If you would like to exhibit your work during the 2024 Festival, use the form below to submit your exhibition proposal for consideration. Exhibitions should be formed from a collection of images that have a strong narrative relating to a specialised subject. Our curator will consider each proposed project based on its merits. For print exhibitions, you may upload the sample files through the form below in JPG format but you must be able to provide files that have been processed in16 bit TIFF, preferably in ProPhoto colour space or alternatively Adobe 1998. We do not accept files that have been processed in sRGB for print exhibitions.

Exhibitions that will be considered should be based on a single project, story or narrative. Should our curators find your project of interest, they will contact you. We will not consider an exhibition of single unrelated images.

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About Me

Please include country code
Specify your country of residence
Please provide a short introduction text about you and your specialised photography genre. This about section is NOT for listing awards.
You may use this area to list your most recent or prestigious awards. Use + to add additional row(s).
Award Name

About Proposed Project

Enter the title of the project or proposed exhibition name
Enter a description or introduction paragraphs to the project.
The expected number of images should be between 18 and 24.
Image Captions*
I am able to caption all images with 50-100 words each
Upload 6 - 12 sample images from the project in JPG format. These should be sized to 1350px on the long side at 300 dpi.
Drop files here or
Max. file size: 128 MB, Max. files: 12.
    File Format*
    Please verify that you will be able to supply 16bit TIFF files if your proposal is accepted.
    Behind the scenes film or supporting video*
    Does your project have supporting film or video files?
    Seminar Presentation*
    Indicate if you are able to provide a seminar / photography talk on your specialised subject,
    add the full URL to video of previous talk or presentation