Fine Art Photography Daily

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01/01/2022 – 12/31/2022

Innovate Grant – 2022 Call for Photographers

Innovate Grant is now accepting submissions for 2022 Cycles. Innovate Grant awards (2) $550.00 grants each quarter (in the Q1: Winter, Q2: Spring, Q3: Summer, and Q4: Fall), to one Photographer and one Visual Artist. In addition, (4) honorable mentions (2 in art and 2 in photo), will be featured and recognized on our website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists.



Eye Mama Project

Eye Mama Project is thrilled to be publishing a MAMA GAZE BOOK with teNeues, due out summer 2023.

The Eye Mama Project is a global visual platform that aims to highlight the work of photographers that identify as mamas, looking introspectively into their own families and homes from 2020 onwards. Sharing the MAMA GAZE – the story of motherhood by mama eyes.

Eye mama project has been featured in Vogue Italy, British Journal of Photography, National Geographic, Creative Review amongst other publications. This ever-expanding social archive has created a collective lens on humanity, care and motherhood, with empowerment and visibility at the core of this socially engaged project




Delaplaine Arts Center

Frederick, MD

The National Juried Photography Exhibition is held biennially in November at the Delaplaine as part of FOCUS, our month-long celebration of photography. Artists residing within the U.S. are invited to enter up to three (3) photographs for consideration. The entry fee is $35 per artist ($25 if the artist is a current member of the Delaplaine). All photographs, black & white, color, non-silver, computer-manipulated, digital, or pinhole are eligible.



Image as Object — The Tangible in the Intangible

Ohio University School of Art

Athens, OH

Through the means of photography and visual media, we commemorate — a moment, a place, a person, a thought, a feeling, a concept. We work to recuperate and reimagine memories, dreams and facades. How do photographs and their ‘object-ness’ suppose to memorialize that which is otherwise always in flux? What are we trying to hold onto, if anything, in our images?

Alternatives seeks submissions of poignant works that explore the artist’s interpretation of ‘image as object’, the physical manifestation of that which can’t otherwise be pinned down — the tangible in the intangible. Artists working broadly within the spectrum of image-based media, including conventional and non-traditional photographic processes, moving images and installations are welcome. To apply, please visit the Slideroom link attached below. Image as Object – The Tangible in the Intangible (2023) will be a presentation of Alternatives, a juried biennial exhibition sponsored by the MFA Photography + Integrated Media cohort at Ohio University’s School of Art + Design. Since its inception in 1980, Alternatives has achieved national recognition for its leadership in forging new definitions in the medium by emphasizing the work of photographers in the conceptual forefront of the practice.




We connect with people, places or even situations. Sometimes, and for a variety of reasons this connection loosens and other times it is lost. What does “reconnection” mean to you? For example, what’s the relationship and connection that a photographer can have with their subject, the act of photographing or with photography itself? How or in what ways can we reconnect with other people, places, landscapes or situations?

You can approach the topic of reconnection in both its narrow and broad sense. We are open to all approaches and ideas.

Submission is free!



2022 Street Photography Award

This month we are celebrating street photography of all styles and are on the hunt for your most compelling examples!⁠

Candid depictions of quotidian life; prismatic hues amongst the grey of the city; subtle moments of joy, humor, or love: we want to see YOUR streets!⁠

1st prize: $1000 · 2nd prize: $600 · 3rd prize: $400



Black & White

Praxis Gallery

Minneapolis, MN

Half a century after the advent of color film, black and white & monochromatic photography continues to capture our collective imagination. Utilizing tone, contrast, texture and shape, monochromatic photography strips its subject to only the most essential visual elements; revealing a sense of soul, substance and meaning – separate from the shifting sentiments, symbolism and cultural associations of color imagery.

Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic works that demonstrate the fundamental qualities that make black and white & monochromatic photography an enduring, contemporary art form. All genres, capture types, black & white and color, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.



Color Awards 2022

Dodho Magazine


We invite you to participate in the first edition of the color awards. we are looking for the best color picture for this year, 2022.The competition is open to any interpretation of color photography in all its dimensions, from everyday reality to pure abstraction

All the different photographic genres have their place in the Color Awards, photojournalism, portrait, nude, architecture, landscape, wildlife, abstraction, experimental, street photography, still life, artistic photography, or alternative processes. We look forward to seeing images with unique points of view and innovative approaches, as well as images that go within the more traditional ways of Color photography.



