Dodho Magazine Photo Competition Fine Arts

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Dodho Magazine Fine Arts

The recipient of the highest honor will be bestowed with the prestigious title of Photographer of the Year, accompanied by a substantial cash prize. Their exceptional work will take a prominent place in the annual Fine Art Awards book, sharing the spotlight with the top 100 finalists, second and third place winners, and two honorees. Furthermore, the twenty-five outstanding images will be prominently featured in our online gallery for a year, drawing thousands of visits from industry professionals. This recognition provides an invaluable platform for visual artists to showcase their talent and expertise, offering an unparalleled opportunity for their work to be appreciated by a global audience. Simultaneously, this initiative also aims to promote the art of photography, emphasizing the beauty and depth that this form of expression can attain.


  • 1000 Euros for the winner.

Image requirements: JPG format at 72dpi and 1200px on the better side

Online submission of digital photographs via the website.


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