OUR FEATHERED FRIENDS – Birds In All Their Glory! Our judges are looking for your finest examples of bird photography. Portraits, feeding, in flight and behavioral photos will all be considered. Subjects can be either wild or captive. This competition will be a celebration of our feathered friends!
Our guest judge joining us for this competition will be Charlie Borland of PRONATURE Photographer.
Chasing The Light Juried Photography presents outstanding, award winning images to over 1,200 select Professional Photo Editors and Art Directors as well as the general public on a regular basis. We maintain an up to date list of industry professionals who actively seek new talent and fresh images.
Our goal is to unite emerging new photographers with the Photo Editors and Art Directors of the publishing world. We are looking to discover those photographers who have the talent to turn the mundane into something extraordinary.
Talented photographers from around the world enter our themed competitions. Any and all inquiries for publication and print sales are referred directly to the photographer per the contact information provided with each image.
Photographer Paul Marcellini says, “MY PHOTO sold for several thousand dollars for use as the cover of a NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Grade 4 Science Textbook.”
Chasing The Light Juried Photography will provide photo publishing pricing and usage rights guidelines, free of charge, to the five Winning photographers and the twenty Runners Up.
Contest Prize & TERMS
Jurors will also select twenty "Runners Up" whose work will be displayed online, along with photographer's contact email and website URL information, in the Themed Contest Gallery.
ELIGIBILITY: International / 18+ Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: Copyright remains with the photographer.
USAGE RIGHTS: Artists whose submissions are chosen for the exhibition grant Chasing The Light Juried Photography (CTLJP) the right to use their images for the purpose of marketing the exhibition, marketing the CTLJP programs and subsequent display on the CTLJP website of past exhibitions without further contact or compensation from CTLJP. All requests for publication or prints will go DIRECTLY to the photographer as the photographer's name and URL will appear with the image description