Together Photography Contest

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Together Photography ContestIn this troubled corner of the universe known as planet earth, there has always been good reason for all it’s creatures, great and small, to stick together. Whether gaggles of geese, schools of fish, a pack of dogs, an exaltation of larks or a gang of teenagers, there is safety in numbers. Folks like to get together to celebrate things: “The more the merrier!” is the battle cry. Teams, classes, squads, crews, tribes, bands, herds, gangs, quorums, committees and congresses – if it’s worth doing it seems to be better together than alone. Two heads are supposedly better than one, so is there any danger of too much togetherness? Only within the chemical reaction called love, where two is company and three’s a crowd; and we all know it’s no fun being a fifth wheel. Nevertheless, love remains the 500 pound gorilla of the togetherness scene; what it lacks in numbers it makes up for in sense of purpose – there’s a reason “love conquers all” became a quotable quote! This month at 1650, we want to see YOUR version of togetherness – be it birds of a feather, lovers in the park, your gramma’s bridge club or cats and dogs living in sin – we want to see it all! So gang together with your best friend the camera and show us your take! Because this month at 1650 there is no right or wrong; there is only you and me, and TOGETHER we’ll make history!


  • Best In Show, 2nd Place and 3rd Place will be awarded and posted online after the show opening.
  • Approximately fifty works will be chosen from submitted photos to be included in the Together group photography exhibition at 1650 Gallery in Los Angeles.

Image requirements: JPG format; 72 ppi, image width up to 1024 pixels on the longest side.

Online submission of digital images via the website. All accepted entries must submit a high res jpeg (300-360 dpi, minimum size 5×7) to be included in the printed SHOW CATALOG.


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