1. Tetenal Classics Photography Award 2016 is a pure 100 % analogue competition where only analogue developed and on original photo paper exposed photos will be accepted. Digital transferred photos or digital photographed but analogue developed pictures will not be considered. To participate in our photo competition, the photographer agrees to specify information about its person, the picture and developing process by using the enclosed data form.
Once you have submitted the electronic form you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing details of your submission. This e-mail should be printed and sent together with your entry.
Please send your entry only to following address:
Tetenal Europe GmbH
Subject: Tetenal Classics Award
2. Guidelines for your submission:
– only one picture per participant
– maximum format of 24,0 cm x 30,5 cm
– 100% analogue (photograph and development)
– colored or black and white
– if you want us to send your picture back after the award is finished, you have to mark this in the data form and also enclose a pre-franked, addressed envelope to your entry.
If the picture is not corresponding to our terms & conditions, we reserve the right to exclude your entry from the competition.
3. Everybody aged 18 and over is eligible to participate. Those below this age need to get the approval of their parent or legal guardian before participating.
Furthermore, all participants under the age of 18 are automatically part of the young talent competition “Top Teen” with a separated price awarding.
4. The competition is displayed internationally. The final date for entries to be received is 31.03.2016, 23:59h, CET.
5. This year’s competition theme is “Signs of time”. Afterwards the best ten pictures of all entries (“Top Ten”) and the best three pictures of the aged under 18 (“Top Teen”) will be chosen by a selected jury in Norderstedt.
The prizes and the jury will be announced on the website: since1847.tetenal.com. The winning photographs will be presented on the website and all social media channels. Additionally, all prize winners will be notified by email. In total Tetenal tenders prizes worth of 3.500,- Euro.
6. Each participant may enter multiple images in each category but no single image may be entered into multiple categories. For each image entered the participant own the copyright and has unrestricted rights of use, and the subjects of which do not conflict with the legal provisions of the country of origin or the European Union or the personal rights of any of the individuals portrayed in them. Pornographic images or those which depict or celebrate violence or other activities against the law will be strictly excluded from the competition..
7. By entering the competition, the participant grants Tetenal and the companies associated with Tetenal the irrevocable, non-exclusive right to use the shipped photograph for its PR work indefinitely. That includes the right to publish, reproduce, display and distribute them for Tetenal’s own advertising and promotional purposes. This applies exclusively in connection with the competition in which the participant is taking part and any subsequent communications. The permission includes the use of the submitted photographs for:
(a) presentation purposes in exhibitions,
(b) publication on the world wide web and in social networks,
(c) inclusion in other publications, including in press reports of publications of third parties,
(d) the illustration in the yearly published Tetenal Classics Photography Award – Book 2016,
(e) the promotion of our Tetenal Classics Photography Award 2017.
8. The explicit agreement of the participant is required for any further commercial usage.
In all such uses the author of the image will be acknowledged.
9. By entering the competition, the participant confirms that he or she is the author of the shipped photograph and thus has unrestricted rights of use for it. The participant also confirms that third parties do not have any rights to the shipped photograph and, in particular, that all individuals who are recognizable in the photographs are in agreement with the uses specified above and that the property rights of third parties are not violated by these uses. The participant accepts in advance that Tetenal is exempted from any claims made by third parties. Tetenal employees and any other individuals involved in the conception and implementation of the photography competition are excluded from entering.
10. The participant agrees that he or she can be named as the author.
11. No fees or remuneration of any kind will be paid when photographs are published under the terms and conditions of publication.
12. If the participant wants us to send their image back after judging they have to supply a pre-franked, addressed envelope together with the submission. Failure to provide either of the above will mean we are unable to return the images.
13. By sending the photograph, the participant declares that he or she accepts the terms and conditions of the competition. There is no recourse to legal action.
Burn Magazine revolves around the EPF. Our most important curatorial contribution to the oftentimes chaotic landscape of photography today. By choosing a jury whose lifetimes have been spent in looking at photographs and making photographs, we try to give our Burn readers a distilled version of the best work of all that flows before their eyes everyday.
Most importantly our mission is to give recognition to the finest emerging authors out there and to provide some funding to at leasta few to keep going and to continue making a mark. Our previous winners prove this is not in vain.
In addition since last edition, FujiFilm is partnering with us to offer several prizes for our category “Young EPF Award” (introduced in 2014). It’s open to all photographers who are 25 or younger (born on Jan 1st, 1991 or later). All you need to do is enter into the EPF… and if you’re 25 or younger, you’ll be automatically eligible for the “Young EPF Award” as well.
Fuji offers a cash prize of $5,000 to the winner of the “Young EPF Award”, and also adds a camera valued in excess of $1,000.
