- Copyright: By participating in the Open Call Cortona On The Move Award all photographers grant the legal rights to publish, online and on social media, a selection made by Cortona On The Move, for promotional purposes of the open call and future activities related to it., By participating in the Open Call Cortona On The Move Award all photographers grant the legal rights to publish, online and on social media, a selection made by Cortona On The Move, for promotional purposes of the open call and future activities related to it.
- Entry fee: Free
- Entry deadline: 30th April 2023
- Who can enter: Open to all photographers, worldwide.
The open call is open-topic and welcomes projects, in development or unpublished, with the most varied photographic approaches to contemporaneity: new perspectives and new visions.
- 1 project will receive a €3,000 prize and will have the opportunity to be exhibited at the next edition of Cortona On The Move
- 2 projects will be published on the LensCulture website during 2023.
Enter min 10 – max 20 images. Online submission of digital images via the website.
– Jim Casper, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder of LensCulture
– Nathalie Herschdorfer, Director of Photo Elysée
– Veronica Nicolardi, Director of Cortona On The Move
– Laura Sackett, Creative Director of LensCulture
– Paolo Woods, Artistic Director of Cortona On The Move
Image requirements: .JPEG or .PNG format, with a minimum of 1200 pixels on the longest side, and not exceed 10 MB.
PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FOR YOU:
Being aware of your shutter speed means the difference between taking a blurry photo and a sharp photo. It all depends on what you are after. If you are shooting a sporting event or children running around in the backyard, you probably want your subjects to be in focus. To capture fast action you will have to use a shutter speed over 1/500th of a second, if not 1/1000th to 1/2000th. On the opposite end of the scale, you might want to capture the long streaks of a car’s tail lights running through your shot. Therefore you would change your camera’s shutter speed to a long exposure. This could be one second, ten seconds, or even longer.
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