Two LifeFramer calls for entry going on now are sure to be of particular interest to all you street photographers out there. The first is specifically themed, “Street Life” and is judged by the (in?)famous Bruce Gilden. Sadly, there are only a couple more days to enter that one, but if you’ve got a killer street photo up your sleeve, this could be the place to use it.
The second contest has the theme, “Night Life” and seems to be another great opening for street photographers of the night owl variety. Here’s more on both competitions:
CLOSING: 31 OCTOBER 2019
From the pulsing arteries of a bustling metropolis, to the quiet solitude of its empty backstreets. Glistening glass and steel, against crumbling brickwork and eroded stone. Chance encounters and random moments. From Los Angeles to Lagos; as a stranger in a foreign land or on a habitual stroll in the village you’ve always known. Life exists in the streets. Take us there.
Urbanscapes, observational photography, accidental revelations, street encounters, city scenes… Inspire us with street photography, and the insights it can uncover.
Submission deadline: 31 December 2019
Judge: Todd Hido
The sweet delight of an endless night. This month we are looking for images inspired by the night – in a literal or abstract way. From hazy dreams to harsh realities. From deserted backstreets to the glitz and glamor of a sleepless city. Neon lights and foreboding shadows. Show us darkness, the underworld, the hidden.
Urban street scenes, portraits, documentary, landscapes, editorial, conceptual, still life… Show us life at night!
Happy shooting all!