Opening: September 1, 2019
Deadline: October 15, 2019
Entry fee: from $15 to $60
Prizes: Your Own Exhibition and over $2000 in Prizes
In December 2019, The Miami Photo Center will host his exhibition during Miami Photo Fair 2019 for which all image-makers are eligible.
The Miami Photo Center offers four “CALL FOR ENTRIES” . The exhibition, will be held at a local partner Gallery in Miami. Each exhibition will be juried by industry professionals. Approximately 40 images will be chosen for the exhibition, with the winners’ names and work displayed on the Miami Photo Center website.
The Call for Entry is now open. Submit your best images in our Portrait Category , Fine Art Category , Shooting the World Category or the Unleash your Creativity: Open Category for a chance to win your own Exhibition during Miami Photo Fair in December as well some amazing prizes:
1st Prize: Your Own Exhibition and over $2000 in Prizes: an Epson SureColor P800 Professional Photo Printer, a Gift Box of Hahnemühle USA 13×19” Photo Rag® 308 paper and a Box of Epson 13″x19″ Legacy Baryta Paper.
2nd Prize: Your Own Exhibition and a Wacom Intuos Pro Tablet with the super-sensitive Wacom Pro Pen 2.
3rd Prize: Your Own Exhibition and an X-Rite Photo & Video Color Checker Passport Photo for Control and Creativity from Capture to Edit.
I) Unleash Your Creativity Portrait Exhibition
Open internationally to both amateurs and professionals, This Portrait Exhibition can be commercial, fine art or alternative. Unique or captivating portraits are recommended. Portraits can consist of people, animals or pets, but not works of art. Photoshop is permitted.
II) Fine Art Exhibition
Fine art photographs are photographs created by the vision of the artist as photographer. Fine art photography stands in contrast to photojournalism, which provides a documentary visual account of specific subjects and events rather than the subjective intent of the photographer. We want to see YOUR vision!
III) Shooting the World Exhibition
This exhibition features subjects in candid situations within public places and does not necessitate the presence of a street or even the urban environment. It simply refers to a place where human activity can be seen, a place to observe and capture social interaction. Framing and timing are key, with the aim of creating images at a decisive or poignant moment. Show us the World how you see it!
IV) Unleash your Creativity
This our open Project Exhibition: 1–2 projects (5–10 images each) There is no theme for this exhibition. We want to see your creativity in complete freedom of expression.