PERSONAL LIGHT | the PhotoPhore photography award
The PhotoPhore is glad to launch its online photography award: PERSONAL LIGHT.
Artists, photographers and amateurs are invited to submit photo works about their personal interpretation of the concept of LIGHT. PARTICIPATION is FOR FREE!
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How we perceive the light? A physical phenomenon which is seen differently by each one of us. A subjective element both from a sensorial point of view, and for the meaning we attribute to it. The light acts as a physical organism which modifies and get modified by the surrounded reality. Changeable, iridescent, interpreted in different ways. An alive subject which has always been a protagonist in art and architecture. Often, it’s the light itself that “builds/creates” art and architecture.
We invite you to consider the light as the choice of what to enlighten and what to leave in the darkness. Light as attention. Something that illuminates what we decide and want to see, and that isolate the rest into darkness. It enlightens the path we want to walk, it focuses on the aim we want to achieve.
Light can also be considered as a chance; a part of the context that can’t be totally controlled but that gives us the possibility to be addressed. Light as an independent energy which casually lights up and discovers the possibilities we seize. A light we need to adapt to, to fight with, to shade or direct. Light to be embraced.
María Kjartans, Spiritual Landscapes. Courtesy of the artist. Graphic design by The PhotoPhore
– will be FEATURED on the PhotoPhore platform through a DEDICATED ARTICLE and INTERVIEW;
– the article will be PROMOTED and shared on all our SOCIAL PROFILES (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram);
– the winning picture will be used as COVER PICTURE of our social profiles for 2 weeks;
– a DEDICATED NEWSLETTER about the winner will be sent to our mailing list with more than 25.000 subscribers.
The 10 FINALISTS:
– will be FEATURED on the PhotoPhore platform through a collective ARTICLE;
– the article will be PROMOTED and shared on all our SOCIAL PROFILES (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).
At the end of the contest, there will be a DIGITAL PUBLICATION with winner’s dedicated detailed articles and finalists’ mentions (with winning pictures included!).
Xavier Blondeau, Presence Obscure. Courtesy of the artist. Graphic design by The PhotoPhore
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
– submit FOR FREE up to 5 photography works (JPEG files with a minimum size of 1.000 px) about the theme “Personal Light”. Submissions need to be sent by email or wetransfer to email@example.com by February 25, 2016;
– at the end of submission period, the PhotoPhore will check all the works received and upload them online on its Facebook page (www.facebook.com/thephotophore), in order to start the public vote phase (on February 29, 2016);
– once all the works are uploaded, share your work/s from the uploaded album and invite your friends to like the PhotoPhore Facebook page and your picture/s. The public vote will end on March 18, 2016. Votes on pictures will be valid only if the “liker” likes both the PhotoPhore Facebook page and pictures.
Ilia Yefimovich, Hard to Remember – Impossible to forget. Courtesy of the artist. Graphic design by The PhotoPhore
Among the 10 FINALISTS with the most-liked pictures (with a minimum of 100 “likes” for each one), the PhotoPhore team will select 1 final WINNER on March 22, 2016.
– submit your works by February 25, 2016
– vote and get voted from February 29 to March 18, 2016
– the final winner will be declared on March 22, 2016
Raphael Halin, Totem. Courtesy of the artist. Graphic design by The PhotoPhore
To get voted, invite your friends to like the PhotoPhore Facebook page (www.facebook.com/thephotophore) and to like your pictures uploaded on the page. We will check the loyalty of all the submissions/votes received. The PhotoPhore has the right to moderate and confirm the final public vote score.
Authors of works own the rights to the images submitted.
PARTICIPATION is FOR FREE!
Good luck and enlighten your way.
Image 1: Xavier Blondeau, Presence Obscure. Courtesy of the artist. Graphic design by The PhotoPhore