Frequently Asked Questions:
--Q: Who can participate in the open call?
A: Everybody who has an interesting photographic point of view on Street Photography can take part.
--Q: How many pictures can I submit?
A: Minimum: 1 image. Maximum: 10 images.
--Q: Can the photos be landscape and portrait format?
A: You can submit both landscape and portrait formats. A guideline how you create your images for the submission you can find here
--Q: Should the 10 images be a series?
A: The 10 pictures should be a good sequence. In the exhibition they will be shown one after another. So its better to submit 10 pictures which fit together rather than a random "best of" your work.
--Q: Can I submit prints?
A: No, you can only upload images. You have to scan the prints.
--Q: Can I pay the participation fee without having a PayPal account?
A: If you want to participate and transfer the money with your bank account please write us an email: email@example.com
--Q: - Are there prizes or awards for the selected photographers?
A: There are no prizes or awards. Your work will be selected and shown in a prominent place in the heart of Berlin as public art intervention as a part in the official programm of the European Month of Photography EMOP.
--Q: When will I know that my work will be shown at StreetProjections?
A: At the end of August 2020 you will be informed via email whether your work will be included in the project or not.
--Q: Will I be notified if I was NOT selected?
A: Yes everybody who submitted pictures will be informed whether he/she is selected or not.
--Q: Must the photos have to be taken in Berlin, Germany or Europe?
A: There is no restriction, the photos can be taken everywhere.
--Q: Can the photos be in black and white or in color?
A: There is no restriction, the photos can be in black and white or color.
--Q: May I submit work that has been shown already somewhere else (other exhibitions or websites)?
A: The work can have been shown somewhere else. It does not necessarily have to be brand new.
--Q: Are there age restrictions?
A: No, there are no age restrictions.