Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Photographers! >> 1 week left to get 5% off! Enter Px3 before January 15,2019

 
Enter your photos to PX3 today and win cash prizes!
Px3 2019 / CALL FOR ENTRIES
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CALL FOR ENTRIES

Enter the 2019 edition of the Paris Photo Prize by
Tuesday 15th of January 2019 to receive 5% off your entry fees.
Px3 2019 PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS
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$7,000 in
cash prizes
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P×3 curated exhibition
in Paris
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Inclusion in the Annual
P×3 book
The Photographer of the Year is chosen from among the 1st prize winners in each of the 6 Pro Categories (Advertising, Book, Fine Art, Nature, Portraiture, Press/Editorial). The Best New Talent of the Year is chosen from the 1st prize winners in the 6 Non-Pro/Student categories. The winners of these 2 titles receive cash prizes, their work is publicized internationally, receive the spotlight at all events, are exhibited in Paris, and published in the P×3 Annual Book.
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With this special contest, our goal is to bring uncensored news, directly from photographers witnessing events with the guarantee that they are not manipulated by the mainstream media or sensationalized for profit.

Submitted images will be viewed and judged by our distinguished panel of Jurors and entries will compete for $4,000 in total cash prizes. The Grand Winner will be selected from the category winners – meaning that the winning photographer will get the Category Winner Award and the Grand Winner Award as well. 
Show us the world with your photography
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Photo Credits (from top-left): Eduard Korniyenko, Vincenzo Montefinese, Jeffrey Stockbridge, Paula Bronstein
Deadline: 28th of February, 2019.

Photographers of all levels of expertise are welcome to enter.
There are no separate categories for professional and non-professional / student photographers.
Photo series categories:
• Political impact
• War/conflict
• Social documentary
• Environmental issues
• Heroes among us
• What a wonderful world
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ARTIST HIGHLIGHT
"Healing Landscape: A Damaged World in Transition"
by joSon / 1st Place in Nature (Px3 2018)

"The San Francisco Bay Area Salt Ponds, once home to a stunning array of wildlife and plants, viewed from air, are now a world of blazing colors and swirling patterns. Yet their complex industrial history, including the use of their salt to manufacture napalm in the 1960s—the searing effects of which I witnessed firsthand during my upbringing as a young Buddhist monk in Vietnam—has increasingly led me to see them in a new light. This is a story of a thriving land in transition: a healing landscape that unites many worlds as one."
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James Wellford
National Geographic / Senior Photo Editor, Global Affairs
James Wellford is a Senior Photo Editor for Global Issues at National Geographic Magazine in Washington, DC. Prior to this, he was the Editorial Director at Visura (Visura.co) and a contributing photo editor at Foreign Policy, CNN, and Smithsonian Journeys. For 12 years he was the International Photo Editor at Newsweek Magazine and is a Knight Wallace Fellow from the University of Michigan. His collaborative work with photographers has received top honors at the Overseas Press Club, World Press Photo, POYi, American Photo, Visa Pour L’image, PX 3, and NPPA. He curates photography and multimedia shows that address topical issues in the world.
James has served as a jury member in many international awards and was a member of the 2012 World Press Masterclass in Amsterdam He is also on the advisory board of the Photobook Museum and is the co-founder of ScreenProjects, an organization working on ways to create, support, and deliver powerful visual and narrative stories around the world.
Cover photo: Erika Valkovicova / Hypnotised (Px3 2018 - Non-Pro/Student)
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