2012 01 02 Amantani; Meet My World Photography Competition

The Competition

Amantinin2011back_of_a_truckAmantaniV2-small"MEET MY WORLD"

Photography Competition

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Opens on the 16th of September 2011
Closes on the 2nd of January 2012 | £5 per image

Open to both amateur and professional photographers aged 18 years and above

We use photography to help the children express themselves and shares things from their communities, which make them proud to be Quechua! The most significant outcome is a strengthening of the children’s identity whilst the photographic conclusion is a beautiful collection of frank insights into life in the Andes.

The theme of the competition:

We are looking for images that reflect your world expressed through the lens of your camera. Maybe a serene English country landscape, an active urban community, an engaging or surreal portrait, travel… Anything that inspires you in your world.


This is a fantastic opportunity to have you work judged by some of the world's leading photographers:

David Clarke - Director of Photography at the Tate

Steve Davey - published BBC books

David Noton - published travel photographer

John Beatty - published travel photographer

Click here for more information on the judges.


Winners will be awarded VIP invitations to the exclusive launch of Amantani UK’s London exhibition at the prestigious Norton Rose office in central London on 15th of March 2012 where they will receive their prizes. The winner will be the first to choose from a fantastic selection of prizes.

± A behind the scenes tour of Tate Photography studios with David Clarke, Head of Photography

± A choice of any one-day photography course from Aspire Photography Training

± London Photography Course - 'Better Travel Photography'

± Signed and framed photograph by Steve Davey

± Signed and framed photograph by David Noton

± Signed copy of David Noton’s latest book – ‘Full Frame’ and DVD ‘Photography in the Raw’

± Light Blue photography software license 

NEW PRIZE! Get your entries in before the end of November for your name to go in a draw to have your portfolio reviewed by the DIRECTOR of PHOTOGRAPHY at the TATE! - FANTASTIC opportunity for budding Photographers. So don't delay!

For further information about the competition and the prizes please visit 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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