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Exposure Photography Festival of Calgary 2019 Open Call

Historic Pioneer Building


Photographers are invited to submit work to an open theme exhibition hosted by the Exposure Photography Festival in Calgary, Alberta. Selected work will be exhibited during the month of February in 2019.

The Exposure Photography Festival 2019 is now accepting submissions for the annual Open Call exhibition, juried by Sarah Burtscher, Gallery Director, Stephen Bulger Gallery.  15 artists will be chosen to participate, and accepted work will be shown in a feature exhibition hosted by the Exposure Photography Festival during the month of February.

The exhibition will take place in the galleries of the historic Pioneer Building on Stephen Avenue in Calgary (former home of Contemporary Calgary and the Art Gallery of Calgary).




Alex Ferrone Gallery
Cutchogue, NY


Open to artists and photographers 18 years or older, this national juried exhibition welcomes entries of photographic based works about food.  Interpretations are endless – from seed to consumption, farm to table, from fields or trees, artistic still lifes, commercial settings, the art of cooking, art of the table, social or political, from the chef’s kitchen, scrumptious desserts, bountiful harvest, abstract, or representational.  Please, just no instagram posts of your lunch.  Our Juror will be looking for thought provoking, creative images.

Juror: Jim Lennon





The Cultural Center of Cape Cod, a non-profit arts organization located in South Yarmouth, Massachusetts, invites photographers worldwide to submit images to our online competition, APERTURES 2018.



Rebecca Vassie Memorial Award


The Rebecca Vassie Trust announces the third annual Rebecca Vassie Memorial Award for emerging photographers.

The trust supports early-to-mid-career photographers based in, or from the UK. Through our bursary awards, funding new work documenting lesser-known peoples and communities: human stories we seldom see.

The award was created in memory of Rebecca Vassie, a British photographer and photojournalist who died suddenly, aged 30, while on assignment in Uganda in March 2015.

Judges for the award include Matthew Tucker (BBC News), Melanie Hough, curator at Getty Images, and photography critic Jennifer Thatcher (Art Monthly, ARTnews).




Dek Unu Magazine – November and December Issues


Dek Unu invites adventurous, accomplished photo-based artists to submit portfolios for its November and December editions.  We publish one artist’s work per issue, themed and curated by the artist alone, with an in-depth interview focusing on the questions each artist wants to be asked.  Non-profit, non-advertising, respectable and respectful source for all photo techniques and genres. Never a fee to artists to submit.  We publish in English and international submissions are warmly encouraged.



Gratitude and Joy

Bailey Contemporary Arts
Pompano Beach, FL


Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA), in Pompano Beach, is proud to announce a call for South Florida photographers to submit selections to be considered for theGratitude and Joy exhibition.

As we approach the holiday season, we want to invite our community to reflect on the meaning of Gratitude and Joy,” said Juliana Forero, Ph.D., BaCA’s gallery curator. “Some people view “joyful” as moments during times of success and career satisfaction, others as quality time spent with family. We are looking forward to seeing the varied interpretations of this theme by our photographic community, professionals and amateurs alike.”

Juror:  Sharon Lee Hart, head of photography and Assistant Professor of Art at Florida Atlantic University



Rfotofolio Call for Entry 2018


Everyone views a photograph in a different way, so this year we are pleased to say we have invited three jurors to view the work along with us at Rfotofolio. Collier Brown, Fran Forman, and Aline Smithson. We are honored they accepted our invitation.

This is an open call. All media are welcome, including but not limited to traditional film, digital, collage, and alternative processes.

Finalist will be included in our on-line gallery, future interviews, future publications, and future exhibitions.



COMPAS Photo Competition Finding your Way


For this year’s competition theme, Finding your Way, we are looking for photos and illustrations exploring the experiences and strategies of migrants finding their way in unfamiliar territory. 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.

The winning entries will be used in COMPAS academic material and on our website. Winning entries will also appear in the COMPAS Calendar.



L.A. Photo Curator Self-Portrait


L.A. Photo Curator

Theme: Self-Portrait curated by Laurie Freitag

Freitag says, “We show the world who we are through our work. Sometimes we are in control of what we reveal. Sometimes the revelations come after the work is done and we sit with it for awhile.

