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International Photography Exhibition 162

Call for Entries

The Royal Photographic Society   /   Deadline: 07/29/19

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The Royal Photographic Society announces the Call for Entries to the 162nd International Photography Exhibition (IPE 162). The open call to the world's longest running photography exhibition invites photographers and image-makers worldwide to submit series work and single images, from contemporary approaches to traditional processes. The exhibition celebrates the best in photography from around the world and cash prizes are on offer. Selected work culminates in a nationwide touring exhibition and media coverage.

For further information (including Terms & Conditions) and to enter online, go to

Image credit: Alex GRACE. Portrait of Winona


£30.00 standard; £24.00 RPS members; £18.00 under 30s


Entry Overview:
- Open to student, amateur, professional and non-professional photographers worldwide, of any age
- Open-call with no categories
- All subjects and approaches eligible, including alternative photographic processes
- Online entry of up to 6 images, from a series or as single images
- Ability to edit your uploaded entry at any time, before finally submitting


- Exhibit in a nationwide touring exhibition opening at RPS House, Bristol
- £2,000 award for a photographer over 30 years of age
- £2,000 award for a photographer under 30 years of age
- 5 'selectors spotlight' awards of RPS membership for one year
- Feature in the award winning RPS Journal
- Media coverage

Contact Information

Sally Smart
RPS House 337 - 340 Paintworks
Bristol, I8 BS4 3AR

P: 01173164450

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