PhotoShoot Awards is a series of online photography competitions that captures emotion in images based on themes which are thought to provoke and which convey contemporary perceptions of current world issues. The competitions focus on several different themes showcasing categories of photographs which rarely receive the attention or interest they deserve. The nude portraits selected by PhotoShoot Awards are neither obscene, nor pornographic, nor violent. The photographs will focus primarily on emotion, beauty and a sense of freedom, though the portraits may also be provocative, amusing, natural, sophisticated, sensual, erotic, unexpected, classical, innocent or audacious.
RAWART Glamour and Fine Art Nude Competition until 1 April 2020
NUDE Magazine - Photo Contest
In general, there are no restrictions on the nature of the artwork submitted to this competition. Artists and photographers, worldwide, are encouraged to submit their best work in any of the accepted mediums. The work can range from realism to surrealism to abstraction and all artists and photographers over the age of 18, regardless of location or experience, are encouraged to submit their best representational and non-representational art and photography. Artists will receive extensive worldwide marketing and promotion to make the art world aware of them and their work. Fusion Art does not claim ownership of the artwork you submit for consideration. All images attached to this website are the property of the respective artist and the artist retains the sole copyright and all other applicable rights to said images.
Photoshoot Awards – NUDE 2017
Theme: The 21st Century Nude in Photography re:nude sources the twenty-first century human body. A body in question, in transition, peril. This exploration of face value is splintered by reference, scrutiny, wonderment and varying abilities. Norris is a critically lauded multidisciplinary artist, independent curator and writer living in the Northwest. His own work has been shown internationally and is included in several public and private collections.
The fine art nude has been a celebrated subject of photography since the beginning and has played an important role in establishing photography as a fine art medium. Early on, both in history and most photographers experience, the nude has been featured in a classical pose and setting, maturing to illustrating the human body as a sculptural abstraction, and with some pushing boundaries. This year we are celebrating the natural nude- the figure in the environment, whether natural or man made.