The opportunity has arisen for you to have your photography seen by a global audience, and be judged by influential international photography critics. The Renaissance Photography Prize, which is open for entries now until June 14, showcases photography from both emerging and established photographers, and raises funds to support young women with breast cancer.
If you act fast (in fact, immediately), you’ll get a 20-per-cent discount off the entry fee with early-bird entries closing on April 18. Entrants can choose to enter either the Single Image category (with its themes of Earth, Relation, and Private), or the Series category (with its Open theme). All finalists of the Renaissance Photography Prize will be exhibited at the Getty Images Gallery in London.
(Gallery above) Renaissance Photography Prize Best Series 2015, Conor Clarke (Germany) with the series ‘Scenic Potential’
This year’s judges include Gregory Barker from HotShoe magazine, Emma Bowkett from FT Weekend Magazine, Louise Clements from QUAD and FORMAT, Tom Hind from Getty Images, Marloes Krijnen from FOAM, Chris Littlewood of Flowers Gallery, Shoair Mavlian from Tate Modern, and Fiona Shields from The Guardian.
For more information on entry fees and how to enter, visit renaissancephotography.org.