LensCulture: Street Photography Awards

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS Show Us Your Streets!LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2024 are now open for entries. Street Photographers everywhere — You are invited to share your best work with the LensCulture community of over 3 million photography lovers!In just the first few days of our open call for the LensCulture Street Photography Awards, our editors have already found 65 great examples of contemporary street photography from around the world.

Hundreds of photographers will be featured as Editors’ Picks in the Competition Gallery, Instagram and Facebook — now through the deadline. So, it pays to enter early!Top winners will be awarded cash prizes and will be featured in a gallery show in London. Free entry for one single image. Personal written reviews of your work available for a small fee.ENTER TODAYDeadline: June 19, 2024Images shown above are Editors’ Picks from early entries. Check out the online gallery© Zsolt Kote, Kazuta Kawano, Irina Ebralidze, Ingrid Rachael Blakey, Andrea Pozzoni, Amit Machamasi, Kiyoshi Karimizu, Maja Sokolean, Darrell Yap, Mike Arevalo.
Since the award, my work has been featured all over the world (The BBC, The Guardian, PhotoWorld Magazine, Don’t Take Pictures, and on and on ). Likewise, I have also been invited to speak on a number of podcasts, but most gratifying is that the win gave me the confidence (and the money) to complete the project with a self-published book, “Avenue of Roses”.— Kevin Fletcher, Winner, LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2021
Land Loss — Portraits from a Crumbling CoastlineA slow-burning meditation on loss, Max Miechowski’s portrait of the British east coast documents the seaside communities living on the edge of the country—an area that is gradually disappearing due to coastal erosion. Photographs by Max Miechowski. Essay by Sophie Wright.SEE MORE
New MoonsTaking the cleansing phase of the lunar cycle as her starting point, Ada Marino summons the rebellious energy of the female body in her black and white photos, calling for resistance and renewal in the face of patriarchal oppression. Photographs by Ada Marino. Essay by Sophie Wright.SEE MORE
CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPES Mountains and RiversIn the liminal space between mountains and rivers, Yan Sun creates images suffused with Chinese history, renewing the subjects of traditional painting with his contemporary photographic observation. Photographs by Yan Sun. Essay by Magali Duzant.







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