Freitag says, “We show the world who we are through our work. Sometimes we are in control of what we reveal. Sometimes the revelations come after the work is done and we sit with it for awhile.




The Body: Power, Meaning & Representation in Contemporary Art

Washington State University
Pullman, WA


Washington State University’s Department of Fine Arts invites artists to submit works for consideration for a group exhibition exploring ideas about the body. We invite artists to submit works in any media including new media, photography, painting, video, performance, sculpture, installation, intermedia etc. We invite artists to interpret ideas about the body and its relationship to power and representation. The human body has always played a central role in art. Artistic representations of the body are found in nearly every culture in the world. While authority over the human body has long been determined by gender and class, in today’s highly globalized and pluralistic contemporary art world, artists view the body as a malleable site of meaning and power, not as an archetype but as a performative instrument, a vessel to be filled and surface upon which the artist or viewer may project her own fears, desires and dreams.  

Juried by June T Sanders and Ayanna Z Nayo.





Life is a stream of colors. Red, blue, yellow, and all the possible combinations in between these primary colors without forgetting black and white surround us everywhere.

Send us your images – series preferably- both where colors may not just influence the pictures, but where it may also be the subject solely. The contest is open to any color photography interpretation, from photojournalism, street photography, artistic photography, portrait, nude, landscapes, nature, wildlife, urban, architecture, fashion, fine art or documentary photography.




Analog Forever Magazine Back to the Future: Historic Processes in the Modern World


We are excited to announce that our 2nd online group exhibition, Back to the Future: Historic Processes in the Modern World, will be curated by Analog Forever writer and curator Niniane Kelley! We are currently seeking submissions in response to the following prompt.

Niniane Kelley writes: For this exhibition we are looking all the way back to the first decades of photo history for our inspiration, the days when making potions was a vital part of your photographic magic. We invite you to submit two images made with an historic photographic process*, the best of which will be showcased in an online show by Analog Forever writer and curator Niniane Kelley, which will go live on our website November 19, 2018. Please follow the directions below to complete your submission. Good luck!



Analog Forever Magazine Community Calendar Submissions


We want to know what the analog community is up to! Do you have a Galley Exhibition, Photo-Walk, Workshop, or Event happening that you want to appear on our Community Calendar? Simply send us the event’s details and we will ensure all of our readers can view your event!



Analog Forever Magazine Featured Photographer


Online:  Featured Photographer

Open internationally to both amateurs and professionals, this call for entries is ongoing in our attempt to feature and interview the best analog photographers. We welcome you to submit a body of work for consideration for publication here on our website. There is no cost for submissions.

Juror: Michael Behlen, Michael Kirchoff, Tim Scott, and Niniane Kelly




Analog Forever Magazine Instagram Take Over


Open internationally to both amateurs and professionals, this call for entries is ongoing in our attempt to grant exposure to analog photographers from around the world by allowing them to take over our Instagram for 5 days! There is no cost for submissions.



Contemporary Portrait

Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts
Lubbock, TX


Portraits are a long-standing genre of fine art: always evolving and changing in style and media. LHUCA seeks artworks that broaden the definition of portraiture and its relevance in contemporary art. Portraits can be more than simply visual recognition and resemblance: they can offer a conceptual interpretation of the theme through a diverse range of media and creative possibilities. This will be LHUCA’s 4th annual juried exhibition.

Juror: Barry Whistler has owned and operated Barry Whistler Gallery since 1985. Prior to opening the gallery, he worked with Delahunty Gallery, Dallas, and Ace Gallery, Los Angeles, as well as the Modern Art Museum of Ft Worth and the Dallas Museum of Art.




N.Y. Photo Curator ‘The Journey’


N.Y. Photo Curator Theme: ‘The Journey’

Curated by:  Susan Spiritus

Spiritus says, “Life is a journey. We’re all on it. Everyone’s journey is different; complex and exciting, some more so or less than others, but nevertheless it will chart your path.  I loved reading the definitions of the word journey and the myriad of synonymous meanings. Please submit your photographs that speak to your (the) journey.”



The Independent Photographer’s 2018 PEOPLE Award


The Independent Photographer’s 2018 PEOPLE Award is now open for entries and we’re delighted to announce that it will be judged by renowned VII Photo Agency & National Geographic photographer Maggie Steber.

