“Blind Sight” Photography Contest
Blind photographers use touch, smell, hearing, memory, and other sensations to "compose" their images and sense the timing their subjects. They prove — beautifully and creatively — that you can see without sight. Make your photographs without the use of sight. Use other senses besides sight to create the photograph: your imagination, memory, intuition, touch, smell, or hearing instead. Write a brief statement, explaining how you took the picture without looking.
- $300 Grand Prize
- $200 Second Prize
- $100 Third Prize
Jurors: Julie Grahame, Jerry Fielder, and Meredith Mullins.
Submit up to five entries. Online submission of digital photographs via a Facebook page.
- Artistic merit of the Entrant Content (includes composition, impact, subject selection;
- Creativity and originality of the Entrant Content;
- Technique displayed in the Entrant Content (includes technical quality and explanation of how the shot was taken “blind”).