New Author registration

Note: fields followed by an asteriks (*) are mandatory

Author details

Please indicate your gender here in order to participate in the award for best female author.
You can specify here your awards
The mailing address is used to send medals
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


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 : Summer time

The subject of the photo should be summer and the atmosphere it evokes. It may be taken anywhere: in the city or the countryside, at the seashore, in the mountains or on the beach…. The only thing that matters is that is should show what summer means to you.

Section D : Home sweet home

Your photo should show the comfort of home with curiosity, tenderness, even irony. You may choose to photograph indoors or outdoors, and the scene may or may not include people. How do you see home as a refuge, a meeting place, a shelter, a nest?

Section E : Minimalism

The minimalist movement arose in the early 1960s, in reaction to abstract expressionism and the figurativism of pop art. It espouses Bauhaus member Mies Van der Rohe’s statement that “less is more”, using extremely limited means. Thus, minimalist photos are objective, unambiguous, repetitive, and display a simple, elementary structure. There is nothing within the image to distract the viewer’s gaze. They show the ordinary in an extraordinary light.
Share with us your understanding of minimalism.