LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2021 now is over!
LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2021: LensCulture is very pleasant to announce 2021 edition of the Black & White Photography Awards, seeking remarkable photographic work that plays with the dynamic relationship between light, dark and all the tones in between.
LensCulture, a photography magazine based in Netherlands and one of the most comprehensive and far-reaching resources for discovering contemporary photography talent around the world, is thrilled to announce the return of their Black & White Photography Awards seeking remarkable photographic work that plays with the dynamic relationship between light, dark and all the tones in between.
Texture, shape, line and form are often hailed as the heroes of black and white photography. Show how you’re interpreting these design elements (or abandoning them altogether!) to create contemporary monochrome images and series. The 25 Finalists will be selected.
LensCulture is on a mission to discover the most imaginative, talented, creative photographers from diverse backgrounds and experience levels, and connect them with global audiences and career-changing opportunities.
Whether you’re working with silver gelatin or totally digital, eliciting nostalgia or leaning into abstraction, your monochrome creations deserve to be seen.
You may submit a single photos or series (in this case, your submission should work as a group, thematically or aesthetically).
LensCulture Black & White Photography Awards 2021 - Entry fees
➜ You may submit one photo for free (10 USD for each additional photo).
➜ 5 single-image entries, judged individually (not as a series): 35 USD
➜ Max 10 photographs, judged as a series: 45 USD
This competition is open to all photographers over the age of 18.
SERIES PRIZE WINNERS
➜ 1st Place: 3,500 USD
➜ 2nd Place: 2,000 USD
➜ 3rd Place: 1,000 USD
SINGLE IMAGE PRIZE WINNERS
➜ 1st Place: 2,000 USD
➜ 2nd Place: 1,000 USD
➜ 3rd Place: 500 USD First, second and third place Series winners will have their work permanently exhibited on LensCulture. Benefiting from LensCulture’s high search rankings and traffic to the site.
Select works will be screened at photo festivals and events worldwide.