If you’re a keen amateur photographer or a seasoned photo pro, you’ve probably seen no end of photography competitions asking for your photos and sometimes, your cash too. The CEWE Photo Award is different.
CEWE is Europe’s number one photo printing company, and its 2023 photo competition has a mission to spark joy and show the world at its most beautiful – as well as to reward the best photographers with some spectacular prizes and global recognition for their work.
You could win a share of over €250,000 of prizes including holidays, state-of-the-art camera kit and much more, and not just for a handful of winners, but for the best 1,000 entrants. However, it’s not just the winners that benefit; for every photograph entered, CEWE will donate 10 Euro cents to SOS Children’s Villages Worldwide. So just by participating, you’re positively impacting the lives of children all over the world.
What can you win in the CEWE Photo Award?
There are some great prizes up for grabs.
The first prize is a holiday of your choice worth €15,000; €7,500 of photography equipment; €2,500 of CEWE products.
The prizes for 2nd to 10th Place winners are €5,000 of photography equipment and €2,500 of CEWE products.
For 11th to 30th Place there's €2,500 of photography equipment and €1,000 of CEWE vouchers.
And for 31st to 1000th Place you'll win a voucher worth €100, redeemable across the full CEWE product range.
How to enter the CEWE Photo Award
Under the slogan “our world is beautiful”, anyone over 18 is encouraged to participate in the CEWE Photo Award competition. You can enter photos in these categories: Landscapes, Sport, People, Animals, Architecture and Technology, Nature, Travel and Culture, Food and Cooking, Hobby and Leisure, and Aerial photos.
You can find CEWE on the below social channels:
And don't worry, you've got plenty of time: the closing date for the CEWE Photo Award is May 2023.
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