Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 1:39PM
Check out this call for entries from our friends over at PhotoPhilanthropy:
"Show us what's happening right before your eyes! Together with the mobile photography platform EyeEm and renowned photojournalist Ed Kashi we are looking for photos that address important social issues. The winning shot will be selected and presented at the PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards on March 8 in San Francisco.
What issues are right on your doorstep? Capture a social issue you care about and submit your mobile photos to Your Photo for Social Change by PhotoPhilanthropy on EyeEm.
Our distinguished Activist Awards jury, composed of renowned photographers and leaders in the field of human rights advocacy and photography, will choose the winning photo and announce the winner at the live-streamed PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards ceremony on March 8, 2014. In addition, the winner will get the chance to receive a personal photo essay critique by award-winning photographer Ed-Kashi. The winner and 20 runner-ups will also be featured on the blogs of PhotoPhilanthropy and EyeEm.
How to take part:
Download the app at www.eyeem.com. Then all you need to do is take a photo and tag it with Your Photo for Social Change by PhotoPhilanthropy. Your photo will be automatically added to the mission's album.
If you want to add a photo you've already uploaded, you can do so via the "Edit Photo" menu. Just go to your profile, view the photo and select "Edit Photo". From there you can add the tag Your Photo for Social Change by PhotoPhilanthropy.
Deadline: February 23, 2014
EyeEm is a photo sharing & discovery app for the photographer inside all of us. Founded in Berlin 2011 by a group of photo-enthusiasts, the free EyeEm application is available in the App Store and on Google Play in 20 languages. Visit www.eyeem.com to find out more."
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