UPDATED – Where to Submit: Upcoming Deadlines / Open Calls

Quite a few street photography competitions, festivals and open calls coming up in the next few weeks. The list will be updated. If you have a suggestion, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

14.03.2020: Kolga Tbilisi Photo Awards

This year, for the nineteenth time, the Kolga photo contest is held. This year’s nominations are: Documentary series, Reportage, Conceptual photo project, One best shot & Mobile photo best Shot. The prize pool is $ 6,500. The winners in the first three nominations will receive $ 1,500-1,500 each. The best shot nomination winner will receive $ 1,000 and author of the best mobile photo category will receive $ 500. The KOLGA NEWCOMER PHOTO AWARD is presented to a young photographer under the age of 25, whose photo will be selected from documentary, reportage and conceptual photo projects. The modest aim of the award is to facilitate professional development of young photographers and help them to pave the way in the world of photography.

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10.03.2020: Italian Street Photo Festival

“Your participation will allow the Festival to exist and promote our common passion, street photography. You can be a winner of our contests! Our judges are representative and contemporary street photographers around the world.”

  • 1 Photo € 15
  • 2 Photos € 25
  • 3 Photos € 35
  • 4 Photos € 40
  • 5 Photos € 45

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31.01.2010: Bangkok Street Photo Festival

Entry Fee:
Single Photo USD $35 / 3 images
Photo Series USD $45 / 6 images
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15.01.2020: Exibart Street Photography Contest

“We invite you to show us your best Street Photography pictures because we truly want to discover the most talented image-makers.

The winner will be published in our online magazine, our social networks and will receive a great prize: a compact and powerful Leica D-Lux 7 digital camera.”

Details
Free entry
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07.01.2020: World Photography Awards

“Enter one of the four Sony World Photography Awards competitions for free, you could win worldwide exposure for your work.”

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05.01.2020: Mobile Photography Awards

“The Mobile Photography Awards were founded in 2011 to recognise and celebrate the talent and imagery of the mobile photo & art communities. Alongside our annual competition (October-December), we produce themed exhibits with international open calls throughout the year.”

Details
Entry fee: $15 for one photo, $30 for three photos, $50 for six photos, $100 for 15 photos
Submit

 

05.05.2019: DongGang International Photo Festival, Korea

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Theme: COLORFUL DREAMER

People with dreams and ideals innovate themselves and, eventually, manage to change the world. That is presumably because one cannot fulfil a dream alone: one needs to communicate to the world. By presenting the artworks that showcase a wide array of individual dreams, it is our wish to create an opportunity where we can all remind ourselves the meaning of the dream in the age that is often criticised for the absence of true dreams and dreamers. Individuals and collectives are welcome to apply; individuals should select and enter between 8-10 photographs from a particular series or body of work.

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15.05.2019: London Street Photography Festival

London Street Photography Festival is a non-profit international event based in London showcasing Street Photography. The goal of the Festival is to build a community and to establish and develop a platform for networking, learning and development through exhibitions, workshops, lectures, competition and associated events. We aim to be closely connected to the community and young people and provide them with the world-class resources and experience in one of the most dynamic and popular genres of photography.

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31.05.2019: URBAN 2019 Photo Awards Contest

“URBAN Photo Awards is a photo contest that sees every year thousand of partecipating pictures and hundreds of participants from all over the world. It is an always growing international photography competition, one of the very few that goes “over the boundaries” of Internet offering to photographers real visibility through dozens of international photo exhibitions.”

Details:
Submit
Submission fee: € 12 – € 35

 

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23.04.2019: Street Photo Milano

“Street Photo Milano and the Miami Street Photography Festival give photographers from the world the opportunity to be exhibited at two major galleries in Miami and Milan, giving significant exposure and a global recognition. The contests contribute to supporting the festival and promoting street photography in an ever-wider audience, stimulating the growth of new talents. We have 2 competitions: series and single images.”

Details:
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Submission fee: € 30 – € 50

24.04.2019: Lensculture Street Photography Awards

“Throughout history many of the world’s most iconic and memorable photographs have been made by street photographers, but who is is defining this genre today? For the 2019 LensCulture Street Photography Awards, we are searching the globe to find out.”

Details:
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Submission fee: $20 -$60, one image for free

 

28.04.2019: Streetfoto San Francisco

“StreetFoto San Francisco invites you to submit your finest street photographs to any of our five international contests. Submissions will be carefully judged by a team of well-known, accomplished street photographers and finalists will be announced in May 2019. All finalists will be exhibited at StreetFoto San Francisco the week of June 3-9, 2019. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on June 8. Photos may be entered into more than one contest.”

Details
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First image: $20.
Second image: $20
Additional images: $12

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28.02.2019: Short Street Stories, Exhibit Around

“We are looking for street photographers to participate with single photos and/or projects/portfolios with a humorous and satirical look at contemporary society. The lesson to be inspired is Martin Parr‘s (or the one of In-PublicUn-posed and Burn My Eye collectives): “anthropological” photography with an ironic slant, able to tell through a new perspective the modern world, social differences and changes in progress. Not surprisingly, Martin Parr will be the main guest of the 2019 edition of Trieste Photo Days and Short Street Stories wants to be a small tribute to the sardonic style of the great British photographer.”

Details:
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Submission costs: free

 

28.02.2019: Italian Street Photo Festival

“Your participation will allow the Festival to exist and promote our common passion, street photography. You can be a winner of our contests! Our judges are representative persons of the current street photography world.”

Details:
Submit
Submission costs: 15 – 45 euro

 

28.02.2019: Image nation – Ethereal: A Daily Poetry

“Ethereal: A Daily Poetry is an international photo essay that lies on the edge of dreams, where the surreal meets the material. A series of timeless pictures, a call for contemplation, an invitation to leave a kind of rationality in order to reach imaginary landscapes which are inner and external landscapes at the same time. The exhibition will be held in our new gallery, in the very heart of the Marais district in Paris, one of the coolest quarters and a dream place for art lovers.”

Details:
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Submission costs: free

 

28.02.2019: The Independent Photographer

“Street photography has been one of the most exciting and influential form of the medium of photography since its creation. Whether the subject is your own urban environment or as you explore other territories and cultures: Street photography can take many forms – Show us your streets!”

Details:
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Submission costs: 20 – 40 euro

 

28.02.2019: Urban Photographer of the Year

“Calling amateur and professional photographers alike to capture your vision of a future city for a chance to win the photography trip of a lifetime.”

Details:
Submit
Submission costs: free

 

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by Julie Hrudová, founder of StreetRepeat
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