Call for Entry | Still Life: The Inanimate Subject

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Due: March 15, 2015
Still Life: The Inanimate Subject | MPLS Photo Center
Juror: Russel Joslin
This call for entry focuses on the depiction of inanimate subject matter, traditionally referred to as still life. More than other genres of photography, still life gives photographers greater latitude in achieving their final vision through the arrangement of objects and composition of design elements. Juror Russell Joslin also welcomes entries that expand or challenge what “still life” photography is, or can be.

Call  Opens: January 29th

Cost for Entry: $35 first 5 images, $10 each additional

Image Requirements: sRGB or RGB color space (standard); 72 ppi resolution; flatten layers 8 bit; 1280 pixels on the longest side; JPG format, compression level 8 (medium).

Submitting Your Entries: Submit MPC Online  Tool, Smarter Entry (

Call Closes: March 15th

Prize & Awards: First Place – $400, Second Place – $300, Third Place – $200 and Three Honorable Mentions Awards of a full-color exhibition book. The book includes all images selected by our juror and those that will be exhibited throughout the Mpls Photo Center Galleries.

Juror: Russell Joslin

Juror Results: March 26th

Accepted Images: All accepted images  will be exhibited throughout the Mpls Photo Center Galleries and published in a full-color exhibit book for purchase at $39.95.

Russell Joslin has worked primarily in photography beginning in the early 90s. His work has been internationally published and exhibited in numerous solo and group shows. In addition to being a photographer, he is the Editor & Publisher of SHOTS Magazine, an independent, reader-supported quarterly journal of fine art photography that reaches an international audience.

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