Annual competition open globally to both amateurs and professionals, with the top 100 entries being published in their album. Mini-competitions are also held. Provides rules and reviews.
Open to amateurs and professionals. Photographs must depict an interpretation of people, places or activities of the Southern Appalachians. Provides galleries, a list of awards, rules and press releases.
Competition based in Hasselblad, Austria. Includes a list of previous contest winners, photos of previous top winners and contact information.
Information on the Honickman First Book Prize in Photography, Dorothea Lange–Paul Taylor Prize, CDS Filmmaker Award, and the John Hope Franklin Student Documentary Awards.
International, open to amateur and professionals. Offers free monthly themed competitions with winners getting exposure on their blog. Also offers an annual competition on a black and white theme. Includes a winners' gallery and FAQs.
Offering four themes, with the competition open to all. Explains the rules and lists the entries so far.
Hosts juried exhibits in Vermont USA. Shows a photographic gallery of exhibits and has an online submission form for exhibition entries.
Weekly digital photography challenges with photograph feedback, forums, tutorials, and many other community features for all skill levels.
Has a 'photo of the day' competition. Includes archives of previous winners.
Competition has an open, amateur and VR/360 category. There are tips on preparing the image, rules, prizes, profiles of the judges and galleries of past winning entries.
Peer judged competitions. Community featuring a forum.
Open to international contestants, both amateur and professional. Themes are different according to skill level. Includes jury and prize information and FAQs.
Run by Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. Rules, categories and prizes.
Annual competition. Displays past winners and exhibitions and offers a blog.
Has PDF files displaying the results for each category and a gallery of winners. Archived results are available going back to 2007, the first year of the competition.
Annual competition open to professional and amateurs. Includes information about the judges, rules, online entry form and previous winners.
Uploaded photographs may be selected to be used on a label for their soft drink. Submitted pictures can be viewed along with the photographer's name, location and submission date.
Holds regular creative contemporary competitions. Provides prize information, current theme and past winners.
Contains medal winners, acceptances for future Salons, portfolios of Salon members, entry details and a note on the history.
Professional and amateur black and white photograph competition. Presents the jury and winners' gallery. Publishes a book featuring the winners.
International nature photograph competition. Presents winners' galleries and awards.
Open to both amateurs and professionals though the two are separated with their own themes. Offers information about entering including rulles and FAQs, and displays previous winners' galleries. Winners are awarded titles and cash prizes.
Monthly competition for amateurs aged 18 years or older. Shows the previous winning entries and provides rules, FAQs and submission form.
Competition open to all, on the theme of world beauty. Winners are awarded cash prizes. Details of the jury, rules and a list of previous winners.
Photo District News professional photography magazine's competition, offering a number of categories for entrants including corporate work, sports and photo journalism. FAQs explaining the categories and prizes. Rules.
Lists competitions from around the world along with information such as the entry deadline, prizes and entry requirements. Arranged in such categories as nature, travel and photojournalism. Provides a guide to their top 10 competitions and tips on entry.
Allows individuals, businesses and organisations to host their own competitions. Prizes, themes and entry fees vary for entrants. Includes a blog.
Lists competitions ongoing, with a 'soon to close' category. Provides entry information, such as rules and requirements, and prizes available.
Open to amateurs around the world. Winners have their entries published and are awarded cash prizes and cameras.
Allows members to participate in free photography and photo-art tournaments as judges or challengers. Includes archive, latest winners, FAQ and application.
Hosts an international all-skill-levels competition. Shows past winners, judges and includes a blog.
Open to amateurs and professionals. Winners are awarded cash prizes and may be published in their annual book and have their winning entry shown in a Paris exhibition. Provides a gallery of previous winning entries and a directory of photographers.
Includes a description of the competition theme, a list of fees, prizes and jurors.
Open to all, accepts color, monochrome and slides in all categories. Prestigious international competition.
International Contest with FPF, FIAP and PSA approvement. FAQ, entry form to download, previous winners.
Competition in two categories: interior shots, exterior shots. Photographs must highlight Shaker architecture, Shaker furniture and accessories in real life.
The project is running a short and sweet photography contest for images that display changes within our ocean and coastal environment.
Runs three competitions a month using people, land and wildlife as the themes. Photography related prizes are awarded. Has a gallery of previous winners' pictures and rules for entry.
Themed competition with winning entries being exhibited and entrants winning a cash prize.
Winners typically win cash prizes. Features a gallery of past entries and a list of their winner exhibitions.
Awards cash prizes and publicity for the winners. Photographs and company information.
Features competition philosophy, award categories, rules and archive of previous winners.
Features a community of photographers and their pictures. The competition is based on a theme with the winner getting a cash prize and exposure.
Contest held annually in Cork, Ireland. Shows categories, entry form, prizes and awards, past entries and a note on the team behind the event.
International amateur and professional competition. Lists the competition rules, categories, sponsors and prizes. Gives advice on picture selection. Also includes the winners' gallery and details about exhibitions and workshops.
Features a collection of competitions. Also offers a photograph gallery. Includes peer photograph challenges. Membership required for entry.
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