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Call for entries: Portrait Photography

Having come a long way from the glass plates and daguerreotypes of old, portrait photography is constantly evolving. In and outside of the studio, classical and abstract alike, each picture reveals something new about the human condition. Our goal is to bring the images that represent and redefine the centuries-old genre front and center.

Juried by an international panel of experts

Each offering a unique perspective – aesthetically and conceptually – the combined experiences of our grant panel’s established artists will play an important role in determining the grant’s cash prize recipient. We’ll be working in conjunction with the following jurors:

 Cristina de Middel  

Cristina de Middel is a recent inductee of Magnum Photos. In 2013, she was a nominee for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. She is also a recipient of the ICP’s Infinity Award.

Jocelyn Bain Hogg  

Jocelyn Bain Hogg is a member of the VII Photo Agency. He was invited onto the jury of the World Press and he is guest lecturer at UAL & LLC MA courses in London. He has published 4 books to date.

Jeff Heimsath  

Jeff Heimsath is an associate photo editor at National Geographic. Prior to joining NatGeo he worked as a photojournalist and a photo editor at an educational publishing company.

  Kara Milstein  

Kara Milstein is an associate photo editor at TIME. Previously, Kara held event, editorial and communications positions at Aperture Foundation and the World Photography Organisation.

  Susana Raab  

Susana Raab is an American photographer who has been nominated twice for Pulitzer Prizes and has also been a recipient of the White House News Photographers’ grant. Her work is held in photographic collections at The Library of Congress as well as Yale University’s Library.

 Charles Fréger  

Over the course of his two decade career, Charles Fréger has published over two dozen photo books chronicling a larger anthropological study titled Portraits Photographiques et Uniformes.  He has made photographs across 40 separate countries and has exhibited them throughout Europe, North America, and Asia.

Granting a $1000 cash prize each month

Once a month, PhotoChronicles will work in conjunction with one guest jurors from the jury to curate a selection of 10 portraits that illustrate the most innovative and captivating work the genre has to offer. Aside from receiving coverage on our website, winners will be presented with $1000 cash  grant to aid in future artistic endeavors.

Open to all type of portrait photography: Singular/Group/Self portraiture, Environmental, Candid, Glamour, Lifestyle, Fashion, Abstract, Conceptual, Staged, Studio and more…

Call for entries: Portrait Photography

Having come a long way from the glass plates and daguerreotypes of old, portrait photography is constantly evolving. In and outside of the studio, classical and abstract alike, each picture reveals something new about the human condition. Our goal is to bring the images that represent and redefine the centuries-old genre front and center.

portrait photography

Tytia Habing

Juried by an international panel of experts

Each offering a unique perspective – aesthetically and conceptually – the combined experiences of our grant panel’s established artists will play an important role in determining the grant’s cash prize recipient. We’ll be working in conjunction with the following jurors:

 Charles Fréger  

Over the course of his two decade career, Charles Fréger has published over two dozen photo books chronicling a larger anthropological study titled Portraits Photographiques et Uniformes.  He has made photographs across 40 separate countries and has exhibited them throughout Europe, North America, and Asia.

Jeff Heimsath  

Jeff Heimsath is an associate photo editor at National Geographic. Prior to joining NatGeo he worked as a photojournalist and a photo editor at an educational publishing company.

 Cristina de Middel  

Cristina de Middel is a recent inductee of Magnum Photos. In 2013, she was a nominee for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. She is also a recipient of the ICP’s Infinity Award.

  Susana Raab  

Susana Raab is an American photographer who has been nominated twice for Pulitzer Prizes and has also been a recipient of the White House News Photographers’ grant. Her work is held in photographic collections at The Library of Congress as well as Yale University’s Library.

Jocelyn Bain Hogg  

Jocelyn Bain Hogg is a member of the VII Photo Agency. He was invited onto the jury of the World Press and he is guest lecturer at UAL & LLC MA courses in London. He has published 4 books to date.

  Kara Milstein  

Kara Milstein is an associate photo editor at TIME. Previously, Kara held event, editorial and communications positions at Aperture Foundation and the World Photography Organisation.

Granting a $1000 cash prize each month

Once a month, PhotoChronicles will work in conjunction with one guest jurors from the jury to curate a selection of 10 portraits that illustrate the most innovative and captivating work the genre has to offer. Aside from receiving coverage on our website, winners will be presented with $1000 cash  grant to aid in future artistic endeavors.

Open to all type of portrait photography: Singular/Group/Self portraiture, Environmental, Candid, Glamour, Lifestyle, Fashion, Abstract, Conceptual, Staged, Studio and more…

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 30 June 2019

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