Open Show #43 Pasadena/East LA

THEME: “When the Students Become the Teachers”
This is an Open Theme – Submit your best project!

This call is open to all current photography students, as well as those who graduated in 2020, 2021 and 2022. We are looking for a cohesive photo-based project, up to 20 images, video is also accepted (max. 5 minutes). We want this to be an opportunity for you to show your work beyond the academic setting and engage you in the larger photographic community.



Shades of Gray

Gray Loft Gallery

Oakland, CA

Show us your photos of cool dispassionate neutrals, sophisticated deep charcoal, a glimmer of gray in a color landscape, the mid tones of a perfect b/w print…
Neither stark white nor imposing black, gray is the ultimate negotiator, and the color of complexity.
Gray is the color of intellect and of compromise. It’s a diplomatic color, balancing the distance between black and white. Gray can be elegant, cool, and a bit mysterious.

“The color of truth is gray.” Andre Gide

Photographs in black and white or color are eligible.
All photo-based work will be considered.

This exhibit is open to artists in the greater Bay Area*. Accepted work must be hand delivered and picked up. We can’t accept shipped photos – * however if you live outside the Bay Area and have a friend who can deliver and pick up – we can accept those pieces.



TCF Autumn 2022 Show

The Curated Fridge

Somerville, MA

The Curated Fridge welcomes Donna Garcia as the refrigecurator of the Autumn 2022 Show!

Donna Garcia is a curator, lens-based artist, educator, podcaster and editorial photographer based in Atlanta, GA. Best known for her conceptual self-portraiture and uncanny noir style, her work explores the performative potential of the medium of photography as well as the idea of how we exist within liminal space.



Thirteen to Thirty

Soho Photo Gallery

New York, NY

Soho Photo Gallery is a cooperative gallery founded 50 years ago by photographers for photographers. As part of our 50th Anniversary we are organizing a competition and exhibition for young photographers ages 13 to 30. There are no restrictions on subject matter or medium. Let your creativity flourish!

Our jurors are interns at Soho Photo Gallery: young local photography students. It is they who conceived the competition in the first place, and it is they who will select the winning entries.

Entrants must be between the ages of 13 to 30 and reside in New York State, New Jersey or Connecticut. Those photographers under 18 years old must have their parents enter the images on CaFE for them and confirm that they are the parent or legal guardian.

Winners will be exhibited in our gallery and on our website December 14, 2022 to January 8, 2023. There will be an opening reception with a panel discussion among the exhibiting photographers on Saturday, December 17 from 1 to 6pm.



Telling Tales

SE Center For Photography

Greenville, SC

For our entire lives we’ve been told every picture tells a story. A Single image can have a powerful storytelling impact, change the way we see, and leave a lasting impression. Often, a signature image or motif is associated with an artist or photographer or project. We’re looking for images that stand on their own, able to tell a story without supporting images.

Our juror for the Telling Tales is Blue Mitchell. Mitchell is an artist and independent publisher. Based in Portland, Oregon, he has been involved with many facets of the photographic arts.

Mitchell states “I’m nostalgic. I am deeply interested in photo and art history, yet I’m not crippled by what’s already been done, ‘cause everything has. I do not limit my photographic toolbox. I have no problems ruining my art… for its own sake. That includes film and prints… all those lovely, precious artifacts.”

35-40 Selected images will hang in the SE Center’s main gallery space for approximately one month with the opportunity to be invited for a solo show at a later date. In addition, selected images are featured in the SE Center social media accounts (FB, IG, Twitter) and an archived, online slide show. A video walkthrough of each exhibition is also featured and archived.



National Juried Photography Exhibition

The Delaplaine Arts Center

Frederick, MD

The National Juried Photography Exhibition is held biennially in November at the Delaplaine as part of FOCUS, our month-long celebration of photography. Artists residing within the U.S. are invited to enter up to three (3) photographs for consideration. The entry fee is $35 per artist ($25 if the artist is a current member of the Delaplaine). All photographs, black & white, color, non-silver, computer-manipulated, digital, or pinhole are eligible.



Primary Colors

New York Center for Photographic Arts

New York, NY

RED, YELLOW, and BLUE balloons were the trademark of Wonder Bread for 1950s TV kids. They are also the three basic paint colors an artist needs. Although mixed together you can create a world of color, each stands out on its own as an important visual element.

