July 14, 2022
National Press Club members are master storytellers in visual images as well as words. The Club's Photography Team is seeking members' best visual stories, as print photos and electronic images, for display in the main NPC lobby for the month of September. Entries will be accepted beginning Monday, Aug. 1.
This 23rd annual photography show is an exhibit, not a contest. No judges review your entries, nor are prizes awarded.
The Photo Team wants those print photos and electronic images you consider special, either related to your work or taken on your own. As journalists and communicators, you recognize photos or images that capture important moments, people, or events, or show feelings or perspectives not often found in everyday photos.
You can enter up to four electronic images and two print photos, using the same images for prints or electronic display if you wish. Photos and images must be taken by NPC members and not displayed in previous NPC Photo Team annual exhibits.
The exhibit displays member print photos and electronic images from Thursday, Sept. 1 to Friday, Sept. 30 in the Club's main 13th floor lobby. Print photos are mounted on fabric panels, while electronic images are shown in continuous slide shows on four monitors. Plus, an online exhibit catalog tells about each photographer and describes the stories behind the photos and images. See the 2021 exhibit catalog for examples and inspiration for this year's show.
Submission guidelines are now available online that give full instructions, specifications and deadlines. Entries will be accepted online for both print photos and electronic images from Monday, Aug. 1 to Saturday, Aug. 13. Print photos may be sent or delivered to the Club beginning Aug. 1 until Friday, Aug. 12.
Questions? Contact Photo Team co-chair Alan Kotok at firstname.lastname@example.org