The Museum of Photographic Arts and ViewBug Showcase Photojournalism Art
The Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA), one of the leading museums in the United States devoted exclusively to photography, film and video, and ViewBug, the number one online photo contest community have partnered to run a Photojournalism Photo Contest.
The photo contest is about exploring the art of photojournalism which shows us a world most people would never get to see. From war-torn countries to championship sports, these images convey some of the most inspiring moments as well as some of the most heartbreaking. The Museum of Photographic Arts, hosted the Pictures of the Year International exhibition, which celebrated the power of these images and the people who create them.
The contest offers a Grand Prize Winner and a People's Choice Winner, each will receive an exposure bundle including a feature in the MOPA's blog. The contest judge is Danny Cappiello, MOPA's marketing & communications manager.
"We are excited to collaborate with MOPA, one of the most prestigious art museums," commented Ori Guttin, co-founder of ViewBug. "and to provide this awesome opportunity to photographers."
The mission of the Museum of Photographic Arts is to inspire, educate and engage the broadest possible audience through the presentation, collection, and preservation of photography, film, and video. My City, Your City, the upcoming student exhibition at the Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA), is worth some attention. Opening on October 19th, My City, Your City showcases not only the talent of San Diego's youth, but also their unique view on our hometown.
ViewBug is an online photo contest community with the World's best photo contests. Photographers can participate in photo contests with the coolest brands and awesomest judges, gain recognition and exposure. New opportunities to win are announced every week. ViewBug gives everyone an opportunity to be discovered. Unlike other photography competitions, ViewBug makes the photography contests fun and social by offering the voting process via a Photo Trifecta proprietary algorithm. A fast-growing company, ViewBug is based in San Diego with business development partners in San Francisco.