125 Magazine and PrintSpace launch 125Live Photography Competition
125Live are looking for innovative photographs of any genre for an exhibition of cutting edge new photography. Photographs will be selected by a panel of industry experts.
Upload 10 images for £10 http://www.125world.com/125live-upload
Deadline 1st Sep.
Photovoice Awards ‘Stories of Community’
The idea of storytelling is an important element of PhotoVoice’s work. Each quarter, a new photographic competition, developed in partnership with theprintspace, will invite submissions from photographers worldwide, inspired by PhotoVoice’s values which guide our work, and judged by an expert panel.
The Summer Edition theme is ‘Stories of Community’, and entrants are invited to interpret this theme in any way they choose. The entries will be judged by an expert panel which includes acclaimed photographer Ben Hopper, founder of the Miniclick Photo Talks, Jim Stephenson and curator and photographer Stuart Pilkington.
Winners will receive the following:
£500 print credit at theprintspace, with runners up receiving £100 print credit.
A group exhibition for the shortlisted and winning entries held at theprintspace, 74 Kingsland Road, London.
A double page feature in PhotoVoice’s quarterly publication, sent to its network of members.
Promotion on both PhotoVoice and theprintspace’s website and newsletter, reaching over 25,000 people.
Invitation to attend and speak at a private view held at theprintspace.
PhotoVoice’s Gold and Platinum members will also receive an A3 print of the winning photographs as part of their membership.
Submit up to 6 images http://www.photovoice.org/awards/. Submissions cost £20 or are free for Photovoice members. Competition closes Mon 20th July
Borough Market launches charity photography exhibition ‘1000 photos of food’
Borough Market has launched a photography competition to raise awareness of food waste and poverty. In celebration of its 1000th year, the market is hoping to bring together 1000 images on the theme of food waste, surplus, and getting food to those in need.
In collaboration with food waste charity Plan Zheroes, Digital Photographer, Olympus and the Royal Society of Arts, Borough is inviting the public to submit their best photos of food. The competition, running in conjunction with Olympus, RSA and Digital Photographer, will see 25 shortlisted entries displayed in the Market Hall of the world famous market from June 27th-July 15th.
Amateur and experienced photographers alike can enter their best shots here: www.award.io/surplusfood. Entries are unlimited and the competition closes at midnight on 14th June.
2015 PCL Competition
The time has come for us to launch our new PCL Competition, here you will find all of the information on how to enter.
The theme for the competition is ‘HIDDEN’.
We are hoping to evoke a lot of interesting interpretations with this theme, so take it and shape it around whatever you enjoy shooting and find inspiring!
How you shoot and what camera you use is your decision completely, from iPhones to large format, go crazy and be as creative as possible! This theme could have a number of meanings, and we are really excited to see what you can come up with… Enjoy!
How to Enter
In order to enter you need to be a fan of Photography Course London on Facebook; you can do so by following this link – http://www.facebook.com/photographycourselondon and liking our page.
Once you are a fan head to our PCL Competition page – https://www.facebook.com/groups/pcl.competition/ and click ‘add photos’. Alternatively you can email your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please add/email no more than 3 images per person. (If more than 3 images are submitted only the first 3 will be considered)
Feel free to include any captions, titles or further information about your images within the post/email.
The closing date for entries is midnight on Monday 17 August 2015. Winners will be announced on Monday 24 August 2015.
1st Prize: 2 x Metro Imaging C Type Prints – 20″ x 16″ AND a Portfolio Review!
2nd Prize: 1 x Metro Imaging C Type Print 20″ x 16″ and 1 x Metro Imaging C Type Print 16″ x 12″
3rd Prize: 1 x Metro Imaging C Type Print 16″ x 12″
Renaissance Photography Prize – raising funds to support young women with breast cancer
Renaissance Photography Prize is an international award that showcases outstanding photography from emerging and established photographers while raising funds to support young women with breast cancer.
Now in its eighth year, the prize is looking to discover talent and celebrate the best in photography, giving image makers access to new opportunities and a world-wide audience for their work.
Entering gives photographers the chance to have their work seen by a panel of some of the industry’s most influential photography critics, as well as being exhibited in Getty Images Gallery, London, UK.
Photographers can enter single images and/or series of work. The competition is open to everyone and welcomes entries from all countries.
All profit from entry fees is donated to The Lavender Trust at Breast Cancer Care, UK.
Deadline is 12 June 2015
FIND OUT MORE AND HOW TO ENTER – renaissancephotography.org
Readers’ travel photography competition 2015 – Send in your pictures to win amazing prizes
© Fredrik Bowman, Huskies on forest trails near the Aurora Safari Camp.
Have camera, will travel? Then Guardian Travel’s annual photography competition is for you. It’s an opportunity for you to capture the essence of your journeys around the world, and for us to showcase your work online and – at the end of the year – in an exhibition at Guardian HQ.
And the overall prize is pretty great too.
The winner of each month’s competition (who must be a UK resident) will see their shot mounted and displayed in the end-of-year exhibition for the public at the Guardian’s offices in London. Once the exhibition is finished digital printers Point 101 will send you a copy of your shot to place with pride on your own wall.
The overall winner (chosen from the 12 monthly winners) will go on an amazing Artisan Travel four-night trip to Sörbyn Lodge and the Aurora Safari Camp situated in the Lassbyn Råne River Valley near Luleå – this is Lappish glamping in aurora borealis territory, providing an unforgettable adventure. The host for this specialist holiday is Fredrik Broman, who has been a nature photographer for 21 years, splitting his time between Kenya and Sweden. Fredrik, the founder of the Aurora Safari Camp, will assist participants in photographing a wide variety of winter subjects. The four-day trip will take place in March 2016 (dates to be announced).
This competition has already begun but there are still plenty of months left so get snapping! The upcoming months themes are:
- April: water
- May: faces
- June: geometry/geometric shapes
- July: action
- August: coast
- September: solitude
- October: architecture
- November: celebration
- December: food
FIND OUT MORE AND HOW TO ENTER – witness.theguardian.com