After three successful cycles of the art&science Residency Award, we are very happy to present our new scientific partner for the fourth residency in the realm of the European Digital Art and Science Network: ESA – the European Space Agency. The residency will again be part of the „European Digital Art and Science Network“ initiated by Ars Electronica and seven cultural partners throughout Europe (Center for the promotion of science, RS – DIG Gallery, SK – Zaragoza City of Knowledge Foundation, ES – Kapelica Gallery / Kersnikova, SI – GV Art, UK – Laboral, ES – Science Gallery, IE) with the support of the Creative Europe Program of the EU. Artists from any country are invited to apply for a residency at the ESA. This call is open for digital artists, innovative concepts and ideas in the field of art, science and technology.
Pride Photo Award is an annual international contest for photos about sexual (LGBT) and gender diversity. We are looking for top quality photography on the following topics:
- non-stereotypical images of gender, masculinity and femininity
- the diversity of the LGBT community
The Perth Centre for Photography invites all artists to enter the 2016 IRIS AWARD
The IRIS Award is an international prize recognising new and outstanding portraiture in photography
based media. It is swiftly emerging as the world’s most unique photography award exhibition attracting
original and conceptually driven portraiture.
The criteria for selection focuses on portraits that are unique, compelling and engaging whilst maintaining
excellence in photography.
The Comunidad de Madrid and Ediciones Anómalas announce the first edition of the Fotocanal Photography Book 2016 competition. The winning book will be edited, published and distributed jointly by the Comunidad de Madrid and Ediciones Anómalas.
Building on a five-year tradition of inspiring artistic and intellectual talents to propagate the true spirit of photography and highlight its crucial role in the creation of a culture, as well as giving recognition to innovators worldwide, HIPA resumes its journey with you today to declare “Challenge” as the main theme category for the Sixth Edition of the Awards. This choice of category is meant to provoke photographers’ inner thoughts and life impressions in search for the visuals that give expression to the meaning of challenge as they understand it from their own experience, and the individuality through which they treat it through the lens of a camera.
You may have noticed that HIPA this year is adding a new tone to its outlook, which is ushering in a new stage in its journey towards photographic endeavour, in pursuit of added knowledge and skills for further advancement of its global audience in 193 countries.
Following the easy flowing, heart warming theme of Happiness, we now hear a strong call in the “challenge” theme, which seeks to mobilise our mental skills, visual memory and creative power to produce powerful and effective visual expressions that go beyond the single photo format, into a sequence of photos that is completely different in nature and requirements from the single photo, and that make the photographer truly a story teller. This is the Photo Feature category.
Furthermore, in recognition of the great technological leap that has allowed photographers to develop new skillsets in the editing and manipulation of photographs, HIPA has opened the door wide open for photographers’ imagination through the launch of the Digital Manipulation category. Finally, the General Category will continue to be a space for pure creative photography that breaks all formats and norms, offering photographers the opportunity to freely sail on their own journey of discovery where no one else has been – whether in black and white or coloured photography.
Thus, creativity and innovation are open to you on different platforms, and wherever your talent lies you have the opportunity to create a work of art you can truly be proud of.
This is the year that the world should hears about you.
Forget about Hirst, Spielberg and Amis. we want new, fresh, talented artists who go beyond the pale and know no boundaries.
Don’t doubt, just trust, because the London Creative Competition, LICC believe in you and your creative expression. if you think, like us, that art is something to be celebrated and shared, needless of who you are or how you show it, then hit the submission button and get in your entry.
Getting seen and heard for your worth is hard. LICC understands this. So not only will your artwork be juried by a board of internationally esteemed artists, writers, curators, gallery owners and other prophets of the visual arts, but those in the final selection and shortlist will be published in the LICC Annual Awards Book, a showcase of creativity.
Sound good? Well, it gets better. The shortlist will also be published on this very website and be announced to media outlets worldwide. Plus the final 15 will receive the London Creative Awards unique Trophy and a chance to have their work presented at the LICC virtual awards ceremony.
Oh yeah. There is also £2000 to be won for one worthy winner, as chosen by our very creative jury, Also, one student will receive the title of “New Talent of the Year and £1000 in cash prize.
This year’s categories are listed below for you delectation. So get creative, get entering, because frankly, we cannot wait to see what you’ve got.
Architecture, Audio/Music, Design (Environmental/Fashion/Graphic/Interior), Drawing/Illustration, Installation, Mixed Media, NetArt/Web Design, Painting, Performance art, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textile,Video and Film, Writing, …
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With the n-ost-Reportagepreis 2017 we will for the eleventh time reward journalists whose work conveys extraordinary stories from Eastern Europe, vividly and without clichés.
The competition is organised into three categories – Writing, Radio and Photo – with the winner in each category receiving 2.000 euros in prize money. The prize-giving ceremony will take place in June 2017 in Berlin.
The competition rewards reportages from countries in Eastern and Southeastern Europe that the jury deems to be outstanding in form and content.
The closing date for entries is Sunday, 5 February 2017.
The Prize aims to promote high-quality reporting, reward particularly good authors and photographers and maintain an ongoing debate about what “Eastern Europe” really is and how it is presented in the media.