, engineers and photographers. Check out panel judge Ken Maschke’s blog post offering pointers on framing and composing your bridge photos.

To get more information on the contest, check out past winners, or submit your work, visit the 2014 Bridges Photo Contest web site.

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