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Recently I’ve published some of my photos to compete with others at pixoto.com. You know what? I’ve manage to get the highest vote and three of my images has won as the top 10 images in Architecture & Design category! Cool!

What is Pixoto anyway? Pixoto is an online community where photographers compete to have the best images in their category. Photographers submitted their images and matched against each other in the ImageDuel system and voted on by other community members. The winners advance on the Image Leaderboards and vie for the coveted top spot.

What you need to do is just register, submit your images, wait for others to vote your photos and by the end of the week; you’ll get your results. In order for you to submit your images, you’ll need to get the credits whereby this credit is automatically added into your profile once you’ve voted in the ImageDuel – one image voted, you’ll get one credit. To submit an image you’ll need 10 credits, so if you want to submit more, you’ll need to vote more images that you think deserve as the best.

I’ve done mine and I’ve received the recognition from the community members and pixoto team. Below are the quotes from the email that I’ve received from them:


Because of your great submissions last week you have earned a place on Pixoto’s blog (http://blog.pixoto.com/) as the top photographer of the week in one of our categories.  In addition, you are going to be featured in our weekly leaderboard email.

Great work,

Team Pixoto”

Click at the image below to fly over to their blog. Thanks for your visits!

pixoto blog

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