The Everyday Projects
A global, grassroots movement predominantly comprising communities of photographers, The Everyday Projects, was founded sixteen years ago by photographer, Peter DiCampo and writer, Austin Merrill.
Profile • October 16, 2020
American photographer Susan Meiselas has always chosen daring subjects. From photo essays on the lives of strippers at New England county fairs to the…
Editorial • October 9, 2020
Photography and love
Love is a theme that has been widely explored by artists throughout the ages, and photographers are no exception. Many of the greats were…
Editorial • October 2, 2020
A Brief History of Panos Pictures
With a belief and commitment to the photography of ideas, one that pushes social discourse to the forefront, Panos Pictures is a hugely important…
Profile • September 24, 2020
Viviane Sassen: Staging Dreams
Viviane Sassen, who grew up in Kenya, claims that “The concept of a human figure for me, in essence, is black, it’s not white.”…
Profile • September 17, 2020
Saul Leiter now widely recognized as one of the most important photographers of the post-war period, was an American painter and an early pioneer…
Top 10 • September 9, 2020
Iran in 10 iconic images
Iran’s photo history reflects the contradictions of a society where there are deep tensions between traditional and contemporary culture, between urban and rural tradition.
2020 PEOPLE AWARD Deadline: 31 October 2020
than to click the shutter.” - Alfred Eisenstaedt
Spanning across all corners of the globe, crossing both cultures and borders; we’ve created a complex world of traditions and behaviors. There are few restrictions and we are looking for portraiture, travel, street photography, documentary work, photojournalism, or any other form of photographic practice that tells the story of people!
*FREE ENTRY*: Regardless of your budget or location, this month we are offering a FREE ENTRANCE on single-image submission to all participants.
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Maude Bardet
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- Mary Ellen Mark