Life Framer Photography Award
Launched in London a year ago, Life Framer is a platform designed to give visibility to the global photographic community and especially to emerging photographers, to promote their creative culture and to make their work known to the general public.
But Life Framer Photography Award is also a photojournalist and a photo community with a simple and direct idea: at monthly intervals, the site calls on the photojournalism community to open up a contest with a very specific theme that is linked to life and its beauties.
The importance of the prize is also due to the fact that it will not be voted on by follower and like, but by a well-established photographer in the contemporary art world. Judges from past editions include Julia Fullerton-Batten, Mischa Haller and Brian Finke.
The award genius translates into money, interviews and the opportunity to exhibit in London. In fact, the goal of the project is to help talented photographers exhibit and express their art: their talents, their stories, their lives.
The authors of the Life Framer Photography Award have conceived a prize that welcomes artistic integrity by discovering and exposing emerging talent photographs from all over the world.
The winner of the last edition, Sophie Gamand, said: "Having been able to exhibit all over the world has given enormous visibility to my commitment. It is important to receive an evaluation from an experienced judge. Few other contests give this opportunity. "