CR Photography Annual: see the entries

For the first time this year, images from all the entries to the CR Photography Annual will be available to view online as we get them in our dedicated entry showcase site

Entered into the CR photography Annual: MC1R by Michelle Marshall

 

For the first time this year, images from all the entries to the CR Photography Annual will be available to view online as we get them in our dedicated entry showcase site

 

 

 

With most awards, if your work is not chosen by the judges, as an entrant you never benefit from the process. For the Creative Review Photography Annual this year, we wanted to give all our entrants the chance to get their work seen.

Entered into the CR photography Annual: Rankin and Paul Belford for Ataxia

 

We will be uploading one image from each entry we receive to the Photography Annual on a dedicated showcase site as we get them. The site will be constantly updated with work in all categories. Here we’ve just picked a few examples

 

Entered into the CR photography Annual: Finca La Prospera by Sophie Ebrard

 

Entered into the CR photography Annual: David Harriman for Communities in Schools campaign

 

Entered into the CR photography Annual:Andrew John Simpson for Fire Kills campaign

 

Entered into the CR photography Annual: Michael Blann, Temples in the Rocks

 

Entered into the CR photography Annual: Patrice de Villiers, Food Sepcial Issue

 

We’re introducing some important changes to this year’s Photography Annual – we want to celebrate not just the work of photographers themselves but also those who commission and art direct great images, whether in advertising, magazines online or via an image library. As well as adding categories for the best use of photography in advertising and marketing campaigns, by fashion brands and in editorial, we’re introducing one to celebrate the best work commissioned by photo libraries.

Confimed as judges so far are Sarah Douglas, creative director at Wallpaper, Sarah Thomson, head of art production at Fallon London, Gemma Fletcher, senior art director at Getty Images, Alan Wilson, art director at AMV BBDO and Save the Children’s Jessica Crombie

Full details here

 

Read an interview with judge Alan Wilson on what he looks for in a great image here

And with Jess Crombie here

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