New Author registration


Author details

You can specify here your awards
The mailing address is used to send medals and to return print pictures
If you are a FPF member, please indicate your FPF member number. Otherwise, leave empty.
Please enter here the club participation number provided by your club referent if your participation is a club participation. Otherwise, leave empty.

Pictures submission

Notes

Picture title: It must be unique and must not contain 'sans titre' or 'untitled'. It is used to identify the picture and will not be used during the judgment.

Picture file: The image dimensions must not exceed 1920 pixels width and 1080 pixels height. Portrait images must not exceed 1080 pixels height. File size must not exceed 2MB.

You can submit up to 4 images per section. Leave the "title" and "file" fields empty to submit no picture.

Section A : Open theme, monochrome

See definition of “Open” Monochrome photography in the Salon Rules


Section B : Open theme, color

See definition of “Open” Color photography in the Salon Rules


Section C : Perspectives

Creating the illusion of a three-dimensional world with two-dimensional photos is no small challenge. You can use vanishing lines, high- or low-angle shots, scale variations as well as any natural or artificial means based on line geometry to give your images a sense of depth, dimension, and graphic impact.


Section D : Water

Water should be the subject or one of the main subjects of the image. Flowing, stagnant, unfurling water! The photographs can be taken in a natural environment that is either rural or urban. They could represent obvious spaces, such as the seaside, a river, a lake or a pond, or more unexpected scenes, such as a simple pool or even an aquarium. Water should be shown in its liquid form (no snow, no steam, no ice).


Section E : Festive Atmosphere

The image illustrates a ritual, a party, a celebration, a sports, cultural or social event and is dominated by jubilation or joy. It captures the excitement of a moment, the joyful dynamics of a group, the positive energy created and carried by a group. The image highlights an atmosphere, gaiety and cohesion shared by a community of individuals at a given moment. The presence of these individuals may be explicit or simply suggested. Images representing political events are not accepted.