The Other Hundred aims to present the work of 100 outstanding photographers from around the world. These 100 photographs and the accompanying stories will be made into a photobook, intended for wide distribution through an international publisher. Our judging panel, featuring Ruth Eichhorn, Stephen Wilkes, and Richard Hsu, will have a significant role in shaping this book.
We hope that the pictures will provide a different perspective on those who do not usually have the chance to have their story told. It is important to us that the subjects of these photographs come across as real people to be understood, and even celebrated.
Contest Prize & TERMS
ELIGIBILITY: Open to All Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: The Other Hundred will respect and cite author copyright information. When the participant submits photographs to The Other Hundred, the participant remains the copyright owner of the photographs the participant submits to The Other Hundred and The Other Hundred does not claim ownership of photographs the participant submits to The Other Hundred.
By submitting photograph(s) to The Other Hundred, I declare that I am authorized by the holder of the copyright (or the right to copyright) to submit photographs to The Other Hundred. I further guarantee that, to the best of my knowledge, no third party can claim rights or raise objections to the publication/reproduction/distribution of the material submitted.
USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting photograph(s) to The Other Hundred, I grant permission to The Other Hundred to use my submitted photographs in exhibitions, in publications, and in promotional materials, and for educational, research, and historical record purposes concerning The Other Hundred, without any remuneration being due. This usage includes, but is not limited to, slides/tapes, television film/tapes, videodisc, DVDs, CDs, websites, and any other type of mechanical, electronic, or digital dissemination systems.
The Other Hundred does not retain the right to use your images for any commercial use, without your prior written consent.