is open to all photographers and will be juried by an accomplished panel of professionals.
The top 10 winning images with BIO clips as well as 25 honorable mention images
will be showcased on womeninphotography.org.
WIPI 2008 welcomes images
taken with any type of digital or film camera.
photography including mixed media accepted. Color, B/W, alternative or any
digital photo image, manipulated, scanned film or scanned prints and submitted
as a JPEG file, no date restriction, ALL subject matter accepted.
the greatest joy to the deepest sadness, from the young and fragile to abstract
inventions, show us your best work.
photographers will have ALL of the images they "submitted" posted in
the final exhibition to accompany their winning image.
your favorite photos - See GUIDELINES below
WIPI continues to honor women photographers worldwide with an online presence
through competitions, galleries, feature stories and our Hire-a-WIPI Pro directory.
WIPI Competition winners have received recognition in the arts through exposure
at womeninphotography.org. The WIPI archive is a key reference for collectors
and researchers and curators. Our past jurors have opened the doors to future
opportunities for photographers seen on the Women In Photography International
Founded in 1981, Women In Photography International
(WIPI) has progressed over the years to become one of the most recognized
organizations for women photographers worldwide.
The annual Distinguished
Photographer's Award started in 1985 as a tribute to photographers of excellence
and achievement. WIPI recently paid homage to photographers Annie Leibovitz (2003)
and Sylvia Plachy (2004) at the Lucie Awards, in NYC. and in 2005, one of WIPI's
founding members, photographer Carrie Mae Weems received our award. Former
recipients include: Eve Arnold, Linda McCartney, Marion Post Wolcott, Ruth Orkin,
Mary Ellen Mark, Grace Robertson, Judy Dater, Ruth Bernhard, Bereniece Abbott
and Joyce Tenneson. WIPI
Women In Photography International is a 501.(c).3. Organization.
The online resource center is comprised of the WIPI history beginning 1981, the
Peter E. Palmquist Women In Photography International bibliography of over 23,000
women photographers, an archive of exhibitions, member links, the f2-eZine that
includes feature stories, member lecture listings, book reviews, world resources
and the newly created Member Network Board for member posting and public viewing.