Jun
30

Can you Capture Hope? Global Photography Competition!

by
Lauren Scott

FXB International celebrates 25th anniversary with global photography competition

FXB International, global photography competition
FXB International, global photography competition

News of an exciting competition for amateur photographers was released today! FXB International have launched a fantastic global photography competition designed to celebrate its 25th anniversary and this is a great one for readers to enter.

The non-governmental organisation is dedicated to lifting people out of extreme poverty around the world, and the aim is to bring FXB International’s mission to life, through the power of photography.

The prize is a money can’t buy opportunity – a half day masterclass with world-renowned photographer Jillian Edelstein.

One talented amateur photographer will also see their winning shot displayed alongside 25 inspiring images by Jillian Edelstein in the exhibition Framing Hope: Celebrating 25 Years of Poverty Eradication.

These will become part of an international exhibition,which is set to launch at London’s prestigious gallery@oxo in August later this year.

To be in with a chance of winning, photographers should submit a single photograph that they feel best conveys the theme of ‘Framing Hope’. This could anything from a beautiful landscape to a stunning portrait but the most important thing is to let your individual creativity flow.

The competition is live now and the closing date is midnight 25th July so get out there and start snapping those winning shots! All of the entries will be displayed on the FXB website in an online gallery and the five most-voted for will then be shortlisted for judging by an expert panel to select the overall winner.

Check out the website at www.fxb.org/photographycompetition to enter and for the full terms and conditions.

 

 

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