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Luis Valtueña Prize / 21st Edition
Humanitarian Photo Competition Open

Photo Andrew McConnell

 

For the 21st consecutive year, Médicos del Mundo / Doctors of the World proposes the Luis Valtueña International Humanitarian Photography Competition.

The competition is open to photographers of any nationality with photo submissions treating subjects of certain humanitarian and socio-political themes outlined in their program.

Photos from previous winners and finalists may be found within their archives.

 

Photo Alessandro Grassani

 

Photo Andres Kudacki

 

Photo Gabriel Pecot

 

Photo Javier Arcenillas

 

Photo Javier Guijarro

 

Photo Jorge Simao

 

Photo Marco Gualazzini

 

Photo Niclas Hammarstrom

 

Photo Sergei Stroitelev

 

Photo Vicenzo Floramo

 

Submissions accepted now through midnight November 10, 2017, Central European Time.

Winner will be awarded 6,000 Euros to complete a project prior to December 15th of this year.

More information may be found on their website: www.medicosdelmundo.org

As of today, there was no English version to the web page, but you may download their communications here: English, French, and Spanish.

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Luis Valtueña Prize / 21st Edition
Humanitarian Photo Competition Open

Photo Andrew McConnell

 

For the 21st consecutive year, Médicos del Mundo / Doctors of the World proposes the Luis Valtueña International Humanitarian Photography Competition.

The competition is open to photographers of any nationality with photo submissions treating subjects of certain humanitarian and socio-political themes outlined in their program.

Photos from previous winners and finalists may be found within their archives.

 

Photo Alessandro Grassani

 

Photo Andres Kudacki

 

Photo Gabriel Pecot

 

Photo Javier Arcenillas

 

Photo Javier Guijarro

 

Photo Jorge Simao

 

Photo Marco Gualazzini

 

Photo Niclas Hammarstrom

 

Photo Sergei Stroitelev

 

Photo Vicenzo Floramo

 

Submissions accepted now through midnight November 10, 2017, Central European Time.

Winner will be awarded 6,000 Euros to complete a project prior to December 15th of this year.

More information may be found on their website: www.medicosdelmundo.org

As of today, there was no English version to the web page, but you may download their communications here: English, French, and Spanish.