International Photography Awards (IPA) 2021 now is over!
The International Photography Awards (IPA) 2021, competition that recognizes photography’s leading talents who are creating, shaping and defining the world of photography today, has been recently opened for entries iviting all professional, amateur and student photographers around the world to participate.
The International Photography Awards (IPA) 2021 now is calling for entries!
The International Photography Awards conducts an annual photography competition for professional, non-professional, and student photographers on a global level, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. The IPA recognizes photography’s leading talents who are creating, shaping and defining the world of photography today.
The IPA competition recognizes photography’s leading talents who are creating, shaping and defining the world of photography today.
➜ Deeper Perspective
➜ Fine Art
➜ Moving Images/Video
All photographers must submit digital files. Prints are not accepted as part of the competition. Digital images submitted should be saved as .jpg, compression HIGH, in RGB format and not exceed 4 MB per file, at 72dpi.
The work of all 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners, and the names of Honorable Mentions, will be published in the IPA Annual Book of Photography.
The IPA competition is open to any living photographer, 18 years of age or older, from any country. Professional photographers will be judged separately from non-professional photographers and students.
The main professional prize is International Photographer of the Year, selected from the 13 professional category winners and earning the coveted Lucie Trophy and a cash prize of $10,000. The 13 category winners in the non-professional/student categories will compete for the title of Discovery of the Year. The winner will also receive the Lucie Trophy and $5,000 cash prize.
Besides earning the chance to compete for the top two prizes, the category winner in each professional and non-professional category will each also receive a $1,000 and $500 cash prize respectively, and as finalists for the
➜ Student: $15
➜ Amateur: $25
➜ Professional: $35