2010 11 30 Sony World Photography Awards 2010; Student Focus Competition

The Competition

 

World Photography Awards

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The World Photography Organisation delivers various initiatives and programmes across the global photographic community under the "World Photography" brand.

These programmes involve the amateur and professional photographer in commercial, cultural and educational activities within the photographic industry.

Currently included within the World Photography portfolio are the World Photography Awards sponsored by Sony; the World Photography Student Focus Programme; the World Photography Festival, the World Photography Collection and the World Photography Focus Programme.

Proudly sponsored by Sony, the World Photography Awards is widely recognised as the leading photographic awards programme in the World.  The World Photography Organisation (WPO) supports professional, amateur and student photography and lends a global platform for the photographic industry to communicate, converge and showcase current trends in Photojournalism, Fine Art and Commercial Photography.

Sony World Photography Awards; Student Focus Competition

Entry Start; 28 May 2010  Entry Close 30 November 2011

‘Exposed’ - Creative Brief

The aim of the brief is to produce a photograph that explores the theme ‘Exposed’

Your image should draw on themes explored within the Tate Modern’s Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera exhibition.

The exhibition explores issues around exposure, voyeurism and surveillance. It features a range of photographs created by well-known artists, photo-journalists, amateur photographers and those using technology like CCTV and camera phones.

We’d like you to think about these different kinds of imagery and how we experience photography in different areas of art, photojournalism and everyday life.

We want to see your creative response to these images and ideas. We’d like to see how you think the themes affect the world around you. Consider the increasing use of surveillance cameras, camera phones, and the circulation of images in the media and on the internet. Look around you and observe different ways we experience ‘exposure’ through imagery.

We are looking for a clear image to represent the above theme/s. Your photograph should record and communicate the essence of your idea.

For Inspiraction Visit the Young Tate - Exposed Photography pages.

For further information and to enter your work to the Sony World Photography Awards Open Competition the competition website.

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This competition meets all the standards set out in

the Bill of Rights For Artists

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