This month we want to discover and celebrate all the diversity of the human race. Whether in street, portrait, documentary, conceptual, travel or any other form of photography that tells the story of people!




Midwest Center for Photography
Witchita, Kansas


The Midwest Center for Photography Juried Exhibition is an annual subject-matter based exhibition for photographers to categorize their best photographs to the following genres and compete for the awards: PORTRAIT – LANDSCAPE – INTERIOR SPACE – NATURE – STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

Juror: Linda Robinson, Gallery Director, MWCP



Murze Magazine Open Call


Murze Magazine is looking for photographers!

We want you to send in a portfolio of your work, up to 6 images. These can be themed around travel, landscape, cityscape, portraiture, nature or cultural – so pretty broad.

The portfolios sent in will be reviewed and three photographers will selected to be feature artists in the third edition of Murze Magazine, an additional 10 photographers will be featured on our website and social media.



Root Division: Wander Woman

Root Division
San Francisco, CA


Curated by Rea Lynn de Guzman

Root Division invites immigrant women artists of color who are working in all media to submit work for Wander Woman.

The immigrant, immortal woman from the island of Themyscira, “Wonder Woman” embodies iconic, feminine strength. As an Amazonian-American fictional heroine, she blends into a foreign society to promote justice, peace, and truth.

Many immigrant women artists of color evoke Wonder Woman-esque qualities in their contemporary artistic practices by addressing issues of immigration, misrepresentation, stereotypes, cultural conflict and feelings of acceptance or intolerance with an honest voice to fight for equality. Whether autobiographical or not, Wander Woman exhibiting artists’ work will present complex characters and narratives highlighting transcendent experiences, often derived from their own personal perspectives.

Inspired by shared-yet-dissimilar psychological experiences of immigration and assimilation to the Bay Area, selected artists for Wander Woman will present nuanced, intricate perspectives; and narratives that have developed beyond the initial concept of identity in their art practice. Collectively, this exhibition explores complex identity politics such as diaspora, femininity, liminality, and power dynamics.



Biggs Shots 2018

The Biggs Museum of American Art
Dover, DE


The Biggs Museum of American Art presents Biggs Shot 2018, the fifth juried photography competition and exhibition featuring the work of professional and emerging photographers, working and/or living in the Mid-Atlantic region. The theme for Biggs Shot 2018 is open, and any photographic medium can be submitted for consideration, including film, video and digital formats.


Juror – David Norbut



Chromatic Photography Awards 2018


Chromatic Awards is an international competition of color photography open to both professionals and amateurs. Participation in the Chromatic Awards offers not only prestige, but also the opportunity to win extra money for the development of passion.
As such, every professional and amateur photographer from every corner of the world is invited and urged to participate in the very first edition of this international prestigious photographic competition dedicated to color photography where 20 categories will be adjudicated by an international jury composed of magazine editors, gallery curators, professional agents and other industry professionals.
By taking part in the competition, Chromatic Awards accords you a chance that is otherwise fleeting or nonexistent in other platforms. Being noticed can help further your career path and give additional experience and opportunities previously denied from you.
2017 Grand Prize is $2.000 for Professional Winner and $1.000 For Amateur Winner.
This year’s 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners along with the Honorable Mentions handpicked by book editors from both the Professional and Amateur levels will likewise be published in our Chromatic Awards Annual Book.

Light Leaked Flawed Beings


Light Leaked invites artists to submit to the exhibition and zine, Flawed Beings. We are seeking photographs that consider the process of being human and of creating art as a discovery of beautiful flaws that morph into our work and lives.

We are searching for photographs that the imperfections of the subject, camera, or technique are highlighted as an integral part of the image. Submissions illustrating the theme may be made figuratively or metaphorically. Any form of photographic image making is acceptable for this call.

Juror: Michael Kirchoff




Southeast Center for Photography
Greenville, South Carolina


The fine art nude has been a celebrated subject of photography since the beginning and played an important role in establishing photography as a fine art medium. Early on, both in history and most photographers experience, the nude has been featured in a classical pose and setting, maturing to illustrating the human body as a sculptural abstraction, and with some pushing boundaries.

This year we are celebrating the natural nude- the figure in the environment, whether natural or man made. We are not looking for classic studio work but we are looking for photographers who can make a statement. Stop us in our tracks and make us see more in the image.

Our juror is Kim Weston.



