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The Australian Photographic Society Photobook Competition

A project of the APS Print Group and Momento Pro

The Australian Photographic Society's fifth annual Photobook Competition is now closed for entry. The 2020 competition received a record 37 entries from 13 camera clubs. Huge congratulations to the six winners who share prizes of $1900 in prizes.


Storytelling category winners
Portfolio category winners View the winners books at 'The Momentum'.


$500 in cash prizes
The Australian Photographic Society Print Group will award cash prizes across the Portfolio and Storytelling categories:
$1400 in photo book voucher prizes
Momento Pro vouchers will be awarded to the six winners across the Portfolio and Storytelling categories:  

How to enter the competition

APSCON Photobook Competition
c/o Anne Pappalardo
20 Hawthorne Ave
Ashgrove, QLD, 4060

Printing your book with Momento Pro

If you plan to print your book entry with Momento Pro, order by 30 July to take advantage of our extra discount and to recieve it in time to meet the 21 August competition deadline.


Judging Criteria

Excellence and fitness for purpose in:
Additional criteria for Storytelling category:  

For more details contact

APS Photobook Competition Coordinator
Anne Pappalardo
0407 081098

Momento Pro Camera Club Program

In case you didn't know we have a Camera Club Program that gives members of the Australian Photographic Society, and approved camera clubs or photographic societies, access to the Momento Pro service, including a 30% discount on your first order then 10% off other orders.

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If you'd like to start a photo book award or competition for your camera club or photographic society, contact us for guidance on how to administer the competition and for Momento Pro voucher prizes.

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