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Enter The Lumiere Photography Awards Competition and Gain Worldwide Exposure

Uncategorized | October 27, 2016 |

Enter The Lumiere Photography Awards Competition and Gain Worldwide Exposure
Take your photographic career to the next level
FINAL DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31, 2016

The Lumiere Awards are an international open call for phothography possessing uncommon vision. This opportunity is open to photographers of all backgrounds who capture images that make the unknowable known. Our goal is to celebrate the most iconic photos taken by new and emerging talent, as well as professionals, from around the world and award their photographic insights.

 

Categories
We invite ALL types of photographers – professional, non-professional/amateur, student and mobile photography – in the following categories: Abstract, Advertising, Architecture/CityscapeCollageDocumentaryExperimentalFashion, Landscape/Seascape/Nature, NudesPeople/Portraits, Political, Photojournalism, Still Life, Street Photography, Video/Moving Images.

 

For more information please visit: lumiereawards.com

 

Enter The Lumiere Photography Awards Competition and Gain Worldwide Exposure

 

 

Awards
GRAND PRIZE: INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
The winner of this award will receive prizes totaling $5,000

EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
The winner of this award will receive prizes totaling $2,100

MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
The winner of this award will receive prizes totaling $1,850

 

Eligibility
This Call for Entries is open to all photographers of all backgrounds – professional, non-professional/amateur, student, and mobile photography.

 

For more information or to submit your photos to the competition, please visit lumiereawards.com

 

Enter The Lumiere Photography Awards Competition and Gain Worldwide Exposure

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