Lines and Curves

PH21 Gallery
Budapest, Hungary


Lines and curves are some of the most important visual building blocks of both figurative and abstract images. We can observe lines and curves of all possible varieties in photographs; they are everywhere. Putting them in the centre of attention might even sound trivial and not particularly interesting at first. This, however, is a call for not just any lines and curves. We would like to see lines and curves that take a daring and pronounced initiative in the photograph; lines and curves that capture our attention, lead our eyes, and determine the way we appreciate the photograph. Lines and curves might have significant compositional role but they may also focus our attention on some parts of the image, hence influencing our interpretation. There are countless ways lines and curves might become the central creative aspect in a photograph.

Juror: Zsolt Bátori



First Look 2019

Panopticon Gallery
Boston, MA


Every photograph tells a story. When part of a body of work, the photograph takes on new meaning, becoming part of a bigger and more complete narrative. A portfolio allows the photographer to explore the complexities of their subject, and provide context that gives it richness and meaning that is more than the sum of its parts. Panopticon Gallery is pleased to open submissions for “First Look,” our annual juried portfolio showcase. Four to five portfolios will be selected for exhibition from January 4 to March 4, 2019.



PCNW 22ND Juried Exhibtion

Photographic Center North West
Seattle, Washington


Open to all photographers. Open theme.

Jurors: Conor Risch, PDN Senior Editor, Lara Behnert, Starbucks Senior Manager, Creative




9th Annual PHOTOBOOK 2018

Davis Orton Gallery
Hudson, NY


1 call, 2 exhibits: Davis Orton Gallery & Griffin Museum of Photography, Jurors: Paula Tognarelli, Karen Davis



Black and White

New York Center for Photographic Arts
New York, NY


As photographers we know about the dramatic change in photography that came about when color film was introduced.  For both portraits and scenics hand coloring was no longer necessary and over time color images joined black and white as fine art.

This call is NYC4PA’s homage to those images where all the emotion, texture and beauty are expressed in shades of Black and White. No matter if your original image was shot with tri x or with a digital SLR, if the end product is a terrific Black and White, it fits the call.  Sepia will be accepted.

JUROR:  Louise Fedotov – Clements,  Artistic Director QUAD and Director FORMAT International Photography Festival




Praxis Gallery and Photographic Arts Center
Minneapolis, MN


Through the visual representation of abandoned spaces, artifacts of history are at once fresh and new, ancient and decayed. The past continues to live in these forsaken, ruined, or empty spaces and we ask— Who were the people who lived and worked here? What were their lives like? What were their stories? What happened to them in these spaces?

Praxis Gallery seeks the submission of photographic art that explores the visual and social significance of abandoned space – where derelict factories, churches, private houses or other empty places serve as the basis for creative investigation. All genres, capture types, color and black & white, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.




Float Photo Magazine Surreal Estate


Float magazine in collaboration with Casual Science (Charlie C. Camuglia) are accepting submissions for a postcard publication and enamel pin set.

We are looking for photographs of surreal scenes found in the world around you. Selected images will be made into a series of postcards that seemingly hail from another reality, paired with an enamel badge related to the series. We hope to see surreal scenes that are mystifying by nature, and not by way of multiple exposure, light leak, performance, or or any other effect.






Emerging Talents is a photo festival devoted to young artists. It will be held at MATTATOIO Museum in Rome from December 7th 2018 to January 6th 2019. A selection of unpublished works will be displayed, with meetings, talks and workshops.
For the 2018 edition, Emerging Talents is launching an Open Call inviting all photographers to present a photographic project about the theme “Interferences”.



Silver Eye Fellowship 19

Silver Eye Center for Photography
Pittsburg, PA


Silver Eye Center for Photography announces a Call for Entries for Fellowship 19, our annual international photography competition. Winners receive a cash award and a solo exhibition at Silver Eye in the summer of 2019. The International Award recognizes a rising talent or established photographer from anywhere in the world, and the Keystone Award is given to an exceptional photographer living or making work in the state of Pennsylvania.

This year’s International Award juror is Christopher McCall, Director of Pier 24 Photography (San Francisco) and the Keystone Award Juror is Jessica Back, Milton Fine Curator of Art at the Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh).



