Retina Today’s 2013 Eyetube Ophthalmic Imaging Central Contest

Retina Today is running a contest to find the cover image for their September 2013 issue! This is your chance to land the cover of an important ophthalmic publication. All ophthalmic photographers and clinicians are invited to enter the 2013 Eyetube Ophthalmic Imaging Central Contest now through August 5, 2013 for their chance to win and get their image on the cover. Finalists will be announced later in August before a final winner is selected.


For this contest, Retina Today is looking for “striking digital images of posterior segment disease states.” The magazine’s editors are specifically interested in images that feature “hallmark symptoms” or those that present a difficult and challenging diagnosis, such as the following:

–          Chorodial Neovascularization

–          Retinal Detachment

–          Diabetic Macular Edema

–          Retinal Vein Occlusion

–          Ocular Tumor

–          Macular Telangiectasia

Panretinal Photocoagulation in Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

Panretinal Photocoagulation in Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy.  Source: Alfons Margalef Bonet (Photographer), Instituto Microcirurgia Ocular IMO; Barcelona, Spain

Retinal Detachment With PVR

Retinal Detachment With PVR.  Source: Alfons Margalef Bonet (Photographer), Instituto Microcirurgia Ocular IMO; Barcelona, Spain

Ophthalmic photographers and clinicians are welcome to submit multiple images to illustrate the case in point, but please identify which image you’d like to be considered for the cover art of the magazine. Images can be taken with any imaging device. Ophthalmic photographers and clinicians can also submit as many entries as they wish. All images deemed eligible will be posted on the Eyetube Ophthalmic Imaging Central Portal for the purpose of advancing skills and diagnosis of ocular diseases. Contest entries should be submitted in HIPPA-compliant, web-ready formats.


For a complete description of the contest and additional information regarding submissions, as well as to enter the contest, visit the Eyetube website.


We encourage our optomap customers to consider submitting an image for this contest, as this is a great opportunity to get your image in front of the eyes of 6,000 retinal specialists around the world. We are excited about this opportunity and look forward to seeing the winning image on the September issue of Retina Today!


Practitioners and clinicians interested in learning more about optomap may visit our website for additional information or to request a consultation to speak with a representative for more details.