The World’s Best Airshow Airplane Photo Contest
AeroSpaceNews.com is seeking the best airplane pictures from the world's Top Guns of aviation photography. The website's contest offers free entry, a nice prize and fun. Professional and amateur entrants are invited from around the world in this truly global hot pic competition.
AeroSpaceNews.com is pleased to announce the first in a regular series of fun and family friendly aviation, airline, military and space photo contests.
www.AeroSpaceNews.com is using the contest to showcase its new and user interactive airplane picture gallery. Founded by photographer and award winning film maker Craig Schmitman, the science and technology news magazine offers features and news on the leading edge of aerospace achievements illustrated by stunning pictures and moving images.
Entering the contest, registering on the site, viewing and voting on the picture entrants are all completely free!
AeroSpaceNews.com is seeking entrants worldwide from amateurs and professionals alike. The pictures may be of any air or space subject, flying, or on static display, taken at an airshow, at any time.
The winner, selected by votes entered by registered users on AeroSpaceNews.com, gets a personal copy of the download edition of Tiltrotor and The Future (worth aprox $29.95)
Tiltrotor and The Future is an hour long video documentary on the origins of the tiltrotor, convertiplanes, the X/V-3 and X/V-15 technology demonstration efforts, and the mission and technology behind today's awesome Bell/Boeing U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey. The U.S. Air Force is slated to receive its own variant, the CV-22 for special operations.
The contest is open and voting runs from October 28, 2005, through January 15, 2006. Complete contest rules are posted on AeroSpaceNews.com ( http://www.AeroSpaceNews.com ).
Aviation and space enthusiasts are among the most passionate and skilled photographers imaginable. The competition is expected to be very tough. Votes are counted from the moment the contest starts so hurry and upload your entries now. Come on - let's see if you are one of the Top Guns!
The World's Best Airshow Airplane Picture Contest Rules:
Acceptable Subject Matter:
Any air or space subject, flying or on static display, taken at an airshow.
We hate rules, but hey, it