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National Portrait Gallery, London ADMIN May 24, 2011
Entry is now open for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2011, the leading international photographic portrait competition, which celebrates and promotes the very best in contemporary portrait photography. Open to everyone over 18, the first prize is £12,000.
Closing date: 7 July 2011
Click here to enter online www.npg.org.uk:8080/photoprize/site11/index.php

This group discussion is for members only.

Group Description

Hoppe Portraits: Society, Studio & Street
17 February – 30 May 2011

Hoppé Portraits showcases Hoppé’s photojournalist studies of everyday British life. He documented a wide variety of people in their environments including schoolchildren, waiters, postmen and circus performers. These ‘street’ photographs create a fascinating portrait of Britain and city life in London in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.

Inspired by Hoppé’s portrayal of his era through street photography we are inviting you to submit your photographic portraits of everyday life in the 2010s.

1. Get a free Flickr account at www.flickr.com
2. Upload your photos
3. Add them to the Hoppé Flickr group and tag them with the word 'Hoppe'

The closing date for entries is Thursday 5 May 2011.

Five winners will be selected by the exhibition curator Phillip Prodger and put on display in the Gallery for two weeks and on the Gallery’s website, they will also receive a copy of the exhibition catalogue (RRP £30) and a pair of tickets for our forthcoming exhibitions Ida Kar: Bohemian Photographer and Glamour of the Gods: Hollywood Portraits.
All the photographs entered and accepted will be projected at the Late Shift Extra event on Friday 13 May.

Group Rules

Hoppe Flickr group: rules
1. You may contribute photographic portraits to this group which are inspired by Hoppé’s street photography for example, depicting everyday life, city life, street images

2. Any photographs you submit may be displayed in the following ways, in addition to appearing in the National Portrait Gallery group on the Flickr website:

- on a screen at the National Portrait Gallery, London from 13 to 30 May 2011 - with attribution via Flickr Member Name
- on the National Portrait Gallery website in relation to the Hoppé Portraits exhibition. Any photos used will be attributed to the contributor's Flickr Member Name and link back to the original photographs on Flickr
- projected in the Gallery at the Late Shift Extra event on 13 May

3. Please ensure that we can contact you through your Flickr account. Failure to do so will disqualify you from winning

4. Entry is free

5. The National Portrait Gallery will not otherwise use, print or archive contributors' photographs in any way other than those outlined above in Rule 2 above, without first obtaining the explicit additional permission of the Flickr contributor.

6. Images must be a minimum of 500KB in size. The winning entries may be required at a higher resolution for display in the Gallery.

7. Contributions must not contain explicit or offensive material (i.e. pornography, racial discrimination, violence etc.), or infringe the intellectual property rights or copyright of a third party.

8. You can add up to a maximum of 10 photographs to the Group.

9. The National Portrait Gallery Flickr Group photographs are moderated so, once accepted, it may take up to 48 hours for your photographs to be added to the Group's pool.

10. The competition is not open to employees of the National Portrait Gallery and their families.

11. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into

12. The closing date is 12 midnight on Thursday 5 May 2011

13. By submitting your photograph to the National Portrait Gallery’s Flickr Group, you agree to the above rules

Additional Info

  • Members can post 10 things to the pool.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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