Las Vegas, NV—PhotoShelter, a leader in visual asset management for professional photographers, released results from its seventh annual guide. The 2020 Photographer’s Guide to Photo Contests was developed in partnership with the World Photography Organization. The WPO is a global platform that honors, presents and shares the best contemporary photography from around the world.
2020 Photographer’s Guide to Photo Contests
The guide gives readers tips for creating winning images. It also presents interviews with numerous contest winners. Moreover, it includes a list of 28 recommended photo contests. The guide can be downloaded directly here.
“This year we’ve included a gender and POC (person-of-color) breakdown of the juries; we believe that experience shapes the perception of photos and the reality that they depict,” said Allen Murabayashi, PhotoShelter cofounder and chairman.
The guide features the following photography competitions: Nikon Small World Photomicrography Contest; World Press Photo; Sony World Photography Awards; Red Bull Illume; PDN Photo Annual; NPPA Best of Photojournalism; Audubon Photography Awards; Aperture Portfolio Prize; the APA Awards; as well as Px3.
Moreover, all 28 photo contest recommendations are based on four main criteria: entry fees; prizes; submission right; and promised exposure.
In addition, The 2020 Photographer’s Guide to Photo Contests is the latest in PhotoShelter’s ongoing series of free business guides for photographers and marketing professionals. PhotoShelter’s library includes 70+ educational guides, including topics such as photo workshops, photo licensing, Instagram hashtags for photographers, e-mail marketing and creating a successful photography portfolio. Those guides are available at http://bit.ly/2KoCoTV.
PhotoShelter’s mission is to empower effortless visual storytelling. It offers a unified platform of technology, tools as well as insights. The company helps more than 80,000 professional photographers and 1,200+ brands manage their visual media every day. It does so through two solutions: PhotoShelter for photographers and Libris for brands.
The WPO is a global platform for photography initiatives. Working across 180 countries, its aim is to raise the level of conversation around photography. Moreover, it does this by celebrating the best imagery and photographers on the planet.
The organization also prides itself on building lasting relationships with individual photographers as well as industry partners around the world.