Transforming your future “Transformations” contest is suitable for photographers worldwide. Exhibition pays tribute to the vision and skills of photographers who express their creativity. If you are a photographer aged between 18 and +60 years can join this online contest by clicking the green button "Join" in the top right corner. You will need to pay an entrance fee of $25 dollars for submitting two images. Each additional image is $5.00. You may enter images for jurying in both exhibitions. The participants in the competition will be judged by jury. Enter and win Winning this online photographic competition can bring you a lot of positive. The Jury will select images in both the Print and Digital competitions. A “People’s Choice” award will also be given to the image that receives the most votes from people who attend the show. Individual winners will be awarded cash prizes and/or honorary citations. Prizes may vary dependent on sponsorship. Photo exhibition can be good start for any photographer. Participate in online competitions to develop your professional portfolio and add prizes. Photographers are invited to submit their work. If you have been rejected from other places and exhibitions or your work questioned because you use textures, composites, filters, or any of the other wonderful tools available to create your own vision, then you have found your place “Transformations”.
Winning this online photographic competition can bring you a lot of positive. The Jury will select images in both the Print and Digital competitions.
A “People’s Choice” award will also be given to the image that receives the most votes from people who attend the show. Individual winners will be awarded cash prizes and/or honorary citations. Prizes may vary dependent on sponsorship.
The application fee for submitting two images is $25.00. Each additional image is $5.00. If you would like to enter images for jurying in both the print and the digital exhibitions you may do so. However, separate applications and entry fees apply. Entry fees are non-refundable. We have changed our entry process from previous shows to allow entrants to easily change or add images up to the deadline. The new software system that we are using requires payment as the step prior to the actual submission of images on the application form. The benefit of this system is that we can now allow you to add as many additional images as you want, at the discounted rate - whenever you want. You may also replace an entered image with a new image or an improved version of the original.
The accepted artwork may not be larger than 24” x 30”, including matting and frame, if applicable. Frameless, hard surface professionally mounted images are acceptable, such as images on acrylic or aluminum. No unframed foam core mounted prints will be admitted.
Note on canvas prints: Canvas prints generally do not display well when shown alongside professional level paper, acrylic, or metal prints and will not be accepted to protect the integrity of the show.
All artwork must be ready to securely hang with hanging wires installed. This is an absolute requirement and non-negotiable as our walls are 130+ year old plaster and require a specific type of hanger to avoid damage. The PCP reserves the right to reject any submission that does not meet industry standards for print quality and framing. Any image that is substantially different from the digital version submitted for judging may also be rejected.
Please remember that your work will be displayed alongside other exceptional, well presented images and will be seen by a large number of people visiting the show. To protect and enhance the integrity of the show for the participants and the viewing public, the PCP reserves the right to curate the exhibition in all regards, as it deems appropriate.
All artwork must be hand delivered. We will not accept any shipped pieces. If you know that you will not be able to hand deliver and pick up your artwork, please enter the digital competition.
All artwork must remain on display for the duration of the exhibition and must be picked up in accordance with the established pick-up schedule. To be fair to the viewing public, photographs may not be picked up until the show closes at 3PM on November 20th. Please plan accordingly.
Any artwork that is left for more than 30 days from the closing date of the show shall become the property of the PCP and will be sold or disposed of as the PCP sees fit without any compensation due the entrant. We still have prints from past shows and therefore must enforce this rule.