The Alternative Processes & Integrated Media Competition

Collin College
Plano, TX


Texas Photographic Society launches The Alternative Processes & Integrated Media Competition, juried by Christopher James.

The Alternative Processes & Integrated Media Competition is open-themed and welcomes artists of all levels internationally. You do not need to be a member of TPS to enter this competition.



Photowork 2019

Barrett Art Center
Poughkeepie, New York


32nd Annual National Juried Photography Exhibition


Juror: James A Ganz, Senior Curator, J Paul Getty Museum





Darkroom Gallery
Essex Jct., VT


 If you describe something as surreal, you mean that the elements in it are combined in a way you would not normally expect, as in a dream.

Your challenge for this exhibit is to find something in your photos that seems out of place.  It doesn’t have to be an in-your-face element; in fact, less obvious can be better, giving the viewer a double take experience or a mystery to contemplate. But both the subtle and the blatant will fit this theme, Surreal, quite well.

Juror: Ralph Hassenpflug



The Annual International Competition

The Print Center
Philadelphia, PA


The Annual International Competition is one of the most prestigious and oldest competitions in the United States. The Print Center is particularly interested in highlighting local, national, and international artists who utilize photography and printmaking in intriguing ways, both in content and process. Winners will be selected by Keliy Anderson-Staley and Katherine Ware. Anderson-Staley is a Houston-based artist whose work was introduced to us through our 84th Annual International Competition in 2010. Ware is the Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art.





Loosen Art

Group Exhibition in Rome, Italy. February 2019

The pictures that will take part in this exhibition will represent a continuum of that dialogue between the visual arts and the arts of movement, dance and performing arts, made manifest since their first developments and in which the art history has found an essential bond. From the plastic arts of Canova, to the pictorial ones of Matisse, Degas and Impressionists, to the performative experiences of the neo-avant-gardes documented through photographs and videos during the 60s / 70s, as no less are the testimonies expressed by the dance world starting from Martha Grahm and Merce Cunningham.
Even the gestural component in general finds in this call an important channel of expression, where the body language is subjected to new analyzes that investigate the behavior and lifestyles of man in the modern age.




The Center for Fine Art Photography Portfolio ShowCase Volume 12

3 Square Arts Gallery
Fort Collins, CO


The Center for Fine Art Photography Portfolio ShowCase Volume 12

Our calls for entry are open to photographers worldwide, both amateur and professional. The Center invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate.All image sizes and processes including but not limited to film, plate, digital, alternative, traditional darkroom, Photoshop processes, or any combination of these are eligible for selection.

Selected artists’ work is included in both the gallery exhibition, online exhibition, and publication. The online gallery features artist website links. The Center provides event press release and social media promotions.

Juror:  Samantha Johnston Executive Director and Curator of Colorado Photographic Arts Center



The Naked Print

RI Center for Photographic Arts
Providence, RI

The Naked Print: Is a call for work with no boundary layer, no barrier between the viewer and the work. This is your chance to go topless, no glass, no glazing, display your work without reflections. Explore the physical qualities of ink or emulsion on paper, without hiding surface, texture, and material under glass. Open to all subject matter, a juried call to celebrate the physicality of the print itself, the naked print.

Lose prints, top mounted prints, prints on aluminum, canvas, or fabric are some of the options. Sculptural works and handmade books are also welcome. This call is open to all forms of photography and all photo based work, alternative processes and photo based printmaking. The only requirement is that the work includes some form of photographic process and that you build no walls or barriers between the viewer and the work – no glass, no plexi unless it’s behind the print! Show us your true colors and go topless!



Monochrome Awards 2018


Monochrome Awards 2018

This is an annual award for all photographers using black and white photography.
The winners of the Professional and Amateur sections will receive the titles: Monochrome Photographer of the Year and Monochrome Discovery of the Year and $3000 in cash prizes.

We’re accepting single images from the following categories: Architecture, Abstract, Conceptual, Beauty/ Fashion, Fine Art, Landscapes, Nude, Nature, People, Photomanipulation, Photojournalism, Portrait, Wildlife.




Self-Portrait: A Two-Way Mirror

PhotoPlace Gallery
Middlebury, VT


A self-portrait is a mirror that reflects both how we see (by the creative choices we make) and how the world sees us (or how we want the world to see us). Unlike a casual “selfie,” which requires nothing more than the physical presence of the subject, a good self-portrait holds nuanced clues about who the subject really is.

