Terms and conditions / FAQ
You will find the additional terms and conditions of the „Children Peace Image of the Year“ at the bottom of the page.
Here you will find answers for frequently asked questions about conditions, technical issues, copyright, fees …
The Global Peace Photo Award is awarded by Edition Lammerhuber in partnership with Photographische Gesellschaft, (PHG), UNESCO, the Austrian Parliament, the Austrian Parliamentary Reporting Association, the International Press Institute (IPI) and the World Press Photo Foundation.
Edition Lammerhuber is an Austrian publisher, based in Baden near Vienna, dedicated to photography and to the interpretation of science and art.
The Photographische Gesellschaft, (PHG) is the longest-standing photographic society in the German-speaking countries and the second-oldest in the world.
It was founded on 22 March 1861 by Anton Georg Martin at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna.
The Global Peace Photo Award is open to all photographers from anywhere in the world.
You upload digital files via the submission page.
Digital submissions must be saved as .jpg, with more than 3000 pixels on the longest side. Images must not include any embedded marks, logos, names or borders.
Photographs that are part of a reportage on a topic must not be manipulated in a way that changes the meaning of the picture. For other entries, we accept digitally edited images and photo montages if they serve to explore a theme creatively. All digitally edited images must make clear what has been done to them in the captions that accompany the images.
No, there is no entry fee!
Yes, you may enter several photographs as individual submissions without an overall theme. Or you can submit up to 20 photographs as one story.
More than five photographs that share a theme or concept and title. Your work will be judged as a whole, not as individual photographic entries.
No, you may submit as many entries as you wish.
Yes, the photographs must not be older than three years at the time when the call for entry opens.
You upload your entry as a .jpg file or files. You can make changes to your entries or delete them at any time prior to the deadline. You need to finalise and submit your entry before the entry deadline.
For each submission (single image or story) you must have a caption in English, maximum length 2000 characters.
You can order your images in your image overview.
By taking part in the photo competition, you confirm that you are the originator and the copyright holder of the submitted photographs and that the individuals shown in the photos have given consent for a public presentation. The photographer always retains the copyright of his/her image. The partners of the Global Peace Photo Award (see below) have the right to use your submitted images for marketing and promotional activities directly related to the Global Peace Photo Award, without any remuneration being due. These activities include, but are not limited to publications, exhibitions, catalogues, and public screenings. For such usage the photographer will always be credited. This use of the photos by the organizer and the partners is non-exclusive and non-commercial. This means that the participant may continue to use the photos, and that the organizer or the partners does not pursue any commercial aims with the submitted photos. Please make sure you flag your images with your copyright in the metadata. Please note that if your entry wins or is shortlisted, your images will be published online, so please remove any confidential information from the metadata before you upload the images.
If chosen, the participant will be asked to supply high resolution image files. Additionally, by entering, each entrant grants to the partners of the Global Peace Photo Award the unrestricted right to use all statements made in connection with the Contest, and pictures or likenesses of Contest entrants at their sole discretion.
We accept entries to the Global Peace Photo Award until 31 May 2020, 23:59 CET.
For the Children’s Peace Image of the Year we accept entries until 31 May 2020, 23:59 CET.
The jury will judge the photographs on artistic merit, originality, subject and style.
We will notify award winners by phone or email right after the jury meeting on 10 July 2020.
Additional terms and conditions for the „Children Peace Image of the Year“.
By taking part in the photo competition, I/we confirm that my/our child is the originator of the submitted photographs and that the individuals shown in the photos have agreed to a public presentation. By taking part the participant and/or its legal representative grant the organizer the right to publicly present the submitted photos in connection with the photo competition. In using the photo(s) the organizer will name the participant and the competition. The right of use is unlimited in terms of time, space and medium.
Technical questions? Please contact picter support email@example.com. Any other questions? Please send your questions to contest (at) friedaward.com (in English or German). We will answer them as soon as possible.