Submit a series of 3-10 images on any theme. Images can be in any style (documentary, art, travel etc) and of any subject, but should be suitable for hanging on a gallery wall. The judges will pay particular attention to images that might be suitable for book covers.
Entry fee £20 per submission 2 May- 16 July, 2017. £30 from 17 July – 31 July.
Graduate award of a week long Summer Workshop in Paris or in London at Spéos Photo School in association with Magnum Photo, £250, contract with Millennium Images, Plus a £250 voucher for Delta Design Studio , a £50 voucher for Parallax Photographic and a years subscription to Shutter Hub
Up to twelve photographers’ work will be selected to be exhibited at Photofusion Gallery in London in autumn, 2017. The prize winners to be announced at the private view.
The competition is open to everyone over the age of 18.
Panel of judges from the photography and publishing world including Richard Kalman of Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery, Roy Barker, Head of Integrated Production at Adam& Eve Advertising, Kim Shaw, Manager of Photofusion, Melissa Belton, founder of Photgrad and Jason Shenai, founder of Millennium Images.
Peaches and Cream 2017 Terms and Conditions
Open to all photographers throughout the world. Anyone whose 18th birthday is on or before July 31, 2017 is eligible, with the exception of anyone employed by Millennium Images. Existing Millennium contributors ARE eligible to enter. However, work that has been selected for the Millennium website as of May 2, 2017 is not eligible for submission. Entries will be accepted until midnight on July 31, 2017. Entries will be deemed to have been received if the correct entry fee is paid by this date. Images and submission forms must be correctly submitted by midnight on August 3, 2017 in order to qualify. The entry fee is £20 (incl. any VAT) per submission (series) up until midnight on July 16, 2017. From then on until the closing date (July 31, 2017) the fee for entry will be £30 (incl. any VAT). A submission consists of a series of 3-10 images all of which are part of one project. Entrants may submit any number of submissions, each to be accompanied by the correct entry fee. If an entrant wants to submit more than one submission he or she should contact us after the first submission in order to facilitate any subsequent submissions. - firstname.lastname@example.org. Work shot or completed on any date is eligible for submission. Montaged images are acceptable for submission. This should be indicated on the submission form where indicated. The copyright in the images remains the property of the photographer. Images must be submitted as jpegs which are approximately 8 MB in size when open. This is equivalent to the longest side of the image being approx. 2000 pixels. Any images not correctly submitted will not be entered into the competition and the entry fee may be forfeited. The entrant warrants that the work is his or her own and that it does not infringe any third party rights. Where any image includes one or more person(s) the photographer will state on the entry form whether a model release is available.
Photographers must include the “Submission Form” when submitting images. They may also submit other supporting documents if they wish, for instance C.V., Artist’s Statement factual text etc.
Milim Gallery may contact any entrant prior to the judging in order to clarify any points about a submission.
The judges will consider such things as artistic merit, conceptual focus, technical ability, commitment, originality and presentation when making their decisions. The judges’ decision will be final and no discussion or correspondence will be entered into. By entering a photographer warrants that if chosen he or she will willing to take part in the exhibition as described in these terms and conditions. The shortlist – those chosen for exhibition- will be informed by email in August, 2017. The judges’ decisions will be final. Unsuccessful entrants will be informed later in August. The shortlist will be required to deliver framed or mounted exhibition quality prints to Millennium Images’ offices in London no later than the 29th of September, 2017. The size of prints and style of the framing / mounting must be discussed with Millennium so as to make an impactful show in the context of the space and considering the other images being exhibited. If work is being sent from outside the UK it may be possible for Millennium to arrange framing in London at the photographers expense.
If the photographer wishes, Millennium can organise the printing of the images at no charge to the photographer (our sponsors are providing this service,) although framing will still be at the photographer’s expense. If Millennium is organising the printing all decisions as to size, type of paper etc will be taken by Millennium.