For Self-Portrait: A Two-Way Mirror, we seek self-portraits that tell us something about you. All capture and processing methods are welcome.

We are very pleased that Aline Smithson will jury and curate this exhibition. She will select approximately 35 images for exhibition in the gallery, and 35 for our Online Gallery Annex. The recipients of the Juror’s Award and the Director’s Award will each be entitled to a personal portfolio review by Ms. Smithson.




Arte Laguna Prize 18.19


International call for entry.



16th Annual Photo Contest


Multiple categories.



France + Singapore Photographic Arts Awards (FSPAA)


Alliance Française de Singapour is searching for the next big photographic artist.

This is an international open call for the 9th France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award (FSPAA), an award that aims to feature French and Singaporean professional artists. Providing a platform to showcase their creative talents to an international audience, this award raises awareness of the experimental and emerging styles of photographic art. It is also organized to promote the exchange of artistic knowledge, experiences, and ideas between the artists from France and Singapore.



Open Theme Pastiche Magazine


Get your work published in an online exhibition and in the printed magazine. All accepted images will be included in the printed publication and select submissions will be featured both online and physically.

Your image could get featured on our Instagram account and will have a chance to be the cover photo!



Kris Graves Projects LOST II


Kris Graves Projects invites you to be part of our LOST II series of books. In 2018, +KGP collaborated with ten artists to produce a series of publications named LOST. Each artist was tasked with producing a visual study of a city or place that they call home or have been working in throughout their career. Nineteen artists have been confirmed as collaborators for our upcoming LOST II series, and +KGP is now seeking one final artist to participate in the book collection. The artist selection process will be juried by Hamidah Glasgow, Executive Director, Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO.

+KGP Kris Graves Projects collaborates with artists to create limited edition publications and archival prints, focusing on contemporary photography and works on paper. We focus all of our publications on current world issues including, but not limited to race, policy, social awareness, feminism, culture, and wealth. Our goal is to make books and prints affordable to every level of collector.





SE Center For Photography
Greenville, SC


Monochrome Photography, images produced with a single hue, rather than recording the colors of the object that was photographed. The SE Center is looking for all forms of Monochrome imagery, black-and-white and toned photography- all subjects, analog, digital or antique processes, photographers of all skill levels and locations are welcome.

Our juror for Monochrome is Michael Foley. He opened his NYC Foley Gallery in the fall of 2004 after fourteen years of working with notable photography galleries including Fraenkel, Howard Greenberg and Yancey Richardson.




LoosenArt Communication – PERCEPTIONS


Take part in the Group Exhibition in Rome, Italy. March 2019

As it is present/real in every work of man, the perceptual expression of reality represents not only a subjective and at the same time analytical vision of its own world, but also a witness to the tools by which man relates to reality.

Through this call, photographers are invited to present works that highlight the aspects of the perceptual, physical and emotional sphere, which determine our experience and our understanding of the world, both interior and exterior.

LoosenArt is an on line gallery and platform dedicated to contemporary visual arts.



Open Call: In the In-Between Seeks Portfolios for Publications


In the In-Between welcomes project submissions for portfolio features, interviews, and photobook reviews. All submissions remain on file for 1 year and are reviewed 4 times annually. All photographic genres are considered for publication, and we value work that demonstrates new, innovative, and critical approaches to photographic authorship.





Photographers from all over the world are invited to submit photographic works that tell and document situations and conditions inherent to the current natural world by touching the theme on environmental protection and pollution. Particular consideration will be given to those photos that will be able to valorize the natural environmental heritage.



Fine Art Photography Awards – 5th edition


Art is born out of passion. Fine Art photography is a perfect instrument, which allows a person to communicate with the world and share their vision. It results from the author’s deep sensitivity, a need to express feelings through image, a unique view of the surrounding reality. It can be spontaneous, but it can also be a conscious and deliberate manifesto. FAPA is searching for photos born out of passion – your passion.

The competition is open to everyone, amateurs and professionals alike. Entries are welcome from any country in the world. Your work will be judged by an international panel of high profile photographers.

The winners of the Professional and Amateur sections will receive the titles: Professional Fine Art Photographer of the Year, Amateur Fine Art Photographer of the Year and $5000 in cash prizes.