Do you really have what it takes to be one of the most talented expatriate photographers? I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of our international photography competition fully dedicated to expats all over the world and if not, then this is a great opportunity for you to get to know more about it and submit your photos as soon as possible.
Smartphone cameras have entirely changed the notion of conventional photography, typically because it is easy to carry compared to the bulky DSLR. This phenomenon has brought about an influx of photo-sharing as well as photo-editing apps, moreover has possibly contributed to how professional photographers as well as photojournalists work these days.
There are a lot of people who underestimate the capacities of our Smartphone camera. After all, we realize little concerning Smartphone cameras than the megapixels it can take. Actually by tweaking the settings, angle as well as lighting, plus using multi-featured apps in addition to tools, you only could be capable of taking more interesting as well as visually eye-catching photos that capture the spirit of the moment than you can with a camera.
Here are a few useful tips as well as tricks that will assist in improving Smartphone photography:
Call for Entries
Expats International Photo Contest is pleased to announce the opening of reception for submissions for the 2015 edition. Expatriates and world travelers, professional or amateur Photographers can now submit their photos to the one and only international photography competition dedicated to people living far from their homeland. The entries will be submitted here from 10 April 2015 to 10 june 2015.
Most recent digital cameras possibly relied on towards getting a fantastic picture in the majority of situations, however making actually great images takes a little more know-how, the kind of stuff that professional photographers are aware of, however don’t desire towards telling you.
1. Don’t be afraid to crop;
We’re super excited to announce the theme our 2015 Edition of the Expats International Photo Contest.
This contest will be judged in two phases. The first phase will be done by a pre-selection panel and the second by an international jury in Paris, the French Capital.
Expatriés Parisiens commits to change at least 50% of the jury members each year the competition is held.
10 February 2015: Contest Theme announcement
10 April 2015: Call for entries open.
10 June 2015: Call for entries close.