I would like to share with you the following message from Derrick Bruton regarding the 2020-2021 Texas Photography Contest and some changes to the submission process that will take place this year:
"As a friendly reminder, this contest is only open to senior 4-H members and photos for this contest qualify from county to state. District photography contests have no bearing on qualification.
I also want to announce a slight change in the registration process.
This change will enable us to have photos entered directly into the online
judging system while also maintaining your approvals of eligibility within
Members will continue to make category selections and pay for entries on 4HOnline, but will now upload their photos in a separate system called Submittable (the same platform we used last year for online judging). When a member completes his/her 4HOnline registration, he/she will receive an automated email with a link and instructions to upload their photos into Submittable.
The entry timeline is April 1-15, which applies to both 4HOnline and Submittable. After the 15th, neither system will accept late entries." These entries will show up as pending until they are approved at the county level (we can only approve one entry per category) and at the state level.
I am also including the letter for the contest below: