Budapest International Foto Awards 2023

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Budapest International Foto AwardsPrizes:

  • BIFA Photographer of the Year – $3,000 cash prize and BIFA trophy
  • New Talent of the Year – $2,000 cash prize and BIFA trophy
  • First Place Category Winners (Pro and Non-Pro) – $200 cash prize (Paypal or Amazon gift card)


  • Advertising
  • Architecture
  • Book
  • Editorial
  • Events
  • Fine Art
  • Nature
  • People
  • Science

Winners will be announced 30-45 days after the final deadline.

A series consists of at least 2 and no more than 8 photographs sharing a common theme or concept and a single title. Online submission of digital images via the website.

Image requirements: jpg, and minimum 1000 pixels in either height or width. Please remember also to keep your files in RGB format, no larger than 4MB per image


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Your DSLR camera should have several different shooting modes – mainly Aperture priority, Shutter priority, and full manual. Each of these modes offers a different level of control. Moreover, each shooting method is better suited for certain nature situations. Aperture priority – Using this mode you control the aperture. This controls how much of your photo is in focus. A large aperture such as f/2.8, for example, will only have a small area of focus – the surrounding background will be out of focus. A smaller aperture such as f/8, on the other hand, will have much more in focus. For macro shots and single object shots, a larger aperture is preferable. Alternatively, for landscape nature shots, a smaller aperture is desirable to get more in focus. Shutter priority – This mode allows you to control how fast the shutter clicks. This mode is preferable when shooting moving wildlife. You can then set the fast shutter speed to capture the movement in sharp detail. Manual mode – Using manual mode you can control every aspect of the photo. If you need to tweak several of the camera settings, manual mode is advised.