Share your photo from the wild which can include your local park. Just get outside and capture what you find. Share your shots of birds, squirrels or whatever you can capture.
The London Image Festival is annual festival celebrating both photography & cinematography. The LIF is all about the best in imagery. The London image Festival (LIF) is an exploration of the power of images, both still and moving. LIF brings together international entries to showcase outstanding visuals in photography and film. The festival is a reflective space for exploring imagery in all its forms. The LIF competitions are open to all photographers.
For this year’s competition theme, Mobility in an Unstable World, we are looking for photos and illustrations exploring migration in a world where societies and governments are facing dramatic shifts and challenges. Images can be anything from a symbolic illustration of the changing attitudes towards migration, to a personal depiction of moving to a new place. Winning entries will be of high quality, good composition and contain strong imagery.
Black+White Photography magazine, in association with Fujifilm, is delighted to announce the competition to find the Black+White Photographer of the Year 2018 (BPOTY 2018) is now open. Pictures can be taken in any style, with any equipment and at any time. Image manipulation on a computer or in the darkroom is allowed, but the judges will be looking for a sophisticated and gentle approach to image editing, so it is recommended not to overdo any particular image adjustment unless it clearly adds.
The LBS Photography Awards is the first photography competition exploring the impact of doing business on today’s global challenges. The Awards are sponsored by Canon and supported by the London Business School. We’re looking for stories that will inspire and promote projects with significant community, human or environmental impact. Entries should focus on how organisations have the power to shape our society and our lives. When we talk about organisations we do it broadly,
International Garden Photographer of the Year is the world’s premier competition for garden, plant and botanical photography. Top prize for a single image is £7,500, 1st Place Portfolio receives £2,000 and a gold medal from The Royal Photographic Society. There are 11 main categories all with equipment prizes and special awards with money can’t buy experiences. We launch our annual exhibition of winners at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew every February and tour across the world.
Calling all photographers – emerging and experienced. Under patronage of PSA, IUP, RPS, GPU, MOL. Massive 216 awards, medals, cash. Categories: Open Color, Mono, Love, Portrait & Nude. Low entry fees, early bird discount , high acceptance rate. Successful entries count toward prestigious distinction programs. Beautiful 5th anniversary catalogue for all entrants – you may see your works along other acclaimed authors.
This call theme is “Violet.” A bluish-purple shade, a flowering plant, the name of a woman – violet takes on a variety of forms. Violet is even associated with royalty, the unconventional, and ambiguity. Violet can be expressed in a symbolic, literal, modern, traditional, abstract, or completely unique way. Colour your canvas and notepad with violet, and share your vision with the world.
“Mountains under Pressure: climate, hunger, migration” is the theme chosen for this year's celebration of International Mountain Day. As a partner, MiratecArts also adopted the theme for the International Photography Contest. Fifteen years ago, the United Nations General Assembly designated 11 December “International Mountain Day”. Since 2003, it has been observed every year to create awareness about the importance of mountains to life.