Can you challenge our perspective of photography? Barbara Kasten (a photographer and professor) wrote that “Abstract photography challenges our popular view of photography as an objective image of reality by reasserting its constructed nature….Freed from its duty to represent, abstract photography continues to be a catchall genre for the blending of mediums and disciplines. It is an arena to test photography.” We invite you to unlock your creativity and submit your images.
The glaring difference between a photograph one remembers long after viewing, and one might sadly forget too soon, depends in part on whether the photo convincingly captures a definitive moment in time. As viewers, we long for connection to these moments. In strong photos, a back story becomes apparent and the tale it tells might evoke an emotional response captivating viewers even further, burning the image into memory, allowing your audience to unfold stories of their own.
International Images for Science is calling for images that cover all breadth of science from medicine, forensic science, zoology, engineering, astronomy, all scientific fields. The competition is open to all, RPS members and non-members. There are three age specific categories: Aged 17 and Under, Aged 18 – 25, and Aged 26 and Over. International Images for Science is supported by Siemens.
Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation’s Science without Borders® Challenge is an international art competition that engages students to promote the need to preserve, protect, and restore the world’s oceans and aquatic resources.
Photographic art as response to environmental concerns, human rights, personal freedoms, religions, governments and the global human condition. Send us your photo-based work that fits the call. All genres, subjects, capture types and photographic processes both traditional and unique are eligible for selection by the juror, Christy Havranek, Photo Director of the Huffington Post. Awards given, Gallery and Online Exhibition, Artist Promotions + More
Submit your best work for a chance to win up to $8,000 in cash prizes, be selected by our curators for the P×3 exhibition in Paris and inclusion in the Annual P×3 book. The “Prix de la Photographie, Paris” (P×3) strives to promote the appreciation of photography, to discover emerging talent, and introduce photographers from around the world to the artistic community of Paris.
International Images for Science is calling for images that cover all breadth of science from medicine, forensic science, zoology, engineering, astronomy, all scientific fields.
Photomicrographs must be taken using a light microscope. The use of Nikon equipment is not required.
People come out of darkness and return to it as shooting stars. Are they self-luminous or not? Do they reflect or emanate light? Is the photography an ark of memory where the pictured world rescued from the oblivion's gloom?
Organized by Italian Public Administrations, with Italian patronage, it will take place at the medieval city of Pravisdomini, near Venice (Italy). The award ceremony will take place in June during the “Photography Week”, along with many other cultural events. Free access to the public coming from all the world, with also entertainment, food & drink stands and more. Open for Two Categories: Professional and Amateur.