Conceptual Photo Competition

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Conceptual Photo CompetitionAwards:

  • The best photo will be exhibit it on the home page of the gallery, on the exhibition poster and on the cover of the album of the CONCEPTUAL exhibition.
  • All the selected works will be exhibit on line and published in CONCEPTUAL album.
  • The best photographer will be nominate as gallery ARTIST, will receive the exhibition album and paper diploma.

Conceptual photography is a type of photography that illustrates an idea. The ‘concept’ is both preconceived and, if successful, understandable in the completed image. These photographs are therefore produced to visualize a predetermined concept. Conceptual photography is all about ideas, symbols, and themes. It’s the perfect way to express yourself and make the most of your creative freedom. A picture is worth a thousand words, which means a variety of ideas can be condensed into a single photo. Photographs also offer a seemingly more real, tangible depiction of concepts that otherwise seem abstract or elusive. The conceptual photographer strives to bring a message to the viewer. It might be a political statement, a social commentary, or the portrayal of a psychological idea about people, relationships, and emotions. States of mind and subjective human experiences tend to be more challenging to represent as the concept of a visual image. They are often subtle, elusive, and intangible. So we want to see your ideas, your feelings, your imagination.

Image requirements: Max File Size 2 MB. Longest dimension should not exceed 1200 pixels, with a minimum size of 200 pixels. No Watermarks. Saved as JPEG or JPG, resolution of 72 dpi.

You can enter up to 5 images. Online submission of digital images via the website.

Judging criteria: creativity, composition, technical ability, originality, interpretation of the theme.


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