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Renaissance Photography Prize 2014
April 23, 2014Posted by on
We do try to keep you updated about competitions but also try to avoid the vacuous money making scams that seem to proliferate the world of the web. This is a competition with a very good cause nailed on, supporting younger women with breast cancer is a cause close to us here at OSP Towers at the moment so we are very happy to give this our support. There are only a few days left so make the effort, take pictures and submit, even if you don’t win you are doing some good.
Entry Date Extended to Midnight 3rd May
The Renaissance Photography Prize is an international photography award celebrating emerging and established talent and raising money to support younger women with breast cancer. Enter now to get your work seen by some of the most highly regarded photography critics, and the chance to win £6,000 worth of prizes in total and international exposure. The 60 finalist and shortlisted photographs will be exhibited at Getty Images Gallery in London, UK.
Photographers can enter single images and/or series of work and the competition is open to everyone worldwide. And the good news is it’s all for a good cause. All profit from your entry fee is donated to Lavender Trust at Breast Cancer Care (registered charity number 1017658), a charity which is dedicated to supporting younger women with breast cancer.
The Renaissance Photography Prize is an international photography competition (the Competition) which raises money for the Lavender Trust at Breast Cancer Care (registered charity in England and Wales 1017658 and Scotland SC038104 (the Charity)). It is organised by the Renaissance Photography Prize Ltd, a not-for-profit company run almost entirely by volunteers (Renaissance) and all pre-tax profits from the Competition are donated to the Charity.
By entering the Competition you are deemed to accept the competition rules (the Rules).
WHO CAN ENTER?
The Competition is open to all professional and amateur photographers worldwide. If you are under 16 you must have a parent or legal guardian’s permission to enter.
OPENING AND CLOSING DATES
The Competition will open for entries at 10.00 GMT on 28 January 2014 and will close at 23.59 GMT on 28 April 2014. Entries received after this deadline will not be accepted.
Entries received and paid for before the 28 February 2014 23.59 GMT will receive an early bird discount (30%) on entry fees. The discount will be applied automatically at the time of payment. No discount will apply for Entries received after this time.
No responsibility is accepted for network connectivity, computer hardware or software failures of any kind which may restrict or delay the sending of your entry.
ENTRY FEE AND NUMBER OF ENTRIES
The Competition consists of two sections: the single-image competition (the Single-image Competition) and the series competition (the Series Competition).
You can enter as many single images, series or combination of single images and series (the Entries) as you wish to the Competition.
The costs of entering (the Entrance Fee) are:
SINGLE IMAGE COMPETITION
- £15 for 1 image
- £25 for up to 3 images
- £40 for up to 6 image
- The entry fee for more than 6 single images will be calculated using the above scale.
- For more information go here
Renaissance Photography prize
February 13, 2012Posted by on
Renaissanceis an international photography competition where all funds raised go to support breast cancer, and which culminates in a one week exhibition and celebrity private view at the prestigious Mall Galleries, London.
Closing in 1 week 4 days
Ends 24 February 2012 22:00:00 GMT
Here are some of the winners from last year, full details of this competition supporting such a good cause can be found hereWe are pleased to present the prize-winning and shortlisted entries that were exhibited in the Renaissance Photography Prize 2011.
The following images were shortlisted for prizes in their category.
Take pictures – help a good cause
March 4, 2011Posted by on