Renaissance Photography Prize 2012

January 6, 2012 /Photography News/ The Renaissance Photography Prize is an international photography competition which raises money to support younger women with breast cancer.

  • Expression
  • Environment
  • Memory
  • Perspective
  • Disorientation

The competition is open to professional and amateur photographers worldwide. If you are under 16 you must have a parent or legal guardian’s permission to enter.

  • Mary McCartney - portrait and fashion photographer
  • Brett Rogers - director of The Photographers' Gallery
  • Michael Hoppen - photographer and owner of Michael Hoppen Gallery, London
  • Brigitte Lardinois - senior research fellow at LCC and editor of Magnum Magnum

  • Renaissance prize - £3,000 awarded to overall winner
  • Calumet prize for best film entry - camera equipment worth £1,000
  • Five category prizes - £500 best in category
  • Twenty highly commended
  • Exhibition - 100 finalists will be given a one week exhibition in Central London and be able to sell their work
Entry fees:

You can enter as many images as you wish (the Entries) to the Competition.
The cost of entering (the Entrance Fees) is:
  • £15 for a single Entry
  • £25 for up to 3 Entries
  • £40 for up to 6 Entries
  • Fees for more than 6 Entries will be calculated using the above tariff.
All your entry fee will be donated to the Lavender Trust at Breast Cancer Care, a UK charity that supports younger women with breast cancer. The organizers of the competition are volunteers who do not make any money from Renaissance.

Deadline: 24 February 2012 

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