The ZEISS Photography Award 2018

The World Photography Organisation and ZEISS are launching the ZEISS Photography Award ‘Seeing Beyond’, with the theme “Meaningful places”. “Seeing Beyond – Untold Stories” requires photographers to present a strong series of 5-10 images that look beyond the ordinary everyday life. The deadline is on 6th February, 2018.

 “Untold Stories” is intended to be understood in its broadest sense – the work could explore a familiar theme told from a different perspective or it could address an issue that has previously had little attention.  

The winners will receive prizes, including ZEISS lenses of their choice with a total value of 12,000 euros as well as 3,000 euros to cover travel costs for a photo project. The awards ceremony will be held in London on April 19, 2018, as part of the Sony World Photography Awards.

Main criteria

  • Participants from all countries are eligible to take part in the contest;
  • All entrants must be over 18;
  • Participants must be able to supply a high resolution image suitable for printing in media and an exhibition should the image be required.

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