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Photographs and videos taken or initially published between January 1st and December 31st, 2013 are eligible. Photos entered in past NJPPA POY contests are not eligible. The exception is the NJPPA Understanding Award. A contestant is limited to 30 entries total which includes a limit of 6 in multimedia categories. Photographer of the Year and NJPPA Understanding Award do not count toward the limit of 30.
New Jersey Natural Disaster
1st Ed Murray, Sandy
2nd Andy Mills, Beach
3rd Aristide Economopoulos, Union Beach
HM Aristide Economopoulos, Amish
1st April Saul, Killing
2nd Tyson Trish, Fight
3rd Peter Ackerman, Sandy
Watch a slide show of the First Place entry by April Saul of the Philadelphia Inquirer. THE KILLING FIELDS OF CAMDEN In 2012, Camden, NJ became not only the poorest city in America, but–following massive public safety layoffs the year before–the most dangerous. By year’s end, there were a record 67 homicides, and though most were related to drugs and gang warfare, many involved children and victims whose only crime was living in Camden.