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.
Entry Start; 1 June 2011 Entry Close 6 January 2012
The Moving Image Award seeks photographers who are experimenting with moving image narrative formats, using all the tools available through editing software and sound to create new forms of storytelling, combined with the use of the photographer's eye. We want entrants to explore how photography can evolve into new forms of visual narratives using audio, music, video, animation and graphics.
With a wide range of categories available to enter, from Commercial to Nature and Wildlife, entrants can seek inspiration in almost any walk of life.
Entries must be no longer than 3 minutes but can be an excerpt from a longer piece. It will be at the judges liberty to request to see the full-length piece, however, they will be judging the 3 minute video as a stand-alone piece of work.
Please note, you must be an Advanced or Premium Member to enter this competition. Advanced Members can submit 1 entry and Premium Members can submit up to 3 entries. Find out more about upgrading your membership here.
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