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Copyright Policy

Each photographer retains copyright to their submitted images. Photographers whose submissions are chosen for the exhibition grant Dallas Center for Photography (DCP) the non-exclusive right to display the images on DCP’s website and social media platforms as well as to promote DCP’s exhibitions, programs, and in promotional and fundraising materials.

Image Usage Rights

Photographer grants DCP the non-exclusive right to reproduce any photo(s) chosen for the exhibition in a printed catalog in book form that will be available for sale through an online publisher. All proceeds from the book will benefit DCP’s educational programming. The choice of whether to publish an exhibition catalog is in the sole discretion of DCP. Application and payment to this competition will constitute an agreement to all these terms and conditions. Artists grant the use of their image(s) as stated without further contact from DCP.

Call to photographers

We are always moving in our daily lives. Whether we are driving, dancing, walking, exercising. Captureing movement with a photograph can reflect a myriad of stories that tell of new beginnings, pure enjoyment, restlessness, chaos, and the simplicity of just being. Whether you capture the idea of movement, the anticipation before the action, or the blur of the moment, DCP invites you to submit images that uniquely embody the art of motion.

This call for entry welcomes submissions from all levels of photographers. Selections will be featured in an exhibition in the DCP Gallery in January 2022.

This competition is not open to former or current DCP employees, instructors, board members, corporate sponsors and partner companies, or their immediate families.

IMPORTANT DATES

November 11 – Call for entry opens
December 14 – Call closes
Week of December 27 – Selections and winners announced
January 2022 (Dates TBD) – Delivery of framed artwork and in-person gallery reception at DCP


SUBMISSION RULES AND DETAILS

  • Everyone of all ages, from amateur and professional, is eligible to participate in this juried competition.
  • All images will be submitted through Smarter Entry.
  • Our judge will be looking for images that embody the art of movement and captures motion or the idea of motion in a unique way.
  • Each applicant may submit up to 10 images for consideration.
  • There are no restrictions on the type of camera or process used.
  • All images must be original works of the photographer.

ENTRY FEES

  • General Entry: $35 initial entry fee allows you to submit 1-3 images. Up to 7 additional images can be submitted for $5 per image. Entrants can submit a maximum of 10 images.
  • DCP members receive a 20% discount on the initial entry fee with a promo code: $28.80 for 1-3 images. Up to 7 additional images can be submitted for $5 per image. The promo code can be found when you log into your member account. Not a DCP member? Join now!

JUROR

The science and art of photography have been woven into Nimi Natan‘s life. At age 11, an uncle in Tel Aviv gifted him a Kodak Instamatic camera which led to working in the darkroom. He got a nicer camera for his bar mitzvah which launched Nimi into a growing obsession with the craft. He worked as a photography assistant in college and later received an MS in Imaging Science which led to his first career as a film scientist at Polaroid. He also completed the Management of Innovation Executive Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

A change in direction found him at Wharton School, where he earned an MBA which led to him managing numerous banks and investment firms. Nimi has served on numerous boards of directors and advisory councils and continues to mentor several startups. He is a frequent speaker at finance conferences.

His photography today focuses on oceanscapes and photography of the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Nimi became a self-described “surf photographer” and has been published in various surf blogs and magazines. He has attended workshops and events at DCP and is a strong believer in the impact the arts can have in education and the importance of photography to capture beauty, adventure and to share stories.

Nimi is currently the President and CEO of Gulf Coast Small Business Lending, a Dallas-based direct national lender to small businesses. Mr. Natan founded the specialty-finance platform in 2013 and grew it to become one of the country’s largest SBA lenders before being acquired by Gulf Coast Bank & Trust in 2017.

 

 

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