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Photography Award – Freedom to Love

“No one should be afraid to walk down the street holding hands with the person they love” (B. Obama 2013)

Photographic Award by Accademia Apulia UK

With the support of The Royal Photographic Society, and under the patronage of Amnesty International, the European Commission and the British Council,

FREEDOM TO LOVE aims to raise awareness on the difficulties many people endure every day worldwide, as they try to express the most powerful and constructive human quality – love. The judges are looking for photographs that testify that love is universal. Participants are invited to submit images of love, communion and friendship that cross established social boundaries, be they racial, religious, gender, age, or any other identifiable boundary.

II. Artwork

1. Each applicant will need to submit a photographic essay, social reportage consisting of three themed digital images.

2. Images may be digitally enhanced for colour/contrast/brightness, but cannot be manipulated.

3. Applicants must warrant that the photographs they are submitting are their own work and that they own the copyright for them.

4. Each applicant will retain full copyright of their own work.

III. Fees

There are no fees to enter the competition.

IV. Participants

The Award is open to photographers of all nationalities worldwide. Only one entry per person. Illegible or incomplete entries will not be accepted. Please note that proof of transmission will not be accepted as proof of receipt.

Full details are available here

 

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