Freedom to Love Photography Award 2014
FREEDOM TO LOVE aims to raise awareness on the difficulties many people endure every day worldwide, as they try to express the most powerful and constructive human quality – love. The judges are looking for photographs that testify that love is universal. Participants are invited to submit images of love, communion and friendship that cross established social boundaries, be they racial, religious, gender, age, or any other identifiable boundary.
- Anne Williams, Director for Photography, London College of Communication
- Bradley Secker, Photoreporter
- Michael Pritchard, Director General, The Royal Photographic Society
- Roberta Cremoncini, Director, Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
- Roger Tooth, Head of Photography, The Guardian
- Sue Steward – Photographic Critic, The Evening Standard
The names of the finalists are announced – 22/12/2014
Image requirements: jpg format at 72 dpi; no larger than 800KB. The finalists will be asked to provide high-resolution images of the works submitted:
300DPIat a minimum recommended size of 3000×2000 pixels.
Each applicant will need to submit a photographic essay, social reportage consisting of three themed digital images. Only one entry per person. Submission of digital photographs via the website.