2017 Fluid Power Professionals’ Day Photo Contest Open

The fourth annual Fluid Power Professionals’ Day Photo Contest, run by the International Fluid Power Society and Fluid Power Journal, is officially open. Help celebrate fluid power by submitting your photos of the fluid power industry at work and the professionals who keep it going. The contest runs until March 31.

Judges will sort entries into themes to determine categories, providing multiple opportunities to win. The judging committee will determine the winners based on relevance to fluid power, photographic skill, and creativity. Prizes for each category are:

  • 1st place: $250
  • 2nd place: $100
  • 3rd place: $50

There is also a People’s Choice prize of $100 that will be judged online by you and your family and friends.

Winning photo contest entries will also be published in the Fluid Power Journal in the July/August issue as part of their Fluid Power Professionals’ Day celebration. The announcement of the winners will take place on Fluid Power Professionals’ Day, June 19, 2017. View last year’s entries and submit your own.

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