Colors of the World Photo Contest – Xpozer

Colors of the World Photo Contest - Xpozer

Deadline: August 31, 2020
Entry Fee: Free
Prizes: Valuable Prizes

Join the Xpozer Monthly Photo Contest and win a giant photo print and Xpozer’s award-winning photo frame! Give your photo the modern gallery-look it deserves. All photographers welcome!

Be inspired and join the Xpozer Photo Contest!

All Terms & Conditions

  • no watermarks
  • no “selfies”
  • no screenshots

Dates

  • 1st of July – 31st of August
    Join our Photo Contest! Enter for a chance to win your photo printed on Xpozer.
  • 1st of July – 31st of August
    Share your photo on Facebook or Twitter and get your photo into the Top 25!
  • 5th of September
    Our Expert Jury will provide the Top 25 with feedback as well as pick the winner.

About the Theme

As a photographer you experience adventures that you never thought possible.

We want to see your photos that celebrate the colors of the world. The rich diversity of color within nature, cities, clothing, food, whatever you think best represents the theme of this summer challenge

Prizes

  • Xpozer 4Pack – 24″x36″ or 60×90 cm
    Razor-sharp prints
    100% Glare-Free
    Hang them perfectly with Xpozer’s award-winning photo frame
    Switch photos easily and hang your newest shots using the same frame
  • Xpozer Surprise Pack
    Includes the RAWsome Xpozer T-Shirt
    As well as the Amazing Photography Book

Jury of the Month: Albert Dros

A professional since 2012, Albert’s work can be described as vibrant, colourful with a hint of fairytale. His landscapes have often been described as having a ‘Lord Of The Rings’ quality to them while his cityscapes are crystal clear and sharp. As a perfectionist he always tries to capture a certain moment or scene in the best possible way, spending time to get the shot he wants. He calls himself a ‘modern’ photographer and loves new technology, always trying to keep up with innovations. That’s where he says Sony is a complete fit for his ethos and personality. His work has been featured in Time, National Geographic and the Huffington Post and his projects range from pure landscape work to artistic abstract approaches in which he is trying different things with photography. He believes it important to have no boundaries in expressing an artistic vision.

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