Photographers, you’re invited to join EXPOSURE.

See.Me presents the 4th annual international photography competition offering over $30,000 in awards including a $10,000 grant and an exhibition at the Aperture Foundation in NYC.
Photographers, this is your moment.
Register before March 29th Midnight ET for the $1,000 Early Entry Award!

The Awards
Your photography holds power. Share them with the world for a shot at life changing awards. Photographers of all levels and styles are invited to participate and be considered for over $30,000 in awards, including a world-class NYC Exhibition and a dream getaway to New York or Paris. One Grand Prize Photographer will be chosen to receive:

A $10,000 cash grant
An Exhibition at Aperture Foundation in New York City’s Chelsea arts district
A Printed Feature in the EXPOSURE 2013 photography book
International Exposure

Additional awards include a Trip to NYC or Paris for the People’s Choice Photographer, and more.

The Judges
Have your photographs reviewed by a panel of esteemed, industry professionals. Our panel of jurors will review and determine the winning photographers of the Grand Prize Award, Early Entry Award, and Category Awards:

Poppy Shibamoto, Photo Director, Monocle Magazine
Clare Grafik, Head of Exhibitions and Publications, The Photographers’ Gallery
Jane Ace, Managing Editor, Phaidon
Francois LeTourneux, Associate Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art Montreal
Julia Paoli, Assistant Curator, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
Lise Beaudry, Director, Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography

The Mission

Powered by See | Me, the fourth annual EXPOSURE photography competition is an international call for image-makers of all backgrounds who speak in the language of lenses and aperture. Share your best photos today and earn over $30,000 in awards including a world-class New York City Exhibition at Aperture Foundation. Click Here to Learn More >>

Photography is power. Each and every one of us carries a unique experience that manifests in the images we capture. Your photographs are distinguished and exquisite, solitary in the level of embodiment of your character and voice.

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