Anthology Photography Competition 2023
The Anthology Photography Competition celebrates outstanding imagery.
- Deadline: 30 November 2023
- Entry fee: Very Early Bird: €12 – up to 31 March 2023 Early Bird: €15 – up to 31 July 2023 Standard fee: €18 – up to 30 November 2023
- Website: https://anthology-magazine.com/awards-awards/anthology-creative-awards/photo-competition/
Open to photographers working at any level, the Anthology Photography Competition celebrates outstanding standalone images. It also provides a platform for photographers to showcase their work through publication.
Images submitted must be on the theme of ‘The World We Live In’. Submissions will be judged on quality, creativity, originality, and visual/emotional impact.
Photography styles can include street photography, landscapes, natural world & wildlife, macro photography, lifestyle, object & still life and architectural. Technically manipulated images such as abstract, panoramic, stitched and composite are also permitted. Extra merit will be awarded to creative interpretation of the brief.
The winner will receive a €500 cash prize and editorial coverage in a future issue of Anthology Magazine, plus a one-year subscription to Anthology
Open To All
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
All photographers retain copyright of their work.
All entrants agree to the storage of their images in electronic form for the purpose of judging the competition and the private distribution of those images as required to complete the judging process.
The photographer warrants that the rights (of any kind) to the photograph have not previously been sold or granted to any third party
The finalists grant Anthology the right to use the images in electronic form or in print for the specific purpose of promoting Anthology and its Awards without restriction in any media.
Anthology agrees that the images will not be made available for download on any of its websites at high resolution and that all images used will be credited to the photographer. To further protect any images against misuse by third parties Anthology will insert a digital watermark to images published online. Anthology will not be responsible for unauthorised use of any image by a third party.
Electronic files sent as attachments will not be returned and Anthology accepts no responsibility for submissions in any other form. Prints or physical media sent as submissions will not be returned.