Website The Glasgow Gallery of Photography
Submissions close July 8th
Seascape photography is one of the most inspiring and most appreciated practices of photography.
Seascape photography can taken the viewer all around the world, both known and unknown.
After having spent hours on sandy beaches or crossing endless oceans trying to capture the perfect moment, the Photographer present us with the results of their endeavours. Viewers admire this final result sometimes totally unaware of narration behind the image, the struggles to get the perfect shot. This exhibition will give photographers the opportunity to show their work to a whole new audience in Scotland’s newest gallery dedicated to international photography.
How to participate:
Submission to this exhibition is FREE. Only selected photographers will be asked to pay a participation fee of £28.00.
This will cover all the cost of printing, framing and exhibiting your work for a period of 10 days.
STEP 1: Choose up to 10 images that are 300ppi
and 3000 Pixels minimum on the longest side. Work will be displayed in 16x12inch or our 12×12 square black frames with a maximum of 70 Images per exhibition. We also have a selection of other frames in white.
STEP 2: Name your image file. JohnSmith1.jpeg etc (If you do not name your images correctly they could be lost or misplaced and delay the exhibition, please only use your name, do not include image titles)
STEP 3. Make sure your image is a JPEG, we can only except jpegs as this is what the printing company that we use requires.
STEP 4: Send us your 1 to 10 jpegs via Wetransfer/Dropbox to Submissions@glasgowgalleryofphotography.com
Please tell us your name and Nationality (these will be displayed along with your selected images.
What Happens Now?
Once we receive your images we will begin the judging process. We will then inform you if your work has been selected, if your work is selected we will ask you to pay the participation fee of £28.00. Once we have your fee we will send your image for printing, once we receive it back from the printer it will be framed and exhibited in the exhibition. We will post images and video on our social media pages, so be sure to follow them.
If you have further questions please visit our Q&A page here.
The exhibition will take place 19th -26th July