Rethinking Photography competition to identify physical and mental segregation in built environments — “Divide” Design Challenge by UNI
PICTURING SEGREGATION OF THE SOCIETY
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The winners of the Professional and Student categories will receive rewards and cash prizes. Our judging panel will comprise highly acclaimed industry professionals, including gallery owners, publishers, editors, and renowned photographers. Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in one of the most prestigious photography contests in 2021.
CAPTURE THE DIVIDE THROUGH A PHOTO SERIES
Throughout the world, humankind has divided itself into separate sections of society based on culture, race, ethnicity, gender, income, and so on. Segregation in society has constantly led to conflicts, war, and widespread unrest in the world. It has affected the lives of countless people, putting their survival at risk. Inequality in opportunities, income, and way of living has a detrimental effect on the well-being of people. In the contemporary world, we are facing threats on a global level, and a united stand by humanity against them is the hour of need. But to bring peace and cohesiveness to humankind, we must be able to identify the segregation that is deeply embedded in society, mental and physical.
The brief/theme of the challenge is to make a picture story of the segregation that is seen in the society around you, using not more than 8 images — along with a concept note. This concept note can be added in the journal section that covers a description of your picture story.
1. Submit a set of 8 (Max) pictures or less to deliver a photo story.
2. Each image should be less than 10MB and 2800px x 3500 px size, portrait, or landscape.
3. Title and subtitle of the project on the project page.
4. A concept note of about 500 words in the journal section.
5. Both items are in sync with the theme of streets.
Any kind of camera is permitted, from phones to DSLRs. The photos can be retouched in lightroom however, photoshopping certain elements or lassoed graphics are not allowed.
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