Renaissance Photography Prize, the international photography competition which raises funds to support young women with breast cancer, is now accepting entries for 2016.
The Award is now in its 9th year and showcases outstanding photography from both emerging and established photographers, from any part of the world.
In 2016 a total of £4,000 will be awarded in cash, divided between several winners. A lot of non-monetary prizes are available as well.
Twelve (12) images in each category will be selected by the judges and exhibited at the Renaissance Photography Prize exhibition which will take place in London in September 2016.
The single image categories are: Earth, Private and Relation and the series category is Open and has no specific theme set.
Renaissance Photography Prize was founded in 2007 by Fiona Gifford following her diagnosis with breast cancer at the age of 34. Since then it has raised over £250,000 for the Lavender Trust at Breast Cancer Care.
The prize is now managed and curated by Monica Takvam with the help of a team of dedicated volunteers.
Single image entries cost £18 per entry and series entries, £55 per entry.
Entries received and paid for before the 18 April 2016 23.59 GMT receive a 20% early bird discount.
Awards:- £4,000 will be awarded in cash, divided between several winners. A lot of non-monetary prizes are available as well.