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Win a Real Life Ticket Scholarship

Our generous conference sponsor DVLOP is providing a ticket scholarship. The contest winner will also receive a mentorship session with Erika Jensen Mann of Two Mann Studios.

By the nature of modern photography, we all have to spend time digitally processing our images. Editing is an art form that catapults images from good to great in a few (thousand) clicks. DVLOP takes away around 990 of those steps, combining the ease of using predefined presets and the mastery of some of today’s top photographers. DVLOP presets up your game and encourages the editing adventure. Mix and match as you create your own masterpieces. 

The Real Life mission is to empower female and non-binary photographers. Finding sponsors that fit that mission is a big part of what makes the conference extraordinary. DVLOP wants to encourage and empower better images and better photographers. 

We are pleased to announce the DVLOP Real Life Scholarship. 


What can you win? 
First Place (1 winner - Value: $1500+)

  • 1 Real Life Conference Scholarship: Nov 6-8, 2018 - Canmore, Alberta, Canada (airfare and accommodation not included)

  • 1 hour mentor session with Erika Jensen Mann of Two Mann Studios

  • 1 Two Mann Studios' Mystical Potions Preset Pack

Second Place (2 winners - Value: $85 each)

Who can apply?
Female and Non-Binary Photographers. You know who you are. 

How to apply?
Choosing courage over comfort and respectfully challenging inner bias is a key pillar of the Real Life Conference. Submit an image based on this theme and write a few sentences on why this is important to you.

Why this topic?
The Real Life Mission is based on 5 core Pillars which are the foundation of the conference.

How long do I have to procrastinate?
The contest will run through October 5th, but maybe you should just enter today. Winners will be selected and notified before Oct 9th.



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