Welcome Home — Claudio Sanchez of Coheed and Cambria
Lorelei Nelson is a Los Angeles based photographer of live and behind the scenes music.
Overall judges comments on this photo was that it “won out” due to the perfect timing of the shot and as we all know . . . “timing is everything!”
“I love music, and I love photography, and maybe a little bit of design. I’ve done a couple pieces of music artist double exposed into a landscape or cityscape.
One of my favorites is this piece of my close friend Elliot, in which I double exposed the portrait shot of him into a cityscape.” Benjamin Cliff
Laura Dunfield is a Vancouver-based photographer who specializes in live-music photography. “Being a musician myself, I saw an opportunity to mesh my career and my hobby as someone who could provide a unique, informed point of view for concert photography. The photo I’ve chosen to submit is of a trumpet student at Capilano University named Trevor Whitridge.
We are in touch with outstanding artists all over the world and our mission is to continue to connect, collaborate, promote, inspire and be inspired by the creative people and minds we touch. We will also feature the top 44 photos ranking highest from our photo expo.
“I’ve always believed that photography is a way to shape human perception.” — James Balog
We received some extraordinary photo work and the judging was extremely close on a lot of the entries. Our whole purpose through these Expos is to find exceptional material and connect with artists all over the world. As with all of our creative expos, we will feature the top third of work received.
Thanks again to everyone who submitted! We look forward to continuing to connect with more of you and invite you to perhaps enter one of our other Creative Expos coming up.
EXPO INFORMATION BELOW
We are always looking for AMAZING PHOTOS to feature in our multimedia art publication and award favored entries with an honorarium (in addition to publication). Entries can be photos of anything “music related.” Subject matter can be musicians, instruments or from any performance that uses “music” (including photos from concerts, rehearsals, stage productions, ballets, street music, etc.) — be creative — even abstract — we like that kind of stuff! You may enter up to 3 different photos and the first entry is free.
SUBMIT UP TO 3 PHOTOS
One GOLD LEVEL Photo Award — $300 — or comparable GOLD COIN
One GOLD LEVEL PhotoShop Award — $200 — or comparable GOLD COIN
Two SILVER LEVEL Photo Awards — $100 each — or comparable SILVER COIN
NEXT Music Photo Expo Begins: (To be determined)
• DIGITAL SUBMISSION ONLY through Submittable
• Anyone over the age of 18 anywhere in the world can enter
• Photo can be of anything “music related” or of any “performance with music” — Be Creative
• We accept photos that have been slightly enhanced or manipulated in photoshop
• The “Photoshop Award” is for altered photos that have been intentionally artistically re-worked
• Include the Country, artist and any other details about the photo
• Photos should be appropriate for general audience
• All entries must be the original photo of submitter and can be from any date or time
• All entries to include photographer’s name and information
• Photographer retains copyright to material
• Attribution to photographer will be made with each exhibit/feature of the image
• Submission grants ZO permission to feature entry (for non-commercial use) in perpetuity
CASH AWARDS — Paid through Paypal only (or winner can choose a Gold or Silver Coin — of comparable price).
Please USE THE BUTTONS BELOW for submission.
If you cannot afford the submission fee, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a courtesy link for free submission. You can also send the request for a free submission link to our ZO Magazine Facebook page.
*Please do not submit more than one photo at a time. Multiple entries on one submission page cannot be processed.
2015 PHOTO EXPOSÉ JUDGES
2015 PHOTO EXPOSÉ JUDGES
Photos link to Judges websites
” . . . the first time I shot Jussie Smollett (from US Hit TV Show ‘ Empire’)” Mike Quain
Organ Pipes — Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, Spain
neue “Aufnahmen”: Listen To The Music ! – Philippe Ménard / Festival Jazz en Re 2012 © Ralf Poppcke – FOTOGRAFIE
The first half of the 20th century belongs to Picasso, and the second half is about photography.
They said digital would kill photography because everyone can do it,
but they said that about the box brownie in 1885 when it came out.
It makes photography interesting because everyone thinks they can take a picture.
— David Bailey —
We TOTALLY AGREE with David — and LOVE the new worldwide “Art Phenomenation” circling the globe!
Join all of those who are tapping into their creative selves and help it to expand!
Stay creative, keep shooting, pick up an instrument, paint, write, build a better mousetrap, do something creative! Whether you’re 2 or 122 . . . we encourage you to be who you creatively are so that Humanity will amass the energy it needs to get to the Next Level . . .
We are looking for a photographer to join our Creative Team. The ideal person will have an extensive portfolio of interesting work — including but not limited to photos from live performances (music, theatre, street), art, fashion, design, nature and an array of eclectic “oddities.”
The photographer can be anywhere in the world and must have dependable Internet access with the ability to connect through Instagram. In addition to contributing to our online content, we will need the photographer to post at least 20 photos per month. This is a ground floor opportunity and we are offering a nominal monthly fee to start. ZO is growing steadily and it is our hope that everyone contributing to this new forum will increase in visibility as well as monetarily as we continue to grow.
Our Magazine connects with a lot of its creative contributors through the online creative exposés that it orchestrates. If you are interested in this position, please submit to our online Photo Expo through the buttons above. We will select a photographer from among those entering. (Photographers retain copyright to all of their work and we also very actively promote the work of those we feature.)