This competition is about images in which one of these colors is a critical component. You will submit each image into one of the categories RED, YELLOW or BLUE. Possibilities include – black and white photographs with a single point of color, a red, yellow or blue monochrome, essentially any image where red, yellow or blue stands out as an important part of the composition. Is the blue sky a main element of your image, a red ball or maybe a funky pair of yellow sunglasses? Have you modified a print to be all shades of red? Be creative and send us your best!



Camera Work: Trees and Water

Black Box Gallery

Portland, OR

Black Box Gallery is excited to announce a juried group photo show on Trees and Water. This exhibition will look to feature both subjects in a dynamic and diverse exhibition on contemporary photography. Trees and Water are both powerful and important subjects. Water can be an ocean, a river, a pool, a fountain, rain or mist or fog, lakes, snow and waves. And Trees can be great subjects of composition, giving the picture a strong foundation to play with the visual elements of space and time. This exhibit will look at both subjects and the powerful visual language of contemporary photographers who are exploring and documenting these exciting subjects. There is a lot of space here for magical and poetic pictures, explore your technique and ideas, the gallery looks forward to hosting a dynamic and exciting exhibition.





Boston, MA

The power of art is healing. This theory rests upon the fact that art connects with emotion. It’s an energy. The mood in a piece can connect the viewer in a deeply profound way. An atmosphere has the ability to deliver a certain mental state- sadness, boredom, happiness, fear, surprise, anger, pride, desire, anxiety…and so on. What emotional value does your work convey? Show us MOOD from your perspective.



Everybody In! Black & White: Open Call

South x Southeast Photo Gallery

Molena, Georgia

Curated by Nancy McCrary

On the Walls and Online December/January.

30 images will grace the walls of the bricks and mortar gallery. At least one image from each entry will grace the online gallery. All will be for sale for the holidays.




Decode Gallery

Tucson, AZ

Black and white photography still thrives today, despite the emergence of color photography in the 1890’s. From deep blacks, nostalgic grays to brilliant whites the genre relies on form, lines, and shape to tell the story. As shades of gray continue to inspire photographic artists, we are looking to honor the art in this group exhibition.



The Surreal

The Chateau Gallery

Louisville, KY

We often imagine that the Surrealists worked to create profoundly weird and unconventional work as a matter of course. These artists captured images whose strangeness resulted from the bizarre juxtaposition of everyday objects, made unfamiliar by virtue of unreality. Consider the Daliesque fusion of a lobster into a telephone or the strange scenes of Un Chien Andalou. Surrealism is not simply a period trapped in the past; the surreal persists, manifesting throughout mediums to the present. How does your work transform reality into the lucid realm of the surreal? The Surreal is an international juried group exhibition open to photographers ages 18 years and older. All black and white, color, conventional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.



GLF Climate 2022 Photo Competition

The GLF is accepting applications for the GLF Climate 2022 Photo Competition. Send your best pictures on how the climate crisis is impacting your landscape – or how your local community is dealing with it. Entries will be accepted until 16 October. Finalists will be announced on 26 October. The winners will be announced on 11 November at GLF Climate 2022 alongside COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.

Prizes: Cash prizes of USD 400 (1st place), USD 300 (2nd place) and USD 200 (popular vote).
A spread and interview in Landscape News. A showcase at the GLF Climate 2022 Art Gallery.

Eligibility: The GLF Climate Photo Competition is open to anyone aged 18 or above, whether you’re a photo enthusiast or a professional photographer. Photos from any country will be accepted. By submitting the photo, the participant guarantees that their participation follows the rules and agrees with the terms of this competition. Photos that have previously won other photographic contests will not be considered.



The Life of Color

Praxis Gallery

Minneapolis, MN

Color is said to be three-dimensional because of its three unique aspects. When you seek to define a specific color, there are three properties to consider: Hue, Value, and Saturation. These properties are the building blocks of the poetic and symbolic signification of color in creative photographic expression.

Color is a powerful tool in composing a poetic visual statement and is highly descriptive in developing the imaginative capabilities of the mind’s eye. Certain colors carry a symbolic weight to them that when used in visual arts evokes certain moods, thoughts, ideas, and concepts, merely by their presence. Color creates different emotions and feelings. These reactions are rooted in psychological effects, biological conditioning, and cultural imprinting.

Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic art that explores these implications of color as a central device in the creation of compelling photographic art. All genres, capture types, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.



Carmignac Photojournalism Award

Fondation Carmignac


Selected by an international jury, the laureate will receive a €50,000 grant to carry out a 6-month field report with the support of the Fondation Carmignac, which produces, upon their return, a travelling exhibition and the publication of a monograph.

Although a benchmark in West Africa for its political stability and multiple political parties, the cradle of pan-Africanism must confront its proliferating open dumps—such as Agbogbloshie, where nearly 80,000 people reside. The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has identified Ghana as one of the world’s top sites of electronic waste.
International law mobilized to limit the transport of hazardous waste with the Basel Convention in 1992, followed by the Bamako Convention in 1998. Yet no change has been implemented. Swayed by lower costs, Western Europe is one of the regions that exports the most illegal waste today—nearly 600,000 tonnes per year—despite having its own efficient recycling centres.

About 95% of electronic waste in Ghana is collected and recycled through the informal economy. Without any health regulations, this work is often carried out by untrained minors seeking to recover valuable materials, such as copper and gold. These individuals are exposed to hundreds and hundreds of harmful substances, including lead and mercury. These are not biodegradable and accumulate in the ecosystem and living beings. According to WHO (World Health Organization): “A child who consumes even a single chicken egg from Agbogbloshie will absorb 220 times the daily limit of chlorinated dioxins (environmental pollutants).”

Photography has played an important role in the life of this post-colonial society, bearing witness to daily and family life as well as revealing a political and cultural golden age in the 1960s and 1970s. It is important today that this medium confronts realities that challenges the utopia of a common world championed since independence.




SE Center For Photography

Greenville, SC

Open Call is just that, an open theme – all subjects, The SE Center is looking for images of any theme, media, digital, analog, or antique processes that show your best work. Analog and digital manipulation in all its forms is welcome. Monochrome or color, all subjects, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.

Our juror for the SE Center Open is Crista Dix. Crista Dix is the Executive Director at the Griffin Museum of Photography, assuming that role in January of 2022 after two years as the Associate Director.

Before coming to the Griffin Museum in 2020 she spent fifteen years operating her own photography gallery, wall space creative, closing it in 2020 to make the move to New England and the Griffin.

35-40 Selected images will hang in the SE Center’s main gallery space for approximately one month with the opportunity to be invited for a solo show at a later date. In addition, selected images are featured in the SE Center social media accounts (FB, IG, Twitter) and an archived, online slideshow. A video walkthrough of each exhibition is also featured and archived.



One Million Photos

Cleveland Photo Fest

Beachwood, OH

The Cleveland Photo Fest announces the world’s largest international photo exhibition 1,000,000 PHOTOS, opening in November of 2022 at the Bostwick Design Art Initiative, Cleveland, Ohio. NO SUBMISSION FEE!

Any family friendly photo is welcome! Send as many as you’d like. The more the better! All submitters receive a certificate of participation.

Everyone in the world is welcome to submit family friendly digital images to be used in the show; there is no fee to submit. The photos will be assembled into multi-image panels which will be displayed in Cleveland mid-November through December 31, 2022.



New Talents 2022

Photographic Exploration Project


PEP is looking for artists to take part in the 4th edition of its NEW TALENTS exhibition!

We would like to discover images from your most authentic and engaged projects to be carefully curated in a new show starting in January 2023 at 254Forest in Brussels.

This call is open to all photographers regardless of age, nationality and level of experience. There are no themes or genres imposed, we are looking for images that are both challenging and revealing tendencies in contemporary photography. Inspire us by showing your favorite work and become one of our Talents of 2022!

Series as well as individual images are accepted.



2023 Denis Roussel Award

Center For Fine Art Photography

Fort Collins, CO

Denis Roussel, 41, was a talented and dedicated photographer who was beloved by his family, friends, and the photography community. Denis was lost to bile duct cancer on July 12, 2017. This annual award honors Roussel’s memory and legacy and is tailored to help the selected artist reach the next level in their artistic path.

Fellowship includes a stipend of $1,500 and various personalized resources to aid the recipient’s artistic journey.

