Director Larry Padgett at The Center for Fine Art Photography has announced a new competition, Street Photography. The competition is designed to raise opportunities for discussion and examination of that unique perspective of the photographer that leads to the creation of moving and memorable street photography. Capturing the interactions of people with their environment and each other is part of the focus, as is the myriad elements that affect daily life “on the street.” The images can be in urban or rural settings, and elsewhere. Images can be from any country or culture in the world. Awards include a $300 Juror’s Selection award, a $200 Director’s Selection award, a gallery exhibition at and a Feature presentation in Artists’s ShowCase, the feature section in CameraArts Magazine, and many more.
The deadline for entries is January 15, 2008.
The juror, Michelle Dunn Marsh, is the Deputy Director of Aperture Foundation. Michelle also specializes in freelance book design and education in the field of design and photographic history. Photographers of all mediums are invited to participate in this exhibition. Click here to find out more.
Image: What’s Next? © Lloyd Greene