NYC Photo Walk Photography Competition:
Planning on attending the Guided NYC Photo Walk? Make sure you charge your camera! After the festival we will be accepting submissions for our new NYC Photography Competition. Stroll the famous Washington Square Park and snap photos of iconic landmarks, historical architecture, interesting people and the memorable New York City experience. Remember to get creative! Bring your friends and have a photo shoot, experiment with interesting angles and utilize your surroundings to create mind blowing imagery!
Scroll down to see the winning photograph!
Rules and Guidelines:
Send us your best shots from the Guided Photo Walk (max of 10 photos)
All of the photographs submitted must have been taken during the Guided Photo Walk at the 2018 Festival on Friday, October 5th.
All of the photographs submitted must be of the Washington Square Park, subjects in Washington Square Park or photographs taken during the walk to the Opening Night Venue, Galvanize.
Submission dates and deadlines are posted below.
By submitting an Entry, you hereby grant to the Festival the right to use your Entry for promotional reasons (social media, website, etc.). For more in depth rules about submitted entries please view our submission rules page.
The winning photographer will receive a 1 Hour Skype session with a professional photographer (TBA) and a photo prize package worth $250!
2018 NYC Photo Walk Winning Photograph
"Project Ripple (2/10)"
by Lucienne Nghiem
“Project Ripple (2/10) was to showcase the creativity of beautiful individuals on the streets of New York. Taken during the Washington Square Park Photo Walk, I asked strangers if they would be okay with me taking their photograph. With working with people I have never met, those who have never before been given the opportunity to model, and folks based from all around the world, we put our creative minds together in order to create stunning images.
The series title, Ripple, symbolizes the ripple effect that creativity has on individuals. When one starts it, like a droplet falling into the great abyss, the possibilities are absolutely and truly endless. The All American Film Festival opened me up to those endless possibilities and put a ripple in my eyes which is why the title means so much to me.”