Enter our first Milim Community Photography competition, the winner will receive 250 pounds sterling (GBP). The competition is free and can be entered via Instagram hashtag #milim_comp_ghana
Enter our first Milim Community Photography competition.
The winner will receive 250 pounds sterling (GBP). The competition is free and can be entered via Instagram hashtag, find the full details below.
All you have to do to enter is to select your series of images, upload them to Instagram, tag #milim_comp_ghana and make sure your following @milimcommunity and @panospictures. We are looking for a strong series of images; it could be portraiture, still life, landscape, food, fashion or anything else, but all the pictures must be shot in Ghana.
Millennium’s own focus is on photography that pushes boundaries. The series that you submit should be between 6 and 10 images. You may enter a further series of images if you like. You will need to do this through a second post. The subject matter and style can be anything, from still life, to people, to landscape and buildings…. The only stipulation is that the pictures should all be shot in Ghana. We will be particularly looking for series that make up a coherent whole. By entering the competition you agree that the work is your own and does not infringe anyone else’s copyright or other rights. You also agree that Millennium, Panos Pictures and Milim Community may post the images on their own social media and newsletters. The competition will be open from April 1, 2022 until April 30, 2022. The winner will be announced in mid May.
Milim Community has been established by Millennium Images, UK to engage with a wide photographic community across the globe. We wish to give opportunities in photography to photographers who may normally find it hard to reach a wide audience. We began with a series of talks in the autumn /winter 2021 including photography professionals from Nigeria, South Africa, Czech Republic, and UK. We will be continuing with another series in the autumn of 2022.
Images by Alex Bamford, Kwabena Asante and Anon K.