Photo Contest

The competition aims to discover photography that shows the mark that the pandemic has left in our lives, the photography that is executed from a different point of view, from a different situation, from an agonising environment and from frustration, denunciation and hope.


- The Prize: 500 EUR cash awards;
- Public Choice Prize: 150 EUR;
- A Finalists Virtual Exhibition up to 20 shortlisted photographs;
- A digital copy of the winner certificate; 
-Publishing in catalogue of the contest

Submissions are open

Deadline: 1 December, 2020
Winners announcement: 10 December, 2020


- Single image: 15 EUR
- Up to 3 images: 30 EUR
- Up to 6 images: 45 EUR


All genres and styles of photography are accepted: architecture, abstract, fine art, landscape, lifestyle, nature, wildlife, portrait, street, travel, food, fashion, science, sports, documentary, etc.




Image requirements:

File format: jpeg, jpg
Resolution: 72 ppi/dpi
Longest dimension: 1200 pixels or more the longest side
Restrictions: NO trademark, product name, logo, identifying marks, borders, signatures or watermarks .

Single entry

Fee 15 EUR


up to 3 entries

Fee 30 EUR


Up to 6 entries

Fee 45 EUR


The first ten entrants will receive a free copy of printed Photo Contest catalogue


Jure Kralj


A professional fine art, wildlife, commercial and editorial photographer, he works with a variety of brands. He creates memories that he will leave behind.

Manca Murakezi

Art Critic

The goal of an art critic is to listen, observe, understand, sympathize, empathize, synthesize, learn to learn, share and glean insights that enable him or her to make the invisible visible.

James Moore


He is a landscape and abstract photographer based in the UK. He creates simple and emotive black-and-white images and sees beauty in the everyday.

Yovanis Gonzalez


He is a Cuban award winning photographer. His images and stories have been featured in international art magazines. His black and white photography highlights sensuality and mystery, evokes deep and intense emotions, directs the gaze to where the photographer wants us to look. 

Ingrid M S Hill


She specialises in photography and dabble in botanical illustration. She is equally passionate about helping the next generation of budding creatives find their feet in the world of art. This has inspired her to dedicate her time and knowledge into leading children’s workshops.

Sophie Grace

Art Curator

She is driven by passion for art in all its forms. She supports artists in showing and selling their work.

Entries so far