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Wedding Photography

With Pye Jirsa
Show Us Your Best Wedding Photos, Win Thousands In Prizes

For our March photography contest, we want to see your best wedding photos!


3rd place wins any tutorial from the Fstoppers Store

2nd place wins a Loupedeck CT

1st place wins a 12-month group mentorship with Pye Jirsa

Prizes must be accepted by messaging Lee Morris within 30 days of the end of the contest. 

Contest Rules:

1. Each contestant may submit up to three images

2. Images this month must be wedding-related

3. Each image submitted must include a description of the photograph. We want to know how it was taken, the lighting used, the gear used, and any post-processing you did to it. Images without a description will be disqualified.

4. Each photographer is only allowed to win one grand prize/year and one tutorial/year but they may still submit images to, and be featured in all 12 contests. 

5. Everyone is encouraged to rate and comment on everyone's submitted photos but the highest-rated image will not necessarily win the grand prize.  

While this contest is running we have discounted our wedding photography tutorial to its lowest price ever of $49. Watch the trailer below. 

Featured image by Tímár Bence

  • Submission Deadline: Fri, 29 Mar 24 17:00:00 +0000

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  • 35 people have cast a total of 803 votes on 62 submissions from 29 contestants.
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I’m assuming that submission grants fstoppers certain limited usage rights, but not transfer of copyright. Where can I find terms & conditions? our privacy policy is almost identical to every other major website. If you post something, we have the right to use it, not because we want to steal it but because we have to protect ourselves from insane lawsuits. We just finished spending 30k on lawyer fees to win our last case.

Where is results of architecture contest?

The privacy statement says almost nothing about usage rights for images posted to the site, other than that submitted images may be published to the general public. This leaves my original question largely unanswered, but at least the absence of any rights-grabbing language leaves the copyright holder’s rights intact.
On a more timely topic, does your site have mechanisms to prevent images from being scraped for AI training?

Do we have to remove watermarking from the posting?

You don't have to but I find them a little annoying

Ok thank you! I hope I can just change the picture without deleting the entry.

Contest Submissions

Click on the thumbnails below to comment and vote on each image.

Click here to learn about the Fstoppers rating system and what each star value means.