The Budapest International Foto Awards (BIFA), sister competition of Moscow & Tokyo International Foto Awards, has announced the opening of its Third Annual Photography Competition, calling visionary photographers from around the world: professional, amateur and student, to share their unique perspectives on the world with the Hungarian and international creative circles.
Photographers will compete for international recognition as the first ”BIFA Photographer of the Year” and “BIFA Discovery of the Year”, receiving a $3,000 and $2,000 cash prize respectively, and having their work shown in Budapest at the annual BIFA exhibition later in the year. The category winners will each receive a $200 cash prize.
BIFA invites photographers from all corners of the globe to submit their outstanding works – the Regular Deadline of the competition is August 8th, 2021.
BIFA’s mission is to promote the work of professional and emerging international photographers to the fast-growing artistic community of Budapest and across the world, putting them in the spotlight and providing them with a great platform to showcase their work.
The full list of 1st and 2nd place Category Winners, and Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners in each of the competition’s categories, and Honorable Mentions from across both professional and amateur entries can be viewed on the BIFA website Winners Page.
Budapest International Foto Awards (BIFA) connects professional, amateur and student photographers from around the world with the creative community in Budapest, Hungary, putting them in the spotlight and providing them with a great platform to showcase their work. BIFA is managed by Farmani Group, International Awards Inc.
Farmani Group is a leading organization curating and promoting photography, design and architecture across the globe since 1985. The company’s key mission is to discover and promote talent in these areas through competitions, awards, exhibitions, developing artist communities, providing networking opportunities and education.