mpa, mobile photo awards, iphoneography

The third annual MPAs — The Mobile Photo Awards — is accepting submissions now through December 3, 2013. The MPAs are one of the largest and most high-profile brick-and-mortar exhibitions of its kind.

Keep reading for more info and for a link to enter your images.

There are some new categories in this year’s MPAs. All told, there are 20 categories this year including Architecture & Design, Digital Fine Art/Illustration, Landscapes, Macro/Details by Olloclip, Photo Journalism, and Black and White.

There’s an impressive panel of jurists this year, including iPhoneographer/MPA Founder Daniel Berman, photojornalist Ed Kashi, Bob Weil, Nicki FitzGerald, Melissa Vincent, Sarah Jarrett, Star Rush, Dan Marcolina, Nathanial Park, Andy Royston, Robert-Paul Jansen, myself, and many other high-profile artists, photographers, and journalists.

To enter or for more information, visit The MPAs website.

Here’s the short presser from the MPAs, announcing this year’s call for entries:

It is with great anticipation and excitement that we announce the opening of the submission period for the 3rd annual Mobile Photography Awards. The MPA is an international open call for photographs and images created on mobile devices (phone and tablet). The Mobile Photography Awards are open for entry to photographers and artists worldwide.

The MPA offers artists opportunities for exhibits, open gallery calls, fine art sales, and annual cash and prizes of more than $15,000. Grand Prize winners receive $3000. Over the course of three years, the Mobile Photography Awards has become the world’s largest annual event & competition of it’s kind.

“With the MPA…phone photos reach fine art proportions”
San Francisco Guardian

For each of the 20 photo categories in the MPA we encourage entries from all genres and styles of mobile photography: from straight photography to the more painterly and illustrative.