BergHind Joseph International Photographic Competition
The second International Photographic Competition supported by BergHind Joseph is now open for entries. This year the competition will again be asking for images on the theme of leadership, but with a specific twist to reflect the world we live in. The three categories are Leadership in a time of change and uncertainty, Leadership through inspiration and Leadership and success.
The second International Photographic Competition supported by BergHind Joseph is now open for entries. This is the second year the competition has run, and has been launched on the back of a torrent of high quality entries last year which were judged by a prestigious judging panel including Margaret Clarke, Picture Editor of The Times2.
This year the competition will again be asking for images on the theme of leadership, but with a specific twist to reflect the world we live in. The three categories are:
• leadership in a time of change and uncertainty
• leadership through inspiration
• leadership and success
BergHind Joseph’s joint Director of Design Excellence, Smith Joseph, says, “We were overwhelmed by the response to our first competition last year – perhaps in this time of uncertainty, the idea of leadership has much greater appeal than ever before. This year, we’re looking for entries which stimulate conversation and debate about the meaning of leadership and how it has an impact on our daily lives. We’re hoping that entrants will use their creative thinking to illustrate how leadership can make a difference, influence others and inspire change in business, in politics, at home, within our close-knit groups, in sports and within the school playground.”
Further details and entry requirements can be found at:
Once again, BergHind Joseph is supporting The Artists Bill of Rights Campaign, ensuring that the competition’s terms and conditions are in accordance with the Campaign’s aims. The Artists’ Bill of Rights campaign promotes the adoption of a set of ethical standards for competitions and appeals to which creative works are submitted, for example, photographs, music, film, illustrations, graphic design and literary pieces such as stories and poems. We focus on copyright issues and how they affect everyone who enjoys creative pursuits.