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2020 Coronavirus
Photo Contest
2020 Coronavirus
Photo Contest
Share your Corona photo to the
world and be part of history!

Share your Corona photo to the
world and be part of history!

Open to everybody who likes photography 
Open to everybody who likes photography 
In these extreme times we have been witness to a boom in creativity. We see the most amazing photos on social media and would like to show and honor people all over the world who are coping with their problems in special ways. 
THIS CONTEST IS OPEN TO THE WORLD. 

EVERYONE CAN PARTICIPATE.
SURPRISE OUR WORLD-CLASS JURY WITH YOUR PHOTOS.

CATEGORIES
Best Corona Photo
All photos you share automatically qualify for this category


My Hero Photo
Apart from saving lives, many doctors and other medical personnel surprised their patients with incredible acts of kindness. This category is for them. 
My Indoor Daily Life
Millions of people in lockdown, what happened in their daily life? New ways of cooking, doing sports, dressing up pets or just missing going out? What else?
My Mask Portrait
The new reality for almost all people is the new dresscode: wearing a mask. We have seen many crazy and beautiful examples. What did you see?
My Outdoor Daily Life
Photographers who were able to go outside saw incredible things. Our daily life changed wherever we go. Who can surprise our jury with the most?
My Love Photo 
Missing someone? Really got to know someone? Broken heart? Tears? Happiness? How have you managed your love life in the age of Coronavirus?
My Kid at Home
Schools closed! Classes online. Parents have to help out and kids have to be patient with their parents. Or is it the other way around? How did you handle it? 
My Empty City
Cities in lockdown are a nightmare to all people, but sometimes a dream for photographers.
My Sad Truth
With the deepest respect for all who suffered and keep suffering from the Corona Virus.
My (street)
Art  Photo

Your pets loved the Coronavirus with you being around all the time… but they also suffered a bit from your creativity and boredom.
CATEGORIES
Best Corona Photo
All photos you share automatically qualify for this category
My Hero Photo
Apart from saving lives, many doctors and other medical personnel surprised their patients with incredible acts of kindness. This category is for them. 
My Indoor Daily Life
Millions of people in lockdown, what happened in their daily life? New ways of cooking, doing sports, dressing up pets or just missing going out? What else?
My Mask Portrait
The new reality for almost all people is the new dresscode: wearing a mask. We have seen many crazy and beautiful examples. What did you see?
My Outdoor Daily Life
Photographers who were able to go outside saw incredible things. Our daily life changed wherever we go. Who can surprise our jury with the most?
My Love Photo 

Missing someone? Really got to know someone? Broken heart? Tears? Happiness? How have you managed your love life in the age of Coronavirus?

My Kid at Home

Schools closed! Classes online. Parents have to help out and kids have to be patient with their parents. Or is it the other way around? How did you handle it? 
My Empty City

Cities in lockdown are a nightmare to all people, but sometimes a dream for photographers.
My Sad Truth

With the deepest respect for all who suffered and keep suffering from the Corona Virus.

My (street)
Art Photo

This category is for the most creative street art you found. But it is also for any artistic photo.
jury members
jury members
Frank Masi
(USA)
Masi has been the stills photographer for over +50 films starting in 1997 with Bruce Willis in Armageddon, Unbreakable, Live Free or Die Hard, and A Good Day to Die Hard. Most recently, he worked with The Rock on the Jumanji productions.  
Krystle Wright
(Australia)
National Geographic lists Krystle as one of the leading adventure photographers. She has photographed skiers gliding down the Barnard Glacier in Alaska, kite surfers catching wind on the Great Barrier Reef, and paragliders soaring over the Himalayas.
Erik Refner
(Denmark)
Erik Refner is one of the worlds most recognized photojournalists. He has received numerous professional honors, including 5 prizes at World Press Photo - amongst them, the “OSCAR” of Photojournalism, World Press Photo of the Year 2002.
Chin We
(Nigeria)
She was featured on CNN as one of the leading African heroine women photographers. Her photography explores themes of identity, representation, heritage, culture and the african diaspora. 


Vicky Roy
(India)
Vicky Roy was a runaway homeless kid, who has gone from surviving in a railway station on food scrounged from a train to an award-winning career in photography. 
Forbes 30 under 30 photographer. 

Tim Flach
(UK)

Bringing to life the complexity of the animal kingdom, his work ranges widely across species, united by a distinctive style that reflects an interest in how people can be better connected to the natural world.
Nicky Woo
(USA)
Her work has explored Swahili sex workers, garbage pickers, climate change and female seaweed farmers, and drug trafficking in Zanzibar, as well as portraits, fashion, art, and more.
 

Akiko Ida
(Japan)

Her work has appeared in magazines and cookbooks all over the world. Akiko and her husband, Pierre Javelle (who will assist Akiko as a judge), have created a miniature world of gourmandize: The Minimiam. 
Cristian Dimitrius
(Brazil)
On land or underwater, from ants to whales, Cristian’s innovative cinematography and unorthodox camera techniques are helping to revolutionize the way people see and perceive wildlife.  

Jill Greenberg
(USA)
Jill Greenberg is a New York based multi award winning photographer known for her portraits -including that of many celebreties- and fine art work. 


Participate
Participate
Our vision and Exhibition
Our vision and Exhibition
This is a nonprofit organization.
We can´t change history, only show it.
We invite the world to share those moments.
Not to celebrate or cherish them, but to remember and document for generations to come.
How we were, what we saw. Share your photos with us.
An exhibition with the one hundred best Corona photos will travel over the world.

Head of jury:
Jill Greenberg
(USA)
Photographer and Pop Artist
Head of jury:
Chin We
(Nigeria)

Photo Artist / Curator / Dance Artist.

Head of jury:
Krystle Wright
(Australia)

World leading adventure photographer.
Head of jury:
Nicky Woo

(USA)
Top Documentary Photographer.
Head of jury:
Tim Flach
(Uk)

British wildlife photographer who creates animal portraits
Head of jury:
Erik Refner
(Denmark)

World Press Photo Winner 2002
Head of jury: 
Frank Masi
(USA)

Hollywood Award Winning 
Photographer

Head of jury: 
Akiko Ida
(Japan)

Born in Japan, and famous food photographer based in Paris.
Head of jury:
Vicki Roy
(India)

From New Delhi street child to acclaimed photographer.
Head of jury:
Cristian Dimitrius
(Brazil)

Emmy Award Winning
Wildlife photographer