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photo awards
Naf Selmani

City life

Part of Amateur Photographer of the Year 2020

Open Rating Results

Street photography is at once the hardest and easiest genre of photography. Everybody has access to a subject – just step outside your own front door – but not everybody can produce the kind of skilful work we want to see. Paying attention to the everyday movements of folk as they go about their business – and spotting the extraordinary within the mundane – is what makes great photographers of this genre stand out. Getting to know the work of some of the masters of street can pay dividends. Take a look at Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau and Vivian Maier. More contemporary practioners include Martin Parr, Niall McDiarmid and Nick Turpin, look them all up to see what works – and what doesn’t.

£1,000 of SIGMA prizes, plus subscriptions to Amateur Photographer magazine to be won.

Prize details

Expert panel's winner: SIGMA will give the panel's winner £1,000-worth of prizes of the their choice.

Crowd winner: The community vote winner wins a one-year digital subscription to Amateur Photographer magazine, and a 1 year master-level subscription to Photocrowd.

The overall winner of APOY 2020 will receive £2,000-worth of prizes of their choice from SIGMA.

  • prize values based on Sigma’s own RRP (as opposed to any dealer prices that might be discounted).
How it works

Every photo submitted will be available for the crowd to rate once the submissions period has ended. In this contest, the entries are hidden until the rating period begins.

Some contests on Photocrowd also have a judge. After the submission period closes the judge chooses their favourite images and writes some image reviews. The crowd and judge results will be announced on the same day.

Entries closed
24 July 2020

24 July 2020 to 7 August 2020

Winners announced
7 August 2020

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