Youth Photography Showcase 2022 Open Through Feb. 24

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

In order to get young people involved in photography, the Photographic Society of Chattanooga annually sponsors the Youth Photography Showcase for students ages 14 through 19 and attending high school or its equivalent. The goal is to highlight outstanding photographs from high school age students from public, private and home schools. as well as youth groups. This is an excellent opportunity for students to share their work across all boundaries and receive recognition for their efforts.

The 2022 Youth Photography Showcase (in its 16th year) opened on Tuesday and will close on Feb. 24. This year, only digital images may be entered in Chattanooga area – no prints. There is no entry fee.

There are six categories: 
1. Architecture (1) 
2. People/Animals (1)
3. Scapes (1)
4. Photojournalism (1) 
5. Color Photographer's Choice or Creative (2)
6. Monochrome Photographer's Choice or Creative (2)

Go to the PSC website: https://chattanoogaphoto.org/contests/youth-photography/ for the details, such as required sizing information and the submission form. 

There will be a cash prize for the Best of Show and ribbons for HM, third, second and first places in each category. Certificates will be given for images selected to be sent to the Photographic Society of America for competition there.

If you want more information, contact the YPS Chairperson at youthcontest@chattanoogaphoto.org.



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