19
Feb

Networking Oppurtunities

2009-02-19 — posted by at 20:47

Workshop & Competition

Workshop

Here’s a chance to network with Professionals in the industry.

HEAD ON TO PERFECT PORTRAITURE

“A one day seminar about portraiture not to be missed by anyone who photographs people – professionals and non-professionals alike.

Learn the secrets to creating great work and getting it published from some of Australia’s foremost commercial photographers and photojournalists.”

More info?

Competition

CALL FOR ENTRIES 2009 DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION – Sunday 11pm (EDT), 22 March 2009

Head on Foundation invites photographers to submit images to the 2009 photographic portrait competition.

Prizes will be awarded for the best 3 images. The selection of images will be made anonymously based on the power of the photograph rather than the celebrity of the subject or photographer. Further prizes will be awarded to images selected for ‘The Critic’s Prize’ and for ‘People’s Choice’.

Finalists’ work and winners will be selected by Magnum photographer Trent Parke, Award winning Photographer Narelle Autio, Good Weekend picture editor Judith Love and Head On curator Moshe Rosenzveig. The ‘Critic’s Prize’ will be selected by the Sydney Morning Herald photography critic Robert McFarlane.

Total value of prizes is approximately $37,000.

Head on over to the site for the full scoop.

 
3
Feb

Head On Competiton

2009-02-03 — posted by at 21:23

CALL FOR ENTRIES 2009

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION – Sunday 11pm (EDT), 22 March 2009

Head on Foundation invites photographers to submit images to the 2009 photographic portrait competition.

Prizes will be awarded for the best 3 images. The selection of images will be done anonymously based on the power of the photograph rather than the celebrity of the subject or photographer. Further prizes will be awarded to images selected for ‘The Critic’s Prize’ and for ‘People’s Choice’.

Finalists’ work will be selected by Magnum photographer Trent Parke, Award winning Photographer Narelle Autio, Good Weekend picture editor Judith Love and Head On curator Moshe Rosenzveig. The ‘Critic’s Prize’ will be selected by the Sydney Morning Herald photography critic Robert McFarlane.

Total value of prizes is approximately $37,000.

More details.

 
12
Oct

Want your photo to be part of an exhibition at St Martins?

2008-10-12 — posted by at 00:20

St Martins Youth Arts Centre is looking for artists aged 16 to 25 to submit photographs for a new exhibition which will coincide with St Martins end of year production…

The Suitcase & The Storm

St. Martin’s is accepting submissions via its website of photos in digital format. Selected entries will be projected in the St Martins foyer gallery space between December 3rd and 13th to form part of an exhibition

St Martins is looking for photos that respond, reflect and engage with the following idea:
“You can’t see what’s on the inside from here…..”

Go to www.stmartinsyouth.com.au for more details and to submit your BRAINDEAD photos. Competition Open from September 8th to November 2nd 2008

Terms and Conditions
All artwork entries must be JPEG, TIFF, or PDF files
Entries may also be submitted on CD or DVD
All artists must be 16-25 years of age and be able to supply a copy of photo identification upon entry
All artworks are to be printed for the gallery in a form decided by the curators
All entrants must submit necessary documentation from the St. Martins website

 
10
Sep

Competition, Get yourself published.

2008-09-10 — posted by at 00:34

“The Outsider’s Guide to Melbourne in association with Aperture Studios present: the photojournalism competition Capturing Melbourne”

“Submissions to Capturing Melbourne should combine text and photography. Every story submitted to the competition should have a text of minimum 300 words and a maximum 2000 words, which should be accompanied by a minimum of 2 photographs and a maximum of 12

In this way, the submitters will have the freedom to either focus more on the photography or on the writing.

The stories can be submitted both individually and in groups and can deal with all sorts of topics, just as long as they occur within the limits of the metropolitan area of Greater Melbourne.

The best 10 stories, which will be selected by an independent jury (still to be determined), will be published in the printed version of the Outsider’s Guide to Melbourne”

Entries open 8th September 2008, and close 2nd November 2008

 
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