Cayetano González / Official Entry
Critics’ Choice Award 2020
Deadline June 26, 2020
LensCulture
International

Unprecedented times call for new ways of thinking and LensCulture’s new Critics’ Choice 2020 aims to give more photographers more opportunities to be recognized than ever before.

What’s different? We’ve assembled our largest ever jury, with over 20 international experts eager to discover new photographers. Every critic will select three photographers with outstanding talent and creative vision. Your work only needs to resonate with one!

This is your best chance to be seen by the world’s top experts and influencers in photography. Awards include exhibition in Paris alongside Paris Photo 2020, cash prizes for the top ten photographers, global media coverage, and more. Free entry for single image entries and written professional reviews of your submission available.

We look forward to seeing your work, especially if you’ve entered it before. Open to all types of photography, all levels of experience, all ages.

Deadline June 26, 2020

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