Submission Deadline: January 7, 2021 13:00 GMT
Sony’s World Photography Awards is open for submissions.
“Photographers of all abilities can enter multiple single images to the following categories: Architecture, Culture, Creative, Motion, Landscape, Lifestyle, Natural World & Wildlife, Portraiture, Still Life, Object, Street Photography, and Travel.”
Photo contests are a great place to showcase you work; however, not all contests are created equal. I encourage all photographers at all levels of expertise to enter, but my advise is do your homework.
Several contests sole purpose, it appears, is to make money through high fees. Research their reputations to see if there are complaints i.e. using the names of judges who were never contacted. Visit sites like the World Photography Organization, “whose purpose is to raise the level of conversation around photography worldwide, through a year-round programme of exhibitions, awards and competitions.”
The internet is a great place which will assist you in finding great contests like the Sony World Photography Awards, Nikon’s Small World Competition, or the International Photo Awards (IPA).
The LensCulture black and white awards are back. A call for entries has gone out with a deadline of October 21, 2020. Show the world the beauty of black and white. Color is distracting while black and white focus the viewer with subtle tones. It shapes moods and could remind the viewer of film noir.
Hurry — Contest closes 20 September 2020 —
Neutral Density Magazine’s ND Awards promote photography and photographers to audiences all over the world. The winners of the Professional and Non-Professional sections will receive the titles: ND Photographer of the Year and ND Discovery of the Year and cash prizes. The Awards are judged by a panel of highly acclaimed industry professionals, including: gallery owners, publishers, editors and renowned photographers.
James Black was awarded an Honorable Mention for his series of black and white photographs titled “Color Blind.” “The Prix de la Photographie, Paris (PX3) is a photography award that strives to promote appreciation of photography, discover emerging talent, and introduce photographers from around the world to the artistic community of Paris.” “The Paris Photography Prize was founded in 2007 and has since become one of the most prestigious photography awards in Europe.”
For more information about PX3 go to P×3 – The Prix de la Photographie Paris – PX3 – The Prix de la Photographie Paris
A must see place — Arches National Park.
Grand Canyon in B&W