Attention procrastinators:
Due to overwhelming demand and the high-volume of last-minute submissions received yesterday, PDN has extended the deadline to enter the Photo Annual until Monday, February 21, at Midnight EST with no further late fee. Forms and rules can be found at www.pdnphotoannual.com.

But we urge all of you procrastinators out there: Please do not to wait until 11:45 pm EST on Monday to start filling out forms and entering your photos, videos and Web sites, or to contact the tech team with questions or concerns you may have as you upload your entries. The jury of curators, photo editors,book publishers, art buyers and art directors have to  begin the  judging very soon!

Go to www.pdnphotoannual.com now, while you’re calm, and enter your best work.

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