CR Photography Annual: Last chance to enter

The final, final deadline for this year’s CR Photography Annual is August 22. You still have time to enter

Photogram: John Ross

The final, final deadline for this year’s CR Photography Annual is August 22. You still have time to enter

The Photography Annual is our showcase of the best in commercial photography and will be published alongside the November issue of CR.


Self-initiated or experimental work which has not been commissioned or published.

Work commissioned by advertising agencies including posters and press ads.

Photography shot specifically for and/or art directed by photolibraries.

Work commissioned by design consultancies for packaging, annual reports, record sleeves, books and any other use.

Commissioned photography for magazines and newspapers including fashion

Moving Image
New for this year: Moving image pieces by photographers (no film directors please) that were either shot as part of a wider project involving both still and moving image or were standalone pieces

Best in Book
This is our ultimate award, equivalent to best in show. The judges will choose their selection of the very best entries from the other categories to feature in the Best in Book section where the work will be given extra space and an editorial write-up.

More information on how to enter, can be found on the Photography Annual pages here.

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