Florida Museum of Photographic Arts Begins Call For Entries for the 2024 International Photography Competition.

First Place  Angelika Kollin Estonia based in United States Everyday Saint Lucy

Tampa, Florida Apr 11, 2024 ( - The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (FMoPA) is pleased to announce the beginning of the call for entries for the 2024 International Photography Competition, sponsored by Tampa International Airport (TPA) and Visit Tampa Bay (VTB). Now in its 13th year, this competition invites global photographers to submit their work for consideration in an exclusive exhibition at TPA. The call for entries is open from February 5 through May 5, 2024

The International Photography Competition, a longstanding tradition spanning over two decades, underscores FMoPA's commitment to elevating photographic art in daily life and culture. The competition beckons photographers worldwide to share their unique perspectives and artistic visions.

Following a record number of submissions in 2023 with over 2300 entries from 57 countries, FMoPA anticipates continued enthusiasm for the competition.  Entries will undergo review by a distinguished international panel of judges, using evaluating criteria such as originality, technical excellence, composition, overall impact, and artistic merit. Three winners will be selected from each category, with an overall "Best In Competition" winner chosen from all submissions.

The categories for the 2024 International Photography Competition include:

  • People/Portraits
  • Places/Landscape
  • Nature/Science/Animals
  • Documentation/Photojournalism
  • Still Life
  • Conceptual
  • Abstract Photography

Winners from each category will be featured in a group exhibition at TPA and receive prizes generously provided by VTB and other sponsors, including a $1000 prize for the Best in Competition. 

Photographers interested in this competition can submit entries online through the FMoPA website ( starting February 5, 2024. The submission deadline is May 5, 2024.

First Place Helga Madajova Slovakia ConnectionFirst Place Jason Au  China  Social Distancing

Source :Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

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