National Portrait Photographic Prize call for entires
The call for entries for the annual National Portrait Photographic Prize (NPPP) is now open. This year, the overall winners stands to take home over $50,000 in prizes for the most outstanding photographic portrait. The prize includes $30,000 cash and over $22,000 in Canon gear. The Highly Commended winner will receive an Eizo ColorEdge CG2730 27" monitor valued at $3245.
Entries close at midnight on Monday 21 October 2019 (Australian Eastern Standard Time).
Follow this link for entry guidelines.
A gallery of previous winners can be seen here.
In 2019, the overall winners was Alana Holmberg for her portrait, Greta In Her Kitchen, 36 weeks. Alex Vaughan took out the Highly Commended award for her image, Sumbawa Pride – Life on a Boat With Eleven Kids. The People’s Choice Award went to Kate Atkinson for her portrait, The textiles scientist.
Interviews with six winners of the National Photographic Portrait Prize
Ingvar Kenne, Jacqueline Mitelman, Rod McNicol, Janelle Low, Andrew Cowe, and Hoda Afshar talk about their photography practice and the effect of winning on their careers.
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