Millennium will make small limited edition of prints of an image by each photographer included in the exhibition. This will be at the cost of Millennium or its sponsors. The limited edition prints will be on sale at the exhibition and subsequently through Millennium Images. Any money raised through sales will be split 50/50 between Millennium and the photographer. The sale price of the limited edition prints will be at the discretion of Millennium.
Two cash prizes will be awarded at the private view of the exhibition. £1000 will be awarded as a first prize and £250 will be awarded as a graduate prize. Additional prizes will also be awarded. The details of these will be posted on the website and through our social media channels.
The Graduate Prize will be awarded to an entrant who has received or expects to receive a BA or MA (or equivalent) in photography in 2016 or 2017. Your status as a graduate should be stated on the submission form where indicated. Graduates are also eligible for the main prize.
Millennium Images reserves the right to use any of the images submitted to publicize the competition and future versions of the competition. This includes usage on our websites and dissemination through such things as social networking media and through printed media. The photographer agrees, if asked, to participate in related publicity and to the use of his or her name and submitted photographs. The copyright in the images remains the property of the photographer. No payment will be due to the photographer for usage publicising the competition. Every effort will be made to obtain a credit with any reproduction but Millennium cannot be held responsible if an image is reproduced without a credit. Submitting photographers agree to supply high resolution jpegs of images suitable for publication within print media in order to publicise the competition if required. At the Photofusion exhibition the proceeds of any prints that are sold will be split 50/50 between Millennium and the photographer. The photographer agrees that the work may be shown in further venues subsequent to the first exhibition. If sales are made of the work through the agency of any third party the division of sales will be: photographer 40%, Millennium 30%, third party 30%. The sale price of the work will be decided by Millennium after discussion with the photographer. At the end of the exhibition the photographer must collect his or her work from Millennium’s offices in London or by arrangement the photographer may collect or organize the collection of the work from Photofusion Gallery. Millennium reserves the right to dispose of any work not collected by November 30, 2017.
Millennium cannot be held responsible for work not submitted on time because of website or internet problems, though at Millennium’s discretion an extension may be granted if genuine problems are encountered with the Milim Gallery site. The outright winner and the winner of the graduate award will be announced at the private view of the show on Tuesday October 31, 2017. Insurance of all prints remains the sole responsibility of the submitting photographer. Whilst all care be taken with prints Millennium cannot be held responsible for loss or damage however caused.
Millennium Images reserves the right to alter any of the details or terms of the competition without notice. If however Millennium changes the fundamentals of the competition or decides to cancel the competition it will refund in full any entry fees on request from the entrant. Any reference to Millennium or Millennium Images in these terms and conditions shall, where the context admits, be deemed to also be a reference to Milim Gallery, the print sales division of Millennium and Crane Kalman Brighton, and vice versa. Please email Jasper Jones with any queries: email@example.com
Peaches and Cream 2017 GUIDELINES
Submit a series of 3-10 images on any theme. Images can be in any style (documentary, art, travel etc) and of any subject, but should be suitable for hanging on a gallery wall. The judges will pay particular attention to images that might be suitable for book covers. Entry fee £20 per submission (series) up to 16 July, 2017 and £30 from 17 July – 31 July. First prize of £1000 and 3 year contract with Millennium Images. Additional graduate award of £250 and contract with Millennium Images. Additional prizes to be announce on our website / by social media. Up to twelve photographers’ work will be selected to be exhibited at Photofusion gallery show in London in autumn, 2017. The prize winners to be announced at the private view. The competition is open to everyone over the age of 18. Panel of judges from the photography and publishing world including Richard Kalman of Crane Kalman Brighton Gallery, Roy Barker of Adam & Eve Advertising Agency, Kim Shaw of Photofusion, Melissa Belton of Photograd and Jason Shenai, founder of Millennium Images.
7.: Compress the folder as a zip file.
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It may take up to 2 working days for your submission status to be updated on the Milim Gallery website. You will receive a confirmation email once your images have been checked and your status has been changed.
Shortlisted photographers will be informed in the first half of August.
An exhibition of the 10-12 shortlisted photographers’ series will take place at Photofusion Gallery in London in October / November 2017.