ELIGIBILITY:  The DRF is open to all photo-based artists at least 18 years old in the USA.
We encourage artists from historically marginalized groups to submit. There is no cost to enter.



One Shot Award, BBA Photography Prize 2022

BBA Gallery


The lines are still open – enter your best photograph today to the BBA Photography Prize 2022 One Shot Award. The One-Shot Award winner will receive a 500€ cash prize and international exposure.

Submit 1 image to be eligible for the 50 photographers selected by BBA to exhibit at Kühlhaus, Berlin on a large digital display in October/November 2022. Taking place within Berlin’s cultural art scene, the One-Shot Award at the BBA Photography Prize exhibition is a great opportunity to show your work.

The BBA Photography Prize awards international photographers irrespective of their background. All themes are welcome and anyone over 18+ can apply. Our jury is looking for visual excellence, storytelling, conceptual thinking and technical craftsmanship.



The Hazards

The Hazards will be a Fall 2022 online juried exhibition. The theme, the hazards, focuses on the idea of hazards, taking risks, venturing forward, pitfalls and peril, with concern for chance. The exhibition will examine these ideas through a variety of mediums in art. Any mediums are welcome, including but not limited to photography, sculpture, painting, collage, digital design, video art, installation, ceramics, performance art…anything you can think of, include it! You may submit up to 3 artworks for a $5 fee, due November 15, 2022. Artists will receive notification a week after the deadline. The exhibition will go live December 1, 2022.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Epiphany Knedler at



Black & White Photo Contest 2022

Celebrating Today’s Most Exceptional Black & White Images. Welcoming both individual image and series submissions that honor and explore black and white photography.

Series Submissions: Enter 2-9 images to be judged as a group rather than as individual photographs.

Individual Submissions: A single image submitted to this contest should explore the power of photography through one incredible shot.

Photographers are encouraged to join us in celebrating the timeless, eternal nature of black and white photography.



Seeing RED


Boston, MA

Behold the power of red. After black and white, red is the first color that humans perceive. It’s the color babies see before any other and the first that those suffering from a brain injury start seeing again. One of the boldest colors in the spectrum, red stands out in artwork and grabs our attention more than any other color can.

Red, the color of our blood, vitality, and life force, it vastly communicates love, lust, heat, anger, majesty, passion, and power. And all at the same time warning us of danger, fear, rage, and aggression. All those red flags. Red has so much to say! Show us Seeing RED from your perspective.



Chico Review and Publishing Prize

Charcoal Book Club LLC

Wooster, OH

The Chico Review is the country’s premier Photobook Retreat. Organized by Charcoal Book Club, The Chico Review takes place over six nights (March 20-26th) at Chico Hot Springs Resort, near Livingston Montana. Sixty-four applicants will be selected by our jury and invited to spend the week with over twenty of the most influential and creative photographers, book makers, gallerists, museum curators, and photobook publishers in the industry. One full scholarship and five partial scholarships will be awarded. Student discounts and need-based scholarships will be available to those selected who qualify.

Attending artists receive ten formal reviews by speakers and reviewers and take part in artist lectures, panel discussions, peer reviews, Q&A sessions, and additional evening programming over the seven-day event.

At the conclusion of the event, one grand-prize winner will be awarded the Charcoal Publishing Prize and have a monograph published and distributed worldwide by Charcoal Book Club.



“Portraits” International Call

| Theme:

Portraits of people and animals tell such great stories. They evoke emotion. They suggest deeper meaning. They tell us about someone else, and maybe even ourselves. Sometimes they’re just beautiful. Or shocking. Or surprising. Share your PORTRAITS with words or imagery.

| Eligible Submissions:

Entries may include 2- and 3-dimensional media, such as paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, installations, ceramics, jewelry, fabric, sculpture, photos of performance art, fiction, poetry, short stories and other written explorations (up to 1,800 words). Submissions must be the original work of the applicant(s). Apply using the online form.





Boston, MA

Traveling is a powerful way to open the heart, cleanse the mind and heal the soul. Art helps us to capture the culture and spirit we discover through these journeys and uncover the rich stories of lands far away from our own. It’s all about opening our eyes to the world and seeing each other in different ways. Wanderlust is calling. Let’s explore the unfamiliar. Show us WANDERLUST from your perspective.

Over $1,200 in cash prizes. All accepted pieces will be displayed in our online gallery at