Tiger Camera invites photographers to explore theme of “borders” in international photo competition.
For the fourth-year in a row, Tiger Camera is inviting photographers to take part in an international photo competition that last year attracted 5000 talented participants from 68 countries. This year’s theme is “borders.”
Tiger Camera is once again giving photographers the world over an opportunity to win an international photo competition, which will run until through July 1.
Tiger Camera is looking for personal, creative, and inspiring interpretations of “borders”. Where does the border lie? Is it inside us or out? Shall we move it, or cross it? Does it inhibit us or set us free? Do we create borders in our own hearts or do others create them on a map?
The Jury this year consists of British creative, photographer and Instagram superstar, Matt Scutt, the Danish photographer (and social media celebrity) Kenneth Nguyen, the English street artist David Shillinglaw, Japanese visual artist Misaki Kawai, the German photographer Jörg Nicht and the Danish photographer Nicolai Howalt.
The winner of this year’s competition will win a trip to Japan worth DKK 35,000 (approximately €4,700 or $ 5,200) and the 50 best pictures will be published in a photo book that will be sold in 26 countries for DKK 50 (€7 or $8). The pictures will also be displayed at Tiger Spot in Denmark, Italy and Japan.
Online submission at http://www.tigercamera.com/signup and more information are here: http://www.tigercamera.com/faq