The 17th Latin American Contest of Documentary Photografhy
Theme: Human beings (regardless of age, sex, or race) carrying out some form of work or occupation. As we are predominantly interested in Latin American workers, we also invite artists to send their photographs that document the social and working conditions of Latin American immigrants in developed countries. As well as those people that migrates between countries in Latin America.
This Contest invites new photographers to document the different faces of the Latin-American working universe, a reality that includes the old and the new jobs, the formal and informal economies, the agrarian and industrial worlds, in which men and women pretend to survive or obtain a better life.
- Prize “Working Women” US 1.300
The photographs must to document the work of the women in Latin America.
- Prize “Working Children” US 1.300
The photographs must to document the labor of boys, girls, or of young workers in Latin America.
- Prize “Working Men” US 1.300
The photographs must to document the labor of the men in Latin America.
- Prize “Working Immigrants” US 1.300
The photographs must to document the work and social situation of the Latin American immigrant in developed countries, as well as those people that migrate between Latin American countries.
Each work should have a title and be accompanied by a written text, no more than 100 words or 550 characters, which concisely describes the subjects photographed and their context (for example: geographic location, country, state, and city, names of the characters, characteristics of their work, pay scale, length of their workday, etc.).
Image requirements: a JPG file with a resolution of 72 DPI. The longest length on the image should be 800 pixels, and it should be appropriate to be visualized on the screen. File size between 2-3 MB
If you have any questions, contact Patricia Valencia firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit up to three photos here: http://ens.org.co/Concurso_fotografia
Official website: www.ens.org.co/index.shtml?apc=a—;1;-;-;&x=20166259