AAPM 10 Portrait Photography Contest now is over!
The 10th printed issue of AAP Magazine once again will feature the best projects showcasing the theme ’Portraite’ so is calling all professional and amateur photographers worldwide to participate submitting they best photos.
AAPM 10 Portrait Photography Contest is the new edition of photography competition organised by AAP Magazine and now is calling for entries invititng all professional and amateur photographers worldwide to participate!
AAPM 10 ’Portrait’ invites photographers to explore humanity in each of us. From the classic studio portraits to the rise of the selfie, the best portraits give a glimpse into somebody’s soul, a connection formed across countries, cultures and ages.
Organiser seeks the submission of photographs that celebrate the aesthetic and conceptual considerations involved in the creation of the portrait: celebrate diversity, creativity, honesty and self-expression.
Studio portraits, candid street shots, self-portraits, conceptual and fine art all welcome.
All genres, capture types, color and B&W, traditional and non-traditional photographic and digital post-production processes are welcome for submission.
• Saved as JPEG or JPG.
• Resolution of 72 dpi.
• Grayscale or RGB profile.
• Layers must be flattened.
• Digital file should not exceed 2 MB.
• Longest dimension should not exceed 1200 pixels, with a minimum size of 200 pixels.
• Each entrant can submit a maximum of 40 images.
• Artistic skill/Photographic quality.
Winners will be notified by email by May 01, 2020. All 20 winners will have their work published in the printed issue of AAP Magazine, a free copy of the magazine and their portfolio showcased in the Winners Gallery of www.all-about-photo.com and announced on social media.
Entry fees are $30 (US Dollars) for up to 3 images and $5 (US Dollars) for each additional image.
Who can participate? ⇣
This portaite photography competition is open to all individuals who have reached the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence at the time of entry. It is open to professional and amateur photographers alike.