There are 6 sections:
- Theme: Water (CPID)
- Theme: Humans (CPID)
- Theme: Landscape (CPID)
- Theme: Dynamics/Sports/Movement (CPID)
- Color : General (EID)
- Monochrome : General (EID)
All entries must be submitted in digital format. No slides will be accepted.
Pictures taken on film or slide must be scanned into digital format.
It is not allowed to put a name or title or some writing on the front part of any photo/picture.
Each entrant may submit a maximum of four entries in each section.
Each photo can be presented only in one section.
An image previously accepted in this 2010-Exhibition or a "like" image must not be entered again.
It is the responsibility of the entrant to obtain a model release and the sponsoring organization shall bear no responsibility if in the future there is a claim from the photo model or a third party with respect to submission of an entry.
NUDITY AND SADISM ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED IN ALL SECTIONS
FIAP: A black and white work fitting from the very dark grey (black) to the very clear grey (white) is a monochrome work with various shades of grey. A black & white work toned entirely in a single color will remain a monochrome work able to stand in the black & white category; such a work may be reproduced in black & white in the catalogue. On the other hand, a black and white work modified by partial toning or by the addition of one color becomes a color work (polychrome) to stand in the color category.
PSA: A Monochrome print is defined as having no more than one colour, but it may be any single color.
Guidelines on Water
Capture the enormous importance of water and the human interaction with water in artistic ways. Waterlandscapes, lakes, rivers, oceans, waterfalls and the underwaterworld. In this section, water has to be the dominant part of the photo.
Guidelines on Humans
Capture men, women, children or babies around the world from an artistic view. Portraits, people at work, people at leisure, etc. Human faces reflect emotions, sadness, love, hate, joy, ecstasy or at the most memorable time in human life. All different types of human relationships. In this section humans have to be the dominant part of the photo.
Guidelines on Landscape
Capture a moment in nature and reveal something special and spectacular about it. Focus on the natural world at any weather conditions, at the very best light. Show us the beautiful landscapes from all over the world including sea/waterscapes or cityscapes. Landscape should be the dominant or important part of the photo.
Guidelines on Dynamics/Sports/Movement
World around us is constantly in motion. Something moves slowly others move very fast. Everything that moves is the focus in this section. Feel the movement, the action spot and the dynamic from all kind of sports, speeding cars, nature's ocean waves, moving clouds etc. Movement or actions has to be the dominant or important part of the photo.