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Entering the competition is easy. If you are already registered go to your profile page, and click on Join the contest button and you will automatically take part to the contest with your actual portfolio.
If you don’t have an accopunt on our magazine, you have to register in the photographers section of our site and upload your photos (from a minimum of 3 to a maximum of 9).
Go to https://www.exibartstreet.com press the LOG IN button and click on the “Lost your password” link. At this point simply enter the email address you think you signed up with. We’ll send you a password reset link.
You should submit diptychs as one image. But keep in mind the maximum pixel length of 2000.
Yes but please provide background info on both of you in the bio so we know you are a team.
No, there are no time-based restrictions concerning when a photo was taken.
Images that purport to be “news” photographs, reporting, photojournalism, or documentary photography, should comply with the ethical guidelines of the National Press Photographers Association in general, as well as those proposed by UNICEF for ethical reporting on children. No people or objects may be added, rearranged, reversed, distorted or removed from such photographs.
No. Every day, our editors look at competition submissions and select some for inclusion in social media channels. The jurors do not begin looking at work until after the competition deadline has passed. The jurors’ decision is independent of Exibart Street Contest’s editorial selections.
We suggest to upload highest-quality JPEGs, sized a minimum of 1200 pixels on the longest side (2000 pixels is even better). Maximum size is 4MB. The system cannot accept files that are larger than 5000 pixels.
The file name should be under 50 characters.
DPI doesn’t matter because the submissions
are not for print.
Right now you can participate with only one submission.
In future contests, we plan to give the opportunity to participate with more submissions.
You can enter only one time.
No, there are no restrictions. You are free to submit photographs that you have submitted to different competitions — or even previous Exibart Street Contest.
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
Exibartstreet.com reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to disqualify and remove any photograph that does not comply with the following requirements, even after the photograph appears on the website. You warrant, in respect of the photographs submitted by you, as follows: You have the right to enter your photographs in this competition, You are the sole copyright owner and creator of the photographs, to the best of your knowledge, the photographs do not contain any infringing, threatening, false, misleading, abusive, harassing, libelous, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, scandalous, inflammatory, pornographic or profane content. To the best of your knowledge, the photographs do not contain any material that could constitute or encourage conduct which would be considered a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate any law.
All entrants agree that all photograph(s) submitted to the competition may be reproduced (with photographer copyright credit) and used to conduct and promote Exibartstreet.com competitions. You hereby grant Exibartstreet.com with a right to use submitted photographs in the framework of such promotional activities.
The judging will be completed sometime after the competition deadline and winner will be announced shortly thereafter. You will be notified via email during the judging process if you have been selected to receive a prize.