This month’s theme is URBAN LIFE judged by STEVE MACLEOD of Metro Imaging.
More than half of the world now live in cities – co-existing in a complex, man-made space. Show us urban life and the revelations of the modern world, from New York to Nairobi, São Paulo to Shanghai…
We’re interested in urban explorations and the insights they can uncover: architecture and cityscapes, urban scenes, street encounters, suburban stories… Street photography and all other genres welcome.
OTHER THEMES OPEN FOR ENTRIES
OPEN CALL – Closes 28 February 2017
SUBMIT YOUR IMAGES
> On top of the cash prizes, exposure and international exhibitions, all entrants can access group feedback, create a personal, public profile (we feature some in The Collection), and get published in the Journal.
> When submitting you can choose to submit to one of the open themes, or to submit your images across any of the three open themes in the combination of your choice. Each image is reviewed as a separate entry.
1. SHARE YOUR ART: Choose how many images to enter, or if you’d like to become a member
2. TIE IT TOGETHER: Pay the admin fee securely with a credit/debit card or PayPal, and upload your image(s)
3. AND FINALLY: Receive confirmation and access to “my LF” for exclusive content
Enter one image for one of the themes of your choice
Challenge yourself with each of our monthly themes!
Enter up to ten images per theme for each of the next 12 themes (including into the next edition of Life Framer)… Give yourself the best opportunity to win Life Framer, and stretch yourself with our varied calls for entries.
Here is a preview of the themes remaining:
Enter the Series Award (exclusively for members)
Enter a photographic project on any topic, of any genre, and in any format. We’re interested in the execution, the originality and the meaning of your art. There are no categories or themes so just enjoy the freedom and submit your best work.
The winner will have their own show and evening launch at the Matèria Gallery, a stunning exhibition space specialized in contemporary photography.