The Juried Book Competition of Photography, Poetry and Prose – Open to Interpretation has another international open call for entries. This time the call is themed: Intimate Landscape.
Landscapes conjure images of vast, sweeping scenes, but the details captured by a photograph can turn a seemingly impersonal setting into an intimate story. It’s up to the artist to define what constitutes an intimate landscape, be it representational, non-representational, urban, suburban or rural.
Each volume of Open to Interpretation represents a unique collaboration between photographers and writers.
Submit images related to the call theme, which is: Intimate Landscape.
All images created will be accepted for consideration, including but not limited to film, digital, alternative process, mixed media, digital manipulations, old world processes, pinhole, solar etchings, iPhone, etc.
Either color or black & white is acceptable.
It is also possible to enter with Poetry & Prose submissions.
- $300 Juror’s Selection Award Photography
- $300 Juror’s Selection Award Writing or Poetry
Being selected to be part of this publication puts you in great company with other photographers, writers, and poets. This publication is dedicated to providing a place for artists to gain recognition and exposure for their work. All participants chosen, if so desired, will have their name, web page and/or mailing address indexed in the book so as they can be contacted directly regarding their work.
- Any amateur or professional photographer is welcome to submit work for consideration.
- The image must be original and created by the person entering the work.
- All images must be submitted electronically.
- For a photo in which a person is recognizable, you must secure a model release from the subject and provide upon request.
- Mailed/emailed submissions will not be accepted.
How to enter?
Submit your entries online through Smarter Entry.
- $30 for 5 images ($10 each additional) before 23 August 2011;
- $40 for 5 images ($10 each additional) 23 August – 18 October, 2011