AI-AP Now Accepting Submissions for 5th Annual Latin American Photography Contest The deadline to enter AI-AP’s Latin American Fotografía and Ilustración 5 is June 3.

Submissions Open for 5th Annual Latin American Photography Contest

AI-AP Now Accepting Submissions for 5th Annual Latin American Photography Contest The deadline to enter AI-AP’s Latin American Fotografía and Ilustración 5 is June 3.

The deadline to enter AI-AP’s Latin American Fotografía and Ilustración 5 photography and illustration competition is June 3. Work made by Latin American photographers, foreign photographers working in Latin America, or on any Latin American subject is eligible to be submitted in any one of several categories including editorial, advertising, books, posters, packaging, fine art, and student.

Giovanni Cocco, PhotoPhilanthrophy

Alexa Dilworth on judging the Activist’s Awards

Alexa Dilworth, Publishing Director and Senior Editor at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University (CDS), was one of the judges at PhotoPhilanthrophy’s Activist’s Awards live judging here at The Image Flow in January.

She has written an honest and thought provoking blog for PhotoPhilanthropy about her experience as a judge and some of the challenges she encountered.

How does a photographer create a body of work that viewers can really see, take in with an awakened sensibility, and be engaged enough with to act, to answer a call to action?

Activists Awards and a Brief History of Photojournalism

The live judging of PhotoPhilanthopy’s Activists Awards (at The Image Flow January 26) has turned our attention to the history of photojournalism. PhotoPhilanthropy's Activists Awards PhotoPhilanthropy, now CatchLight, is a Private Family Foundation whose mission is to “...address critical social and environmental issues by providing nonprofits and photographers with the resources to work together to create images that drive social change around the world.” PhotoPhilanthrophy extends an open invitation every year for its ‘Activists Awards”. The submissions don’t have to ...

Photo Contest Winner Donates His Prizes to My Sandy Hook Family Fund

We received an email from the Santa Fe Workshops today that we wanted to share with you.   The Sandy Hook Tragedy: A Unique Opportunity to Help On December 7 we announced that Brian Toogood was the Grand Prize winner of our OUTSIDE photo contest. Yesterday, we discovered just how aptly named Brian Toogood truly is. Brian has asked that we auction off the prize package and that the proceeds go to the My Sandy Hook Family Fund. We, and …

Leica Photo Contest

Leica just announced this year’s Leica – Oskar Barnack Preis Photo Contest. The topic for submissions is “the relationship between humans and the environment.” I can think of a quite a few of our local Mill Valley photographers that have wonderful images for this topic. Jump in guys! Here’s the Press Release from Leica: Invitation to submit entries for the ‘Leica Oskar Barnack Award’ photographic competition Solms, Germany (January 12, 2011) – Leica Camera AG invites professional photographers to submit entries …