UrbanPhotoFest 2017 Open Photography Competition

Final Call for Entries - September 30th

Posted on 15 Jun 2017

 

The 2nd edition of our competition is seeking outstanding urban photography at: http://urbanphotofest.com

Join us for an opportunity to showcase your skills, win prizes and have your work screened at Tate Britain during UrbanPhotoFest 2017.  

The competition is open from 1st June until 30th September 2017.

UrbanPhotoFest Open is an international urban photography competition, open to everyone globally over the age of 18. Now in its second year, the competition is seeking to find outstanding images that represent our cities.

Following review and feedback from last year's competition, we have expanded the competition to include 4 categories.

You are invited to submit up to 4 images across the categories that showcase your work. 

Architecture: Architectural photography focuing on surfaces, structures and forms of buildings and their associated environment.

Objects: Object oriented photography exploring the urban world through things and materialities.

People: People centred photography that can include street and environmental portraiture.

Urban Landscapes: Landscape photography which, explores what is revealed and hidden within city spaces.

The judges will select 3 overall prize winners and will select a further 17 images that will be screened at Tate Britain during UrbanPhotoFest 2017.

First Prize: Fuji X100F 24.3 MP 3-Inch LCD CSC Camera with 23 mm f/2.0 Fujinon Lens Kit, Fujifilm X100F Premium Leather Case,
Memory Card, Spare Battery plus a UPF portfolio review. 

Second Prize: A place on the prestigious International Urban Photography Summer School at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Third Prize: A cash prize of £300.

We are looking forward to seeing some visually compelling images across all categories!

The UrbanPhotoFest Open is an international urban photography competition, developed and managed by the Urban Photographers Association, a non-profit organisation whose mission is to promote excellence in urban photographic practice, research and education.

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