There are no category restrictions, so all scholarship art contest we ask is that you be creative.
Its well worth the price of entry for photographers at any stage of their career.
If you send the right photo to the right contest, youll win money in your pocket, eyeballs on your work and a credit for your resume.Should you enter: Maybe.Stefano Zardini, Merit Winner Deadline: May 2017 Prize: An all-expenses paid photo expedition plus some nice swag in the form of cameras Entry fee: 15 per entry National Geographic has a long and storied tradition of great photography, and this contest is one of the.Her stunning series of portraits of the children and youths who survived the July 2011 massacre on the island of Utøya, outside Oslo, One Day in History, were published around the world and, despite being a mum to a very young baby at the time.Dont get caught up in scams that ask for money and offer no value.PDN circulates the winners photos in its print magazine and on its website, to a readership full of editors and buyers.Richard Peters, First Prize Deadline: March 2017 Prize: 3,000 Travel and accommodations for awards show Entry fee: 30 This nature photography contest has a more creative tilt than the others.Plus, theres a youth category open only to those under.Because its easy to rack up entry fees, be mindful of where youre at in your career.Its worth following I Shot It on social media so that you can stay up-to-date with the latest competition theyre running.Yes, if youre an avid wildlife photographer.
This competitions reputation is growing every year.
Giulio Di Sturco, First Prize: Contemporary Issues.Deadline: February 2017, prize: 500, entry fee: 20, for emerging photographers, it can be tricky navigating the competitions that promise career-making exposure.Until then, however, we have a little bit more winter to ride out.We judged them by prizing, entry fees and submission rights.This contest is one of the best ways to get industry exposure.It seeks to illustrate the rich diversity of life on Earth and inspire action to protect and conserve it through the power of imagery.Its also a great option for young photographers with separate awards for under 14 years old and 15 to 17 years old.Big Pictures chair is award-winning conservation photographer Suzi Eszterhas.Photo District News contest accepts submissions in ten categories, including fine art, student work and photojournalism.