FAPA - Fine Art Photography Awards 2018 now is over!
Now in the 4th year, photography competition Fine Art Photography Awards is open for entries for 2018 and once again allows a person to communicate with the world and share their vision inviting both amateur and professional photographers worldwide to take a part.
Art is born out of passion. It results from the author’s deep sensitivity, a need to express feelings through image, a unique view of the surrounding reality. It can be spontaneous, but it can also be a conscious and deliberate manifesto. Fine Art Photography Awards is searching for photos born out of passion.
FAPA’s mission is to celebrate Fine Art photography and to discover emerging talent from around the world.
There are two main section:
• Professional - those who earn at least half of their income from photography.
• Amateur - for photographers who do not make their main income from photography.
In each section, photographers can compete in 20 categories divided for professional and amateur level of expertise — are: Abstract, Architecture, Cityscape, Conceptual, Fashion, Fine Art, Landscape, Nature, Night Photography, Nudes, Open Theme, Panoramic, People, Photojournalism, Photomanipulation, Portrait, Seascape, Street Photography, Travel, Wildlife/Animals.
You may enter as many images as you wish. A series consists of at least 2 and no more than 5 images, sharing a common theme and a single title. Series will be judged as an entire piece.
You may also enter the same image into as many categories as you want (additional fee for next category is 10 USD). Both published and unpublished work is accepted, and images that have won prizes in other competitions or that have been submitted to other competitions currently underway are eligible.
Digitally manipulated images are accepted, although within reason and taste, and there is no time or date restriction on when the image was taken.
Your work will be judged by an international panel of high profile photographers.
Winners will be announced on April 15th, 2018.
Entry fees start at $15 per entry for single entries by Amateurs and $20 per entry for single entries by Professional
Entries after 15th October 2017, cost $5 more.
This competition is open worldwide to amateurs and professionals alike